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Geography Mega Word Chain Game
The last letter of each answer will give you the first letter of the next in this supersized, 110 question, geography quiz. Questions range from easy to hard, good luck!
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Last updated: July 27, 2017
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Unusual building in Brussels, built in 1958 for the Brussels World's Fair.
Australia's longest river.
Former European country that was formed in 1918.
Capital of Turkmenistan.
Famous site of ancient rock engravings in Namibia.
Three waterfalls that straddle the border between Canada and The USA.
The nation that competes in the test cricket series, 'The Ashes', against England.
This American state's capital is Little Rock.
The only Asian city state in the world.
The point on Earth which is closest to the Sun, located on Mt Chimborazo, can be found in this country.
The most populous city in the state of New Mexico.
Asian nation colonised by Portugal in the 16th century before later being occupied by Indonesia, it became an independent sovereign state on the 20th of May 2002.
Sits on the border between the USA and Mexico, and is the fourth largest river in the USA.
Capital of Scotland.
Nicknamed 'Pearl of the Orient', a former British colony.
Limestone statue of a mythical creature with the body of a lion and the head of a human.
Great Sphinx (of Giza)
Capital of the Shaanxi Province, starting point of the Silk Road, and home to the Terracotta Army.
City 160 km south of Baghdad, center of Shi‘ite political power in Iraq.
Winners of the 1998 soccer world cup.
Tropical wetlands located in southern Florida, also know as Pa-Hay-Okee. Known for its alligator population.
Man-made canal in Egypt connecting the Mediterranean to the Red Sea.
The Fourth longest river in Africa.
This country's national animal is the komodo dragon.
An Indian city on the banks of the river Yamuna, it is a major tourist destination due to its many Mughal-era buildings.
Country that lies west of the Caspian Sea, its capital is Baku.
Home of the Gurkhas.
Egyptian temple located in the site of the ancient Egyptian city, Thebes.
City and municipality in the State of Mexico, 15th most populous suburb in the world.
Landmark located in Rio de Janeiro, created by French sculptor Paul Landowski.
Christ the Redeemer
Capital and most populous city of Saudi Arabia.
Once a church, later a mosque, and now a famous museum located in Istanbul.
Belgian city which hosted the 1920 Summer Olympics, also known as the diamond capital of the world.
State in Northern India who's capital is Chandigarh.
The name of the great bell of the clock at the North end of the palace of Westminster, in London.
Country famous for its fjords, also has the most Winter Olympic medals at a count of 329.
The longest river in Asia.
New York landmark who's original purpose was to be a port for airships.
Empire State Building
American territory and the largest island in Micronesia.
Capital of Russia.
Capital of Poland.
The evergreen state.
Home of the basketball team 'The Knicks'.
Tallest mountain in Africa, located in Tanzania.
Capital of Norway.
Continent home to Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, etc.
Sea located between the mainlands of Greece and Turkey.
Capital of Mauritania.
Located in India, meaning 'crown of the palace', ___ Mahal.
Peninsula of Northern Europe, site of WWI naval battle between Britain and Germany.
Country found on the Horn of Africa, bordered by Ethiopia, Eritrea, and Somalia.
A human-made stone landmark used by the Inuit, particularly in Canada.
Former British colony, island nation in the central Pacific. Declared its independence from Britain in 1979.
Mesopotamia was comprised of Kuwait, eastern parts of Syria and Southeastern Turkey, as well as this country.
Country set to host the 2022 soccer world cup.
Capital of Morocco, meaning 'Fortified Place'.
Israel's second largest city and its financial hub.
Discovered in January 1958, this massif is located on the highest peak in Antarctica.
Scandinavian country that participated in the Winter War against the Soviet Union.
Its former official name was Mount Mckinley.
Regarded by Jews, Christians, and Muslims as the biblical Holy land, capital is Jerusalem.
South East Asian country that gained independence from France in 1953, capital is Vientiane.
Mountainous lake at the northern end of Kaghan Valley, Pakistan.
Highest mountain in Malaysia.
A sovereign state in Europe comprised of four constituent countries.
Musa Keita I was the tenth 'Mansa' of this country, and the richest person in history.*
Gandhi was a pivotal figure in the country's independence from British rule.
Turkish capital city.
Native name for the highest mountain in New Zealand.
Country that is home to the Blarney Castle.
During WWII, Operation Dynamo took place in this French commune.
European capital city that is bisected by the Dnieper River.
The longest river in Europe.
Two large rock temples in southern Egypt that were originally carved out of the mountainside during the reign of Pharaoh Ramesses II.
Abu Simbel (Temples)
City that is the seat of government of Bolivia, and is its third most populous city.
Southern Rhodesia was the predecessor to this modern day country.
Sea that lies between China, South Korea, and Japan.
East China (Sea)
The Buddhas of Bimayan were located in this country until their destruction in 2001.
European country who's most popular sports are soccer and field hockey, famous for its red light district.
'Sea' that is a region of the North Atlantic Ocean, unlike all other regions called seas, it has no land boundaries.
Major river in Western Siberia, the world's seventh longest river.
Famous monument in Berlin, built on the orders of Prussian king, Frederick William II in 1791.
City in Algeria known as the 'City of a Thousand Domes'.
Country located on the eastern half of Hispaniola.
Roman oval amphitheatre used for gladiatorial contests among other public spectacles.
Incan citadel set high in the Andes Mountains.
Mountain range that runs North to South through western Russia.
Country located on the Iberian Peninsula, who's king is Felipe VI.
Coastal desert in southern Africa and the only place in the world the welwitschia plant is found.
Archipelagic state in the Caribbean that was the site of Columbus' first landfall in the New World in 1492.
The longest of the five rivers that flow through the Punjab region in northern India and Pakistan, also known as Santadree. Eastern most tributary of the Indus River.
Island of Indonesia that is home to its capital city, Jakarta, and is the world's most populous island.
Largest river in the world.
Landlocked country in western Africa, named after a river, who's capital is Niamey.
Coral atoll in the Pacific Ocean that is historically notable for its close proximity to US hydrogen bomb tests in 1954.
The rugby team 'Stade Français' are based in this city.
South Korean capital city.
Country that borders only South Africa.
American state established in 1859, who's state capital is Salem.
Famous catholic cathedral located in Paris.
Mountain in Sichuan Province, China, and is one of Four Sacred Buddhist Mountains of China.
Country that is home to Eyjafjallajokull.
River that flows through Budapest, Vienna, Bratislava, and Belgrade.
Chilean island famous for its maoi.
Greenland is an autonomous constituent country within this Kingdom.
Official residence of the President of Russia.
Capital of Kenya.
The largest waterfalls system in the world, located in South America.
Also known as Ayers Rock.
Country North of Rwanda and Tanzania.
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