90+ Geography Trivia Questions & Answers (2023)

By January Nelson

Clay Banks

By January Nelson

Clay Banks

How well do you know your geography? Do you know all the United States capitals? Do you know what the world’s largest ocean is? Test your knowledge with these world geography trivia questions (and answers)! We’ve included some easy and hard questions for you geography, trivia, and travel lovers, all about the continents, the countries, the oceans, and everything in between.

Think you’re up for the challenge? Let’s see how many answers you get right…

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Geography Trivia Quiz Questions For Students

Let’s start off easy, with some fun trivia questions for the students. By adding some of these questions to the end of a world geography quiz or simply asking the students every day is a great way to test their knowledge. Some of these are better for kiddos first learning about the world, whereas others might be a bit more advanced.

Trivia Question: What is the capital city of Spain?
Answer: Madrid.

Trivia Question: What country is home to the tallest mountain in the world, Mount Everest?
Answer: Nepal.

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Trivia Question: After Alaska, which U.S. state has the longest coastline?
Answer: Florida.

Trivia Question: What country has the largest population in the world?
Answer: China.

Trivia Question: What are the 5 U.S. states that have a coastline on the Gulf of Mexico?
Answer: Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida

Trivia Question: What is the capital city of Australia?
Answer: Canberra.

Trivia Question: What is the only country that borders the United Kingdom?
Answer: Ireland.

Trivia Question: Where is the largest volcano on Earth located?
Answer: Hawaii.

Trivia Question: What is the name of the highest waterfall in the world?
Answer: Angel Falls, in Venezuela.

Trivia Question: What is the largest U.S. state?
Answer: Alaska.

Trivia Question: What does the “D.C.” stand for in Washington, D.C.?
Answer: District of Columbia

Trivia Question: What is the state capital of New York?
Answer: Albany.

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Geography Trivia Questions About North America

Trivia Question: What is the capital of the American state of Arizona?
Answer: Phoenix

Trivia Question: What is the only state in the United States that does not have a flag in a shape with 4 edges?
Answer: Ohio

Trivia Question: How many countries does the United States share a land border with?
Answer: 2

Trivia Question: In which city, is the Big Nickel located in Canada?Answer: Sudbury, Ontario

Trivia Question: What is the Capital of the United States?
Answer: Washington, D.C.

Trivia Question: What is the tallest mountain in Canada?
Answer: Mount Logan

Trivia Question: What is Canada’s largest island?
Answer: Baffin Island

Trivia Question: Where is Barbados?
Answer: In the Caribbean

Trivia Question: What year is on the flag of the US state Wisconsin?
Answer: 1848

Trivia Question: What is the capital city of the State of Washington, United States?
Answer: Olympia

Trivia Question: Which state is bordered by Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming?
Answer: Colorado.

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Geography Trivia Questions About South America and Africa

Trivia Question: Which of these African countries list “Spanish” as an official language?
Answer: Equatorial Guinea

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Trivia Question: What is the capital of Senegal?
Answer: Dakar

Trivia Question: In which South American country would you find the statue, Christ the Redeemer?
Answer: Brazil.

Trivia Question: Which of these countries is NOT located in Africa?
Answer: Suriname

Trivia Question: What African country has Portuguese as its official language?
Answer: Mozambique

Trivia Question: What is the name of the largest island in Africa?
Answer: Madagascar.

Trivia Question: What is the name of the smallest country in South America?
Answer: Suriname.

Trivia Question: The historical city Timbuktu is located in which West African country?
Answer: Mali

Trivia Question: Which African nation has the most pyramids?
Answer: Sudan. It has over 200 pyramids, more than twice that of Egypt.

Trivia Question: What is the longest river in South America?
Answer: Amazon.

Trivia Question: What is the southernmost city in Africa?
Answer: Cape Town.

Trivia Question: What is the only continent with land in all four hemispheres?
Answer: Africa is the only continent that is in all four hemispheres: north, south, west, and east.

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Geography Trivia Questions About Europe

Trivia Question: How many federal states does Germany have?
Answer: 16

Trivia Question: What is the largest non-continental island in the world?
Answer: Greenland

Trivia Question: Which country in the European Union has the biggest population?
Answer: Germany.

