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Which European city is most associated with 'Oktoberfest'?Munich
In what country is the Bataan Peninsula?The Philippines
In which UK City is the Borough of Harrow?London
Theodore Roosevelt National Park is located in what US State?North Dakota
What is said to be between Miami, Bermuda and Puerto Rico?Bermuda Triangle
What is the capital of Denmark?Copenhagen
Where is the Wailing Wall?Jerusalem
What is the capital of Mexico?Mexico City
Approximately 60% of the world’s population live on which continent?Asia
Hudson Bay is a large inland sea in which country?Canada
Named Christ the Redeemer, this 38 meters tall statue of Jesus stands atop the Corcovado Mountain overlooking what city?Rio de Janeiro
In which US National Park is the Old Faithful geyser found?
A Hoosier is a native of which American state?Indiana
Ascension Island is an overseas territory of which European Country?United Kingdom
How is the magnitude of an earthquake measured?Richter Scale
How many linguistic regions are there in Switzerland?Four
I am at the site of a famous battle, where an English King was defeated. Where am I?Hastings
I am eating Strawberries and Cream watching tennis at the oldest tennis tournament in the World. Where am I?Wimbledon
I am in a City in Scotland where the Castle is perched on top of an ancient volcano. Where am I?Edinburgh
I am in the Old Bailey, the site of which former Prison? Where am I?Newgate
I am on a wall 73 miles long which stretches across some of the UK's most dramatic landscape. Where Am I?Hadrian's Wall
I am sailing on the second largest lake in the Lake District? Where am I?Ullwater
I am taking tea in the Midland Hotel in the third largest City in England. Where am I?Manchester
I am walking the length of Britain's longest river. Where am I?Thames
I have just climbed the highest mountain in England. Where am I?Scafell Pike
I have just visited the highest pub in Britain. Where am I?Tan Hill, Yorkshire
In the UK, over what river does the QEII Bridge cross?River Thames
In transport what does the abbreviation 'HGV' mean?Heavy Goods Vehicle
In what Country is the longest street in the world?Yonge Street is 1178 miles long in Canada
In which British Country is the County East Lothian?Scotland
In which country in Mount Popocatepetl?Mexico
In which Country is Port Said?Egypt
In which Country is the UK’s highest mountain?Scotland
In which Country is Transylvania?Romania
In which county are the Mendips?Somerset
In which county does the River Thames rise?Gloucestershire
In which County is the city of Truro?Cornwall
In which county would you find Land’s End?Cornwall
In which US State is Cape Cod?Massachusetts
Is Arbroath on the East Coast or the West Coast of Scotland?East Coast
Is Chesterfield closer geographically to Sheffield or Derby?Sheffield
Is London’s Docklands, north, south, east or west of the city?East
La Rambla is a famous street in the centre of which Spanish city?Barcelona
Lima is the capital city of which country?Peru
Of which African country is Ouagadougou the capital?Burkina Faso
Of which country is Pyongyang the capital?North Korea
Of which Middle Eastern country is Baghdad the capital?Iraq
Of which US State is Columbus the capital?Ohio
Of which Welsh city is Tiger Bay a suburb?Cardiff
On which river does the City of Ely stand?River Ouse
Phillip Island is located off which country?Australia
Soweto is a suburb of which South African city?Johannesburg
St Anne’s lies to the south of which British seaside resort?Blackpool
The ‘Penine Mountain Range’ is located where?Northern England
The Angel of the North was erected next to which major road?A1
The Apennines are a mountain range in which country?Italy
The George Washington Bridge spans which river?Hudson
The official residence of the UK Prime Minister is located on which famous street?Downing Street
The second tallest waterfall is situated in South Africa. Name it?Tugela Falls
The Severn bridge can take you from England to which country?Wales
Tirupati Temple is located in which Country?India
True or False? Any person granted the freedom of the Welsh City of Cardiff has the right to run naked around the castle walls on two specified dates in the calendar year?False
True or False? The highest point in the Maldives is less then eight feet above sea level?True
What animal would you find on top of ‘Gibraltar Rock’?Monkeys
What city was historically known as Constantinople and Byzantium?Istanbul
What city-state is administered by the UK but claimed by Spain?Gibraltar
What continent is Mexico in?North America
What in the USA is the ‘Last Frontier State’?Alaska
What is a native of Aberdeen called?Aberdonian
What is officially the smallest city in Great Britain?St David's
What is the capital of Greece?Athens
What is the capital of Scotland?Edinburgh
What is the capital of the Bahamas?Nassau
What is the Capital of Uruguay?Montevideo
What is the currency of Thailand?Baht
What is the highest mountain peak in Japan?Mount Fuji
What is the island called that is centered between England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales?Isle of Man
What is the location of London’s National Gallery?Trafalgar Square
What is the most populous City of the US?New York
What is the most populous US State?California
What is the name of the river that flows through Oxford and London?The River Thames
What is the national currency of Bulgaria?Lev
What is the ring road surrounding Greater Manchester known as?M60
What is the second largest state of the US?Texas
What is the tallest mountain in the world?Mount Everest
What is the World’s largest Marsh?Everglades
What name is given to the part of a beach that lies between low and high tide?The Foreshore
What nationality is former Prime Minister Gordon Brown?Scottish
What river forms the boundary between Texas and Mexico?Rio Grande
What river meets the Gulf of Mexico in New Orleans, Louisiana?Mississippi River
What river partially separates the counties of Cornwall and Devon?Tamar
What sort of an institution in London is Bart’s?Hospital
What State is home to Alcatraz, Folsom and Chino Prisons?California
