• The Champs-Élysées is a famous part of which European City?

    Paris

  • Which Australian region reaches farthest north on the mainland?

    Queensland

  • Finland shares a border to the east with which European country?

    Russia

  • Splash, sheet, then rill and gully are types of what geological process?

    Erosion

  • Route 101 is a road near which US coast?

    West

  • Which US city had the largest population in the 2010 census?

    New York City

  • What color is the background of the stars of the American flag?

    Blue

  • Which of these is not a climatic or atmospheric hazard?

    Lahar

  • Which of these is the name of a historic park?

    Minute Man

  • What is the capital of Nebraska?

    Lincoln

  • Michigan borders how many other states?

    3

  • John Lennon has an airport named after him in which English city?

    Liverpool

  • In the past, which great city was called Constantinople?

    Istanbul

  • If you were smashing plates to celebrate, what European country would you be in?

    Greece

  • Cream City' is a nickname referring to which city?

    Milwaukee

  • In which state is Lake Chaubunagungamaug?

    Massachusetts

  • Which of these countries has a population of less than 10 million people?

    Denmark

  • The San Juan National Forest in Colorado is home to which national monument?

    Chimmeny Rock

  • In which ocean are the Maldives located?

    Indian Ocean

  • The Kremlin and Red Square are in which Country?

    Russia

  • Approxmiately how many miles is New York to London?

    3400

  • Which country has lakes called Great Bear and Slave?

    Canada

  • Greenland is the worlds largest island by area, approximately how many square km is it?

    2.1 million

  • Which of these is the name of a National Forest in Ohio?

    Wayne

  • What is the predominant color on the flag of Zambia?

    Greenvo

  • Which of these is a European capital city?

    Madrid

  • How many US state names begin and end with a vowel?

    8

  • Of these, which is a major Welsh city?

    Cardiff

  • The Hawa Mahal is a landmark in which country?

    India

  • The Wallowa mountains are in which state?

    Oregon

  • Which of these rivers flows into the Bay of Bengal?

    Ganges

  • Which of these is a nickname of the state of Rhode Island?

    Ocean State

  • How many states does the Colorado River flow through?

    5

  • What major city is built on the Hudson River?

    New York City

  • O'hare is the name of an airport near which city?

    Chicago

  • Which of these South American countries stretches furthest south?

    Chile

  • Which of these is in Yellowstone National Park?

    OLd Faithful

  • The Kalahari desert lies mostly in which country?

    Botswana

  • Which of these Countries is smallest in terms of area?

    Montenegro

  • Rutile is the main ore of which metal?

    Titanium

  • Which of state is known as the [Birthplace of a Nation]?

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  • If you are Dutch, you are from which European country?

    Netherlands

  • Wich of these European countries has the highest population?

    United Kingdom

  • In which country might you expect to see women wearing kimonos?

    Japan

  • Which of this selection is a city in Oregon?

    Portland

  • The Nippon Budokan is a landmark in which country?

    Japan

  • What is the capital of the USA?

    Washington. D.C.

  • Sweden shares a border with which of these countries?

    Norway

  • What currency was formely used in Germany?

    Deutschmark

  • La Liga is a soccer league in which country?

    Spain

  • FC Barcelona are a soccer team that play in which country?

    Spain

  • Which of these is NOT a city in Texas?

    Hogwarts

  • Which of these countries is the biggest?

    France

  • The name of which country translates literally as 'Equator'?

    Ecuador

  • New York City is known as the city that never does what?

    Sleeps

  • Which of these is the name of a statue in New York?

    Statue of Liberty

  • Which of these states has the highest average temperature?

    Texas

  • Which of these squares is in Beijing?

    Tiananmen Square

  • Which of these was an iconic event in American history?

    Boston Tea Party

  • Winston Churchill was the leader of which country?

    UK

  • Which other country shares the island of New Guinea with Papua New Guinea?

    Indonesia

  • In which state would you find the tallest mountain in the USA?

    Alaska

  • Which of these cities is NOT in Scotland?

    Milan

  • From this selection of, states choose the noe that is the largest in terms of area.

    Arizona

  • Which of these is the state abbreviation for Arizona?

    AZ

  • What color are the letters on the [Hollywood Sign]?

    White

  • Which of these species of animals are native to USA?

    Alligators

  • If an area is described as arid, what is this referring to?

    Lack of water

  • Which of these European Airports serves the most passengers annually?

    London Heathrow

  • Which of these cities is in California?

    San Diego

  • What canal connects the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans?

