Take Some Geography Awareness Trivia Questions! Quiz
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By Springvillegi | Last updated: Mar 13, 2020
| Total Attempts: 167
What do you know about geography? The four historical practices in geographical research are spatial analysis, natural and human phenomena, area studies of human-led relationships, and earth sciences. It has been said that geography is the bridge between the social and physical sciences. It is an all-encompassing discipline that seeks an understanding of the earth and it's human and natural complexities. Take this great quiz to see what you know about geography awareness.
Questions and Answers
What is the height of Mount Everest?
Which of the following is NOT a real island?
“Tornado Alley” is a section of the United States that has the highest concentration of tornadoes worldwide! Which state is NOT in “Tornado Alley”?
Which mountain range runs through all of the following: Slovakia, Ukraine, and Romania?
The Balkan Mountains
The Cantabrian Mountains
The Carpathian Mountains
The Caucasus Mountains
What is the capital of Slovenia?
Russia is so big that it is technically on two continents. Which ones?
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