Trivia Question: The derisive acronym “PIIGS” refers to which of the following European countries and their economic statuses?
Answer: Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Spain

Trivia Question: What is the largest country in the world in terms of land area?
Answer: Russia

Trivia Question: How many time zones does China have?
Answer: 1

Trivia Question: What is the capital of Denmark?
Answer: Copenhagen

Trivia Question: What is the Polish city known to Germans as Danzig?
Answer: Gdańsk

Trivia Question: What is the smallest country in the world?
Answer: Vatican City

Trivia Question: What is the capital of Scotland?
Answer: Edinburgh

Trivia Question: Which country was NOT part of the Soviet Union?
Answer: Romania

Trivia Question: The following Spanish provinces are located in the northern area of Spain except:
Answer: Murcia

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Trivia Question: Which small country is located between the borders of France and Spain?
Answer: Andorra

Trivia Question: How many countries are inside the United Kingdom?
Answer: Four

Trivia Question: Where would you find the “Spanish Steps”?
Answer: Rome, Italy

Trivia Question: Which country has the abbreviation “CH”?
Answer: Switzerland

Trivia Question: How many timezones does Russia have?
Answer: 11

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Geography Trivia Questions About Asia, Australia, and Antarctica

Trivia Question: What is the capital city of New Zealand?
Answer: Wellington

Trivia Question: Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of which country?
Answer: Malaysia

Trivia Question: Is Antarctica sea surrounded by land or land surrounded by sea?
Answer: Land surrounded by sea.

Trivia Question: Which of the following is NOT a capital city?
Answer: Sydney

Trivia Question: How many countries border Kyrgyzstan?
Answer: 4

Trivia Question: The Grear Barrier Reef is off the coast of which Australian state?
Answer: Queensland

Trivia Question: What is western Asia’s longest river called?
Answer: Euphrates.

Trivia Question: What continent contains the most fresh water?
Answer: The ice sheet in Antarctica is the largest solid ice mass on the planet. The enormous frozen structure contains about 90 percent of all the fresh water on Earth.

Trivia Question: Mt. Fuji is the highest point in which Asian country?
Answer: Japan.

Trivia Question: In which hemisphere is Australia located?
Answer: Eastern.

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Hard Geography Trivia Questions

Trivia Question: Fucking is a village in which country?
Answer: Austria

Trivia Question: Which country was NOT formerly part of Yugoslavia?
Answer: Albania

Trivia Question: What is the Finnish word for “Finland”?
Answer: Suomi

Trivia Question: What are the two places that are the lowest and highest points in California, and also the lowest and highest points in the United States?
Answer: Death Valley and Mount Whitney (highest in the 48 states) are 80 miles apart.

Trivia Question: Denali is the highest mountain in which continent?
Answer: North America

Trivia Question: What are the native people of Antarctica called?
Answer: Nothing, there are no native people of Antarctica.

Trivia Question: What are the northern lights also known as?
Answer: Aurora Borealis

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Trivia Question: Which city is situated on two continents?
Answer: Istanbul (in Turkey) is located both on the Asian and European continent(s).

Trivia Question: Which of the following continents is intersected by the Equator?
Answer: South America, Africa and Asia. Although it does not pass through the mainland of Asia, it does run through Indonesia and the Maldives, which are part of the continent.

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Geography Trivia About Oceans, Rivers, and Lakes

Trivia Question: What are the names of the 5 oceans?
Answer: Pacific Ocean, Arctic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, and the Southern Ocean.

Trivia Question: Which river flows through Paris?
Answer: River Seine

Trivia Question: Where is the area commonly known as the Bermuda Triangle?
Answer: North Atlantic Ocean, between Florida and Puerto Rico

Trivia Question: Which river flows through the Grand Canyon?
Answer: Colorado River

Trivia Question: The Seychelles are located in which ocean?
Answer: The Indian

Trivia Question: Which ocean is Bermuda in?
Answer: Atlantic

Trivia Question: Which river separates Long Island from Manhattan and the mainland?
Answer: The East River

Trivia Question: What is the deepest point in the Earth’s oceans?
Answer: The Mariana Trench

Trivia Question: After the Nile and the Amazon, what is the third-longest river in the world?
Answer: Yangtze River

Trivia Question: What is the name of the coldest sea on Earth?
Answer: Arctic

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Geography Quiz: True or False

Trivia Question: Alaska is the largest state in the United States.
Answer: TRUE

Trivia Question: Japan has left-hand side traffic.
Answer: TRUE

Trivia Question: Switzerland has four national languages, English being one of them.
Answer: FALSE

Trivia Question: The Tropic of Cancer is located in the northern hemisphere.
Answer: TRUE

