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Can You Pass The World’s Hardest Geography Quiz?

Do you believe you can pass the world's hardest geography quiz with relative ease? Take these 12 questions and discover just how geography savvy you really are!
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How many states or countries in Europe only border one other state or country?
3
5
7

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What term is used to describe the single, unbroken land mass that Earth's continents were a part of 200 million years ago?
Pangea
Latvia
Crimea

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Which of these countries is famous for the free heat provided to residents' homes from geothermal energy?
Greenland
Iceland
Norway

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According to biblical evidence, Noah's Ark is thought to have landed on this mountain:
Mt. Everest
Mt. Fuji
Mt. Ararat

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What is the lowest known point on Earth?
The Grand Canyon
The Mariana Trench
The Continental Shelf

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What day of the year does the sun never set on the Antarctic Circle?
March 21st
October 5
December 22

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The Po River flows through what country?
Italy
China
Germany

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What state has the longest coastline?
Alaksa
Florida
Michigan

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What country is home to the world's deepest lake, Lake Baika?
Russia
South Africa
Australia

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How much of Australia receives so little rain that it's technically classified as desert?
10 percent
70 percent
35 percent

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How many islands does Japan consist of?
Hundreds
Thousands
Four

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How much of Japan's land is viable for agriculture?
65 percent
25 percent
15 percent

C+, Geography Flop

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're a bit of a geography flop! Okay, so geography isn't really your thing. While you didn't pass this quiz you still gave it your all. There's no failure in trying!

B+, Geography Grand

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are geography grand! Even though you missed a question or two on this quiz, you still proved your geography know how. From capitals and rivers to oceans and deserts, you know geography pretty well.

A+, Geography Ace

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a true geography ace! There's no ifs ands or buts about it, you know geography better than most. While some may confuse simple geographic features and prominent points, you know geography like the back of your own hand.
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1
How many states or countries in Europe only border one other state or country?
3
5
7
2
What term is used to describe the single, unbroken land mass that Earth's continents were a part of 200 million years ago?
Pangea
Latvia
Crimea
3
Which of these countries is famous for the free heat provided to residents' homes from geothermal energy?
Greenland
Iceland
Norway
4
According to biblical evidence, Noah's Ark is thought to have landed on this mountain:
Mt. Everest
Mt. Fuji
Mt. Ararat
5
What is the lowest known point on Earth?
The Grand Canyon
The Mariana Trench
The Continental Shelf
6
What day of the year does the sun never set on the Antarctic Circle?
March 21st
October 5
December 22
7
The Po River flows through what country?
Italy
China
Germany
8
What state has the longest coastline?
Alaksa
Florida
Michigan
9
What country is home to the world's deepest lake, Lake Baika?
Russia
South Africa
Australia
10
How much of Australia receives so little rain that it's technically classified as desert?
10 percent
70 percent
35 percent
11
How many islands does Japan consist of?
Hundreds
Thousands
Four
12
How much of Japan's land is viable for agriculture?
65 percent
25 percent
15 percent

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