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Geography Five

These 'Geography' quizzes are difficult and varied, a true test:
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Last updated: August 8, 2019
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1) Borobudur (pic), the world's largest Buddhist Temple, stands on which island?
Java
2) a: Name the 4 countries who's names start with 'TU' ?
Turkey
b:
Tunisia
c:
Turkmenistan
d:
Tuvalu
3) Which country shares a border with both Togo and Nigeria?
Benin
4) Which 'class' of rocks is an anagram of "emit camphor"?
Metamorphic
5) What is the capital of Botswana?
Gaborone
6) The 6th largest country in area is?
Australia
7) What sea between SPAIN and MOROCCO is part of the Mediterranean?
Alboran Sea
8) The Danube River flows through Vienna, Budapest, Belgrade and which other Capital City?
Bratislava
9) Which US State lies between Utah and Kansas?
Colorado
10) How many countries of the world does 'jetpunk' recognise?
196
11) Which mountain range stretches 430 kms, between Spain and France?
Pyrenees
12) Vilnius is the capital of which country?
Lithuania
13) If you travel due East from Cyprus, which country would you arrive at first?
Syria
14) Name the country with the most stars on it's flag?
USA
15) Magyar is the official language of which country?
Hungary
16) Which country has the Highest Average Elevation 3,186m (10,455 feet) ?
Tajikistan
17) What is the largest lake in area in the UK at 148 square miles (383 sq km)?
Lough Neagh N.I.
18) How many 'Island Countries' are part of Africa?
6
19) The Humboldt Current flows in which Ocean?
Pacific
20) Three countries are entirely surrounded (enclaved) by another, what are they? 1)
Vatican
2)
San Marino
3)
Lesotho
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