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Geography of France - Multiple Choice

Answer these 15 questions about the geography of France.
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1. What is the capital of France?
Reims
Lyon
Marseille
Paris
2. Which of the following countries does not border metropolitan France?
Netherlands
Belgium
Spain
Andorra
3. Which of these borders is near Lille?
French-Belgian
French-Swiss
French-Italian
French-German
4. The highest point in france is Mt. Blanc. How high is it?
4,635 meters (15,206 feet)
4,810 meters (15,780 feet)
4,758 meters (15,610 feet)
5,033 meters (16,512 feet)
5. Which French region is westernmost (excluding overseas territories)?
Nouvelle Aquitaine
Brittany
Normandy
Pays de la Loire
6. Which of these overseas territories is in the Pacific?
Martinique
Réunion
Mayotte
New Caledonia
7. Which river is entirely in France?
Meuse
Rhône
Loire
Garonne
8. Which of these does not touch the French coast?
Black
English Channel
North
Mediterranean
9. Which river goes through Bordeaux?
Moselle
Garonne
Rhône
Rhine
10. Which city is furthest south?
Nantes
Grenoble
Avignon
Reims
11. Which French region among these has no direct access to the sea?
Bourgogne-Franche-Comté
Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
Occitanie
Pays de la Loire
12. Since the rezoning implemented on January 1, 2016, the number of French regions has been reduced from 27 to 18. Among these names of regions, which still designates a current French region?
Pays de la Loire
Picardy
Languedoc-Roussillon
Limousin
13. Which summit is not found in France?
Pic Coolidge
Pic Lézat
Grand Ballon
Monte Rosa
14. Which river flows into the Atlantic Ocean?
Garonne
Seine
Rhine
Rhône
15. Which of the following cities is not the capital of its region?
Caen
Bordeaux
Dijon
Toulouse
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