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Thursday, 18 January 2018

Easy Geography Game! Quiz

Quiz Answers Are Given Below The Post :-

Q 1. Let's start with a city that has played a huge part in the shaping of the continent we call Europe today. What city is this?



Options:-
Caracas
Vienna
Berlin
Budapest


Q 2. Now, you might know this big old rock by its colonial name of 'Ayers Rock', but it has a far more ancient name as given to it by its aboriginal custodians. Do you know what it is?



Options:-
Mudgee
Katoomba
Noosa
Uluru

Q 3. Rivers shape the very landscapes in which we live. When a river does this, what do we call it?



Options:-
Estuary
Rapid
Meander
Bend

Q 4. Many countries are looking to go carbon neutral in an effort to reduce the damaging effects of greenhouse gasses. Which of these technologies does not release greenhouse gasses whilst it generates energy?



Options:-
Offshore wind-farms
Solar panels
Fracking
Nuclear power plants

Q 5. Many people flock to this US state so to see the changing of the leaves in autumn. Do you know which it is?



Options:-
Michigan
New Jersey
Vermont
Ottawa

Q 6. In terms of water storage capacity, this is the world's biggest dam! In which country is it located?



Options:-
Russia
China
Canada
Zimbabwe

Q 7. 'Uncontacted tribes' are some of the few peoples who survive without any contact with the outside world. Which of these is not considered an 'uncontacted tribe'?



Options:-
Sentinelese, Indian Ocean
Mascho-Piro, Peru
Korubo, Brazil
Lacondon, Mexico

Q 8. You might recognize this glorious temple. But to which religion is it an important symbol?



Options:-
Hinduism
Buddhism
Sikhism
Jainism

Q 9. Some countries are doing more than others to protect their environment. Which of these countries does not feature in the top five for highest percentage of protected areas?



Options:-
Slovenia
Monaco
Venezuela
Greenland

Q 10. Take a look at this remarkable island. You'll find it off which peninsula?



Options:-
Korean
Italian
Indian
Malaysian

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