Trivia Question: Australia has 3 time zones.
Answer: TRUE

Trivia Question: Mexico is south of the Equator.
Answer: TRUE

Trivia Question: Shanghai is further north than Beijing.
Answer: FALSE

Trivia Question: New York state’s mammal is the Beaver.
Answer: TRUE

Trivia Question: The body of the Egyptian Sphinx was based on a lion.
Answer: TRUE

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What are some good geography trivia questions? ›

World Geography Trivia
  • What is Earth's largest continent? ...
  • Although it is called the "Second City," this city is most populous in the United States. ...
  • Which US state has the most active volcanoes? ...
  • Which country has the longest coastline in the world? ...
  • What is the largest country in South America?

What are the 5 geographical questions? ›

Geography General Knowledge Level 1 – Easy
  • Which is the tallest mountain in the world? ...
  • Which is the latitude that runs through the centre of the Earth? ...
  • What are the names of the 5 oceans of the world? ...
  • Which country has the highest population? ...
  • Which is the longest river in the world?
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What are some good history questions? ›

World History Trivia Questions
  • What woman discovered radium and polonium?
  • What was the name of Blackbeard / Edward Teach's ship?
  • In what year did the Battle of Hastings take place?
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina was part of what former European country?
  • Who was the first explorer to sail around the world?
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What are 10 facts about geography? ›

Here are some incredible, geographic facts about this planet we call Earth.
  • Continents shift at about the same rate as your fingernails grow.
  • Mt. ...
  • Ninety percent of Earth's population lives in the Northern Hemisphere.
  • 4. California has more people than all of Canada. ...
  • Australia is wider than the moon.
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What are the 2 essential questions of geography? ›

Geography 6.1 Why do people move? In what ways does access to resources affect the development of societies and communities? How does geography determine where people live?

What are the 7 types of geography? ›

Geography is divided into two main branches: human geography and physical geography.
Here are some example of disciplines in human geography:
  • cultural geography.
  • economic geography.
  • health geography.
  • historical geography.
  • political geography.
  • population geography.
  • rural geography.
  • social geography.
Apr 16, 2022

What are the 7 key concepts of geography? ›

Concepts. The Geography curriculum identifies the concepts of place, space, environment, interconnection, sustainability, scale and change, as integral to the development of geographical understanding.

What are the 4 W's of geography? ›

Who, What, Where, When, Why? Objective: To learn how to be a nosy Geographer. Task 1 - Look at this picture and complete the captions as part of the Nosy Geographers enquiry using the 5 W's above.

What are some interesting 21 questions? ›

21 Questions List
  • What's the weirdest dream you've ever had?
  • If you could travel to any year in a time machine, what year would you choose and why?
  • If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be?
  • What's one of the most fun childhood memories you have?
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What are the top 10 quiz questions? ›

General Knowledge Quiz 1
  • What is a group of crows called? ...
  • Compared to their body weight, what animal is the strongest - Dung Beetle, Elephant, Ant, Cow? ...
  • How many dots appear on a pair of dice? ...
  • Which is the only body part that is fully grown from birth? ...
  • What is acrophobia a fear of? ...
  • In what country was Elon Musk born?
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What's the weirdest fun fact? ›

49 Weird & Wonderful Facts Too Odd To Be True!
  • Water makes different sounds depending on its temperature! ...
  • McDonald's invented a sweet-tasting type of broccoli! ...
  • Rabbits can't be sick! ...
  • Humans are the only animals that blush! ...
  • The hashtag symbol has a fancy term! ...
  • Apple pie isn't American!
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What are the 5 C's of history? ›

In response, we developed an approach we call the "five C's of historical thinking." The concepts of change over time, causality, context, complexity, and contingency, we believe, together describe the shared foundations of our discipline.

What is the biggest unanswered question in history? ›

Here, Live Science takes a look at 14 of these historical questions that may never have definitive explanations.
  • Was there a real King Arthur? ...
  • Who was Jack the Ripper? ...
  • Where is Jimmy Hoffa? ...
  • Where is Cleopatra's tomb? ...
  • Who killed JFK? ...
  • Was Caesarion truly Caesar's son? ...
  • Is there a money pit on Oak Island?
Jul 29, 2022

What are some cool history facts? ›

26 History Facts That Will Shock and Amaze Your Students
  • Ketchup was once sold as a medicine. ...
  • Ice pops were accidentally invented by a kid! ...
  • Tug-of-war was once an Olympic sport. ...
  • Iceland has the world's oldest parliament. ...
  • Say “prunes” for the camera! ...
  • Dunce caps used to be signs of intelligence.
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What is a fun fact about geography? ›

The world is divided into four hemispheres based on the Equator and the Prime Meridian. While some continents fall into two hemispheres, Africa is the only continent that lies between all four.

