• 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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