Geography Trivia and Answers

Test your knowledge of the Earth’s political and physical boundaries by taking our Geography Trivia. This questionnaire is designed to appeal to both master and novice geographers. That is to say, students and geographers of all levels will find our quizzes both challenging and fun and in the process edify their knowledge of the world’s geography.

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In which U.S. state would you find Mount Rushmore?

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Answer: South Dakota
More information: Mount Rushmore is a massive sculpture carved into Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, it was completed in 1941.

Easy

What is the oldest city in the United States?

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Answer: Saint Augustine, Florida

Medium

Frankenmuth, a U.S. city nicknamed "Little Bavaria", is located in what state?

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Answer: Michigan
More information: Frankenmuth, Michigan is a German style town in Saginaw County. It is well known for its hotels and old style German buildings.

Easy

What country has the largest land mass?

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Answer: Russia
More information: Russia boarders European and Asian countries. Russia's landscape ranges from tundra and forests to subtropical beaches.

Easy

Which is the most abundant metal in the earth's crust?

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Answer: Aluminum
More information: Aluminum is 8% of Earth's weight, making it the third most abundant element on Earth (behind Silicon and Oxygen).

Medium

Which Spanish festival is featured in Ernest Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises?

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Answer: San Fermin - The annual fiesta takes place in Pamplona, Spain from July 6 to July 14.

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What cattle end-product was anmed Wisconsin's Unofficial State Muffin in 1989?

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Answer: Cow Chip - If you're not sure what a cow chip is, just please don't try to eat this "muffin."



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