Who said geography first? ›

'Geography' derives from the Greek γεωγραφία – geographia, literally "Earth-writing", that is, description or writing about the Earth. The first person to use the word geography was Eratosthenes (276–194 BC).

What are the 5 types of geography? ›

The five themes of geography are location, place, human-environment interaction, movement, and region. These were defined in 1984 by the National Council for Geographic Education and the Association of American Geographers to facilitate and organize the teaching of geography in the K-12 classroom.

What are the 3 tools of geography? ›

A geographer's tools include maps, globes, and data. A map's purpose is to show locations of places on the earth. Maps also show where places are in relation to other places around them. A globe is a three-dimensional representation of the earth.

What are the 3 core concepts of geography? ›

Space, place and scale are widely regarded as the fundamental overarching ideas that give the discipline its distinctive character and are considered by many geography educators as the three significant concepts that should be present in all units of geographical work.

Which of the 5 themes of geography is most important? ›

Movement – As humans, we move people, goods, and ideas across the planet at will. The theme of movement examines this and is one of the most essential parts of geographical exploration.

Who is the father of geography? ›

Eratosthenes, the ancient Greek scholar is called the 'father of geography. He was the first one to use the word geography and he also had a small-scale notion of the planet that helped him to determine the circumference of the earth.

What are the 12 geographical concepts? ›

Geographical concepts include location, place, scale, space, pattern, nature and society, networks, flows, regionalization, and globalization.

What are the 10 key concepts of geography? ›

In Geography the key concepts are place, space, environment, interconnection, sustainability, scale and change. They are integral in developing students' geographical thinking.

What are the three types of regions? ›

Geographers have identified three types of regions: formal, functional, and vernacular. A functional region is also called a nodal region because it is defined by a social or economic function that occurs between a node or focal point and the surrounding areas.

What are geography's three important questions? ›

The key geographic questions ask Where is it located? Why is it there? What is the significance of the location? As students pose additional questions, they seek responses that help to organize spatial understandings: What is this place like?

What are the 5 main branches of human geography? ›

Pages under the Human Geography guide include: Cultural geography; Economic geography; Feminist geography; Geopolitics; Migration studies; Political geography; Population studies; Travel & Tourism; and Urban geography.

What is a geography word that starts with Y? ›

Yield - the amount produced. In agriculture it is usually a measure of the tones of useable produce per unit area.

What does AC stand for in geography? ›

ACs – (Advanced Countries) Tend to be north of the equator apart from some countries in Oceania. Continents where ACs are common are North America and Europe.

What words start with V in geography? ›

The top 4 are: vastness, vexillology, vagaries and vocabulary.

What are the famous 36 questions? ›

The 36 questions
  • Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want as a dinner guest?
  • Would you like to be famous? ...
  • Before making a telephone call, do you ever rehearse what you are going to say? ...
  • What would constitute a “perfect” day for you?
  • When did you last sing to yourself?
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What are some juicy 21 questions? ›

Juicier Questions
  • How many people have you kissed?
  • Do you ever think about me?
  • What have you done sexually with someone else?
  • What attracts you to people?
  • What are your thoughts on sex?
  • Are you a virgin?
  • Do you think you're a good kisser?
  • What turns you on?
Jul 28, 2022

What are some deep juicy questions? ›

Juicy questions to ask friends
  • What's the last lie you told?
  • Who was your very first crush?
  • What's the best compliment you've ever received?
  • What do you consider your best physical feature?
  • What are the top three things that stress you out?
  • What are the top three ways you deal with stress?
Jul 28, 2022

What is the 21 questions game? ›

The purpose of the game is to ask someone (solo, or a member of a group) 21 questions, all of which must be answered honestly. Although it can be played with friends you've had for a while, it is usually best to choose someone you don't know as well, or someone you want to get to know on a deeper level.