    Panama Canal

  • The point to which a compass needle always points is known as what?

    North Magenetic Pole

  • The Arc de Triomphe is in which European city?

    Paris

  • Which of these rocks is hard and impermeable?

    Marble

  • Which of these states has the same name as a river?

    Missouri

  • Pompeii in Italy is an old city preserevd after what event?

    A Volcano Eruption

  • Which of these rivers is NOT on the African continent?

  • Libreville is the capital of which country?

    Gabon

  • Which of these is a city in Spain?

    Bilbao

  • Which city is often referred to as 'Jet City'?

    Seattle

  • Which state has the official nickname 'Tar Heel'?

    North Carolina

  • Through which of these countries does the Rhine flow?

    Switzerland

  • In which state are the New York Mountains?

    California

  • Star Tribune is a newspaper company in which state?

    Minnesota

  • Which of the countries produces the most coal?

    Canada

  • Idaho is home to which of these National Monuments?

    Hagerman Fossil Beds

  • What is the only capital city on South America's west coast?

    Lima

  • Of these cities, which one has the highest population?

    Nebraska

  • Daugherty Field Airport is in which state?

    California

  • How many US states have just four straight borders?

    2

  • What is the capital of Christmas Island?

    Flying Fish Cove

  • Which African country used to be called Dahomey?

    Benin

  • Which US state was previously known as Franklin?

    Tennessee

  • What is the capital of Missouri?

    Jefferson City

  • Which of these countries does NOT share a border with Kenya?

    Zambia

  • In which state would you find the Finger Lakes?

    New York

  • Banff National Park is in which country?

    Canada

  • Which state is the home to the oldest cattle ranch in America?

    New York

  • After Asia, which continent has the next highest mountain?

    South America

  • Which state has the oldest state capital in the USA?

    New Mexico

  • The Hermitage-Kazan Center can be found in which European country?

    Russia

  • The Forint is the currency in which European country?

    Hungary

  • Which "Mc" is an inlet of the Ross Sea in Antarctica?

    McMurdo Sound

  • James M. Cox is an airport near which city?

    Dayton

  • Which of these is the name of a town in West Virginia?

    Scary

  • What is the official language of the African country Liberia?

    English

  • Which river was explored by Mungo Park in the late 18th century?

    Niger

  • Lobamba is the capital of which African country?

    Swaziland

  • The Alps exist in how many countries?

    8

  • Which city is farthest west?

    Reno

  • Mount Williamson can be found in which state?

    California

  • Which European capital city borders 2 countries?

    Bratislava

  • What is the capital of Delaware?

    Dover

  • In which city is the European Parliament?

    Strasbourg

  • The Rhine flows through which of these countries?

    Luxembourg

  • Which animal appears on the Sri Lanka flag?

    Lion

  • Big Ben is the name of a volcano on which Australian island?

    Heard Island

  • Off which country is the Gulf of Carpenteria?

    Australia

  • What is the highest mountian in Maui?

    Haleakala

  • Savanes, Kara and Centrale are regions in which country?

    Togo

  • In which country is the westernmost point of Africa?

    Senegal

  • Frederic Chopin Airport serves which European city?

    Warsaw

  • How many states does the Brazos River run through?

    1

  • Which of these cities is NOT in the same state as the others?

    Seattle

  • In which state can one visit Mount Rushmore?

    South Dakota

  • What's the meaning of the name of the African Country Eritrea?

    Red

  • A statue of which president is outside the Ohio Statehouse?

    William McKinley

  • The [City of Truth or Consequences] is in which state?

    New Mexico

  • Of these, which is NOT a European capital city?

    Krakow

  • In which city is the European Parliment?

    Strasbourg

  • Which of the Great Lakes lies furthest west?

    Superior

  • Which is the largest of the Arab Emirates?

    Abu Dhabi

  • Which of these rivers is the longest?

    Arkansas River

  • Castle Clinton is a fort and was originally built in which part of New York City?

    Manhattan

  • Which of these is the name of a town in South Dakota?

    Tea

  • How many steps are there to the top of the Washington Monument?

    897

  • Kentucky shares a border with which of these states?

    Virginia

  • Nigeria is Africa's most populous country. Which is second?

    Ethiopia

  • In which direction does the Mexican city of Cancun look out to sea?

    East

  • Which of these countries does NOT border Thailand?

    Egypt

  • Of these cities, which has the highest Population?

    Palermo

  • Which is the second largest state in the USA?

    Texas

  • What is the capital of the Netherlands?

    Amsterdam