If you are bored at home, then why not test your travel knowledge with these fun geography trivia questions. How well do you know famous landmarks, world capitals, flags and country outlines? Play the game and find out!
Do you know your York from New York, your Wales from New South Wales and your Vancouver from Versailles?
Each month we will bring you a new quiz to play. Share with family and friends to see who comes out on top! A great way to pass time and educational too!
So, are you ready to answer these geography trivia questions? Are you a Marco Polo or a Donald Trump? Have you got the skills to get them all right? Let’s find out…
Geography Trivia Questions
Sighisoara in Romania is the birthplace of which person?
In which Chinese city will you find the Terracotta Warriors?
Where is the Blue Mosque?
Mount Everest spans which two countries?
The capital of Kazakhstan changed it's name to Nur-Sultan after the former president. By what name was it previously known?
Lake Ohrid is in which country?
Where is the Ryugong Hotel
Where is the Bagt Koshigi Hotel?
Where is the Ang Thong Marine Park?
Where is this?
Which European country is this?
This is the flag of which country?
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Interested in travel and geography? Here at the tripgoeson we specialise in off the beaten path destinations. Ever wondered what it’s like to walk the streets of Pyongyang, North Korea at Christmas or spend a night in the Chernobyl exclusion zone?
You can find all this and much more on my Blog page. Countries and places featured include: Albania, Azerbaijan, China, Estonia, Finland, Hong Kong, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, North Korea, Romania, South Korea, Thailand, Tibet, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
As well as interesting travel stories, you can find out how to travel to some incredible places such as the Silk Road. Here at thetripgoeson.com we prefer “slow travel” so you will find how to journey between countries by land and sea rather than by flight.
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About the author: Steve Rohan, originally from England, has lived in China for over six years. He has lived in the frozen city of Harbin, the ancient capital of Luoyang and now resides in the tropical paradise of Sanya on Hainan Island.
He has travelled extensively across Europe and Asia, mostly by train, and has written about his travels for this blog as well as self-publishing his first book, Siberian Odyssey.
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