What are the best questions for 20 Questions? ›

  • Have You Ever Dine And Dashed At A Restaurant? ...
  • Would You Rather Have Endless Money Or Endless Love? ...
  • Have You Ever Been In A Car Crash — And It Was Your Fault? ...
  • If You Could Star In A Movie, What Movie Would It Be? ...
  • What Is Your Most Frequently Used Emoji? ...
  • What Was The Last Thing You Stole Or Shoplifted?
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What are some good easy trivia questions? ›

Trivia Question: How many legs does a spider have? Trivia Question: What is the name of the toy cowboy in Toy Story? Trivia Question: What is the color of an emerald? Trivia Question: What is something you hit with a hammer?

What is rare but true? ›

Snails have been known to sleep up to three years if the weather isn't moist enough to meet their needs. Honeybees flap their wings 230 times every second. At birth, a panda cub is smaller than a mouse and weighs only four ounces. Horses and cows can sleep standing up, but they can only dream when lying down.

What is a fun fact of the day? ›

A shrimp's heart is in its head. It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky. The "sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick" is believed to be the toughest tongue twister in the English language. If you sneeze too hard, you could fracture a rib.

What are the 4 stages of history? ›

A.Brewer@bristol.ac.uk. According to Adam Smith, history is divided into four stages: '1st, the Age of Hunters; 2dly, the Age of Shepherds; 3dly, the Age of Agriculture; and 4thly, the Age of Commerce' (LJ(A) i. 27).

What are the six 6 different types of history *? ›

There are 6 types of history, and they are:
  • Political history.
  • Diplomatic history.
  • Cultural history.
  • Social history.
  • Economic history.
  • Intellectual history.

What are the six elements of history? ›

The six “historical thinking concepts” are: historical significance, primary source evidence, continuity and change, cause and consequence, historical perspectives and ethical dimensions. Together, these concepts form the basis of historical inquiry.

What is the hardest question in Earth? ›

So, what is truth? Philosophers have struggled with this question since the dawn of time, perhaps because it's the hardest question ever asked. The field of epistemology is the subdiscipline of philosophy that grapples it, along with the nature of knowledge itself.

Which is World toughest question? ›

6 Toughest/Hardest Questions in The World
  • Does true love exist? This is one of the most controversial and frequently asked life questions. ...
  • Is there life after death? ...
  • Should abortion be allowed? ...
  • What is the purpose of life? ...
  • Why is there hatred in the world? ...
  • Does he or she love me?
Aug 10, 2022

What are the 5 most interesting facts? ›

Interesting Unknown facts that you need to know
  • Hot water will turn into ice faster than cold water. ...
  • The Mona Lisa has no eyebrows. ...
  • The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue. ...
  • Ants take rest for around 8 Minutes in 12-hour period. ...
  • "I Am" is the shortest complete sentence in the English language.

What is the coolest fact about Earth? ›

Earth has never been perfectly round. The planet bulges around the equator by an extra 0.3 percent as a result of the fact that it rotates about its axis. Earth's diameter from North to South Pole is 12,714 kilometers (7,900 miles), while through the equator it is 12,756 kilometers (7,926 miles).

What are 3 questions geographers ask? ›

The key geographic questions ask Where is it located? Why is it there? What is the significance of the location? As students pose additional questions, they seek responses that help to organize spatial understandings: What is this place like?

What is an interesting geographical fact? ›

Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain, can fit inside the Marianas Trench, the deepest part of the ocean. Russia spans 11 time zones! Africa is the only continent that covers four hemispheres. Sudan has more ancient pyramids than Egypt.

Who is the father of geography *? ›

b. Eratosthenes - He was a Greek mathematician who had a profound interest in geography. He was the founder of Geography and holds the credit to calculate the circumference of the Earth. He also calculated the tilt axis of the Earth.

What are 10 interesting facts about the world? ›

Interesting World Facts Trivia You Should Know About
  • Snowfall in Sahara Desert. ...
  • Fastest Gust of Wind. ...
  • You Can't Buy Coca-Cola Here. ...
  • Sudan Has More Pyramids in the World Than any Other Country. ...
  • Do You Like Rainbows? ...
  • Go Further Than the Sky Rainbow!! ...
  • Whale Songs Help Mapping the Ocean Floor. ...
  • Flowers are Changing Colours.
Dec 7, 2022

What's a cool random fact? ›

The human heart creates enough pressure to squirt blood 30 feet (9 m). Diet Coke was only invented in 1982. There are more than 1,700 references to gems and precious stones in the King James translation of the Bible. When snakes are born with two heads, they fight each other for food.


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