What term describes the Great Lakes and the Midwest States of the US, referring to economic decline and urban decay?The Rust Belt
What two modern day countries complete the Iberian Peninsula?Spain and Portugal
What was New Zealand’s Capital before Wellington?Auckland
Where are the shores of Tripoli?Libya
Where can you find Portobello Road Market?London
Where in the world is the Bering Sea?Alaska
Where is Amber Valley located in England?Derbyshire
Where is Bangkok?Thailand
Where is Carisbrooke Castle?Isle of Wight
Where is Montenegro?Europe
Where is the Canterbury Cathedral located?United Kingdom
Where is the leaning Tower of Pisa located?Italy
Where is the Shard?London
Where is the Table Mountain?Cape Town
Where would you find Disko Island?Coast of Greenland
Where would you find Table Mountain?Cape Town
Where would you find the famous Inca trail?Peru
Where would you find the Trafford Centre?Manchester
Which Caribbean Island wants to be a state of the United States of America?Puerto Rico
Which city in Cheshire was a Roman fortress named Deva?Chester
Which City is the capital of India?New Delhi
Which cliffs are most well known for their white chalk surface?White Cliffs of Dover
Which coast of England is Holy Island off?East
Which continent has land completely covered with ice?Antarctica
Which country can be represented by a red dragon?Wales
Which country has more lakes than the rest of the world combined?Canada
Which Country has the longest coastline in the World?Canada
Which country is famous for its pyramids?Egypt
Which Country’s flag is black red and yellow striped?Germany
Which county has the abbreviation Beds?Bedfordshire
Which English county is famous for its pottery?Staffordshire
Which English gorge takes its name from a nearby village?Cheddar
Which European Country has French, German, Italian and Romansh as its official languages?Switzerland
Which flower is the emblem of Scotland?Thistle
Which infamous beauty spot is located in Eastbourne, England?Beachy Head
Which Irish City has lent its name to a brand of crystal glassware?Waterford
Which is larger, Dartmoor or Exmoor?Dartmoor
Which is the largest port in Germany?Hamburg
Which mountain range gets its name from the Sanskrit language meaning 'abode of snow'?Himalayas
Which New England State doesn’t border the Atlantic Ocean?Vermont
Which ocean lies to the north of Russia?The Arctic Ocean
Which of the following cities if also a country? Beijing, Vatican City, Tokyo or LondonVatican City
Which road runs from London to Fishguard in Wales?A40
Which Royal Residence stands by the River Dee?Balmoral
Which sea is located off the east coast of Canada?Labrador Sea
Which sea separates Australia and New Zealand?Tasman Sea
Which state has the second greatest coverage of glacial ice?Wyoming
Which state is Cades Cove located in?Tenessee
Which Tanzanian island is famous for it's spices, and it's historic role in the slave trade?Zanzibar
Which town/city comes first after you cross the Severn Bridge into Wales?Magor
Which tunnel has the second longest underwater section in the world?The Channel Tunnel, UK/France
Name the only town in England which has a name ending with an exclamation mark?Westward Ho!
Which Royal Park in North Yorkshire is a designated World Heritage site?Fountains Abbey
In 1811, a quarter of all women in England had what name?Mary
Golden Cap is a hill and cliff situated on the coast of which county?Dorset
In which county is the is the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare?Somerset
What name is given to the chalk headland near Eastbourne, inmmediately east of Seven Sisters?Beachy Head
Which city is known as 'Auld Reekie'?Edinburgh
What is the mountainous area around Snowdon called?Snowdonia
In which Irish county are the Mountains of Mourne?Down
Which Scottish city shares its name with a city in Australia?Perth
Which North Wales University town shares its name with a resort of Northern Ireland?Bangor
Which British city is the centre of the Potteries?Stoke-on-Trent
Aston University is near which Midlands City?Birmingham
In which City did the National Trust buy the childhood home of Paul McCartney?Liverpool
In which City is the Barbican Centre?London
In which country is the UK’s highest Mountain?Scotland
In which County is Lands End?Cornwall
In which part of the UK is ‘Land of My Fathers’ a traditional song?Wales
In which Scottish City did you find the Gorbals?Glasgow
Is Holy Island off the east or west coast of England?East
Is London’s Docklands, north, south, east or west of the city?East
Most of the Lake District is in which County?Cumbria
Norwich is the administrative centre of which County?Norfolk
On a London Tube Map, the Central Line is what colour?Red
St Anne’s lies to the south of which British Seaside Resort?Blackpool
The Angel of the North was erected next to which major road?A1
What colour are most London Buses?Red
What is a native of Aberdeen called?Aberdonian
What is Britain's most Southerly Country?England
What is Britain’s largest International Airport?Heathrow
What is the background colour of road signs to tourist sites?Brown
What red flower does Lancashire have?Rose
What sort of institution in London is Bart’s?Hospital
Which county has the abbreviation Beds?Bedfordshire
Which English gorge takes its name from a nearby village famous for its cheese?Cheddar
Which Isle of the South Coast of England is a County in its own right?Isle of Wight
Which motorway goes from Lancashire to Yorkshire east to west?M62
Which motorway links London to Winchester?M3
Which Motorway runs almost parallel to the A4?M4
Which Royal residence stands by the River Dee?Balmoral
Winchester is the administrative seat of which County?Hampshire
With which profession is London’s Harley Street associated?Medical Profession
Which Canadian city name means 'Muddy Water'?Winnipeg
Which country is the Black Forest located?Germany
Niagara Falls is located in the United States and what other country?Canada
In which US city would you find the Golden Gate Bridge?San Francisco
The city of Odessa is on which sea?The Black Sea
Of which country is Calcutta now known as Kolkata, the chief port?India
Golden Gate Bridge is located in which country?USA
Which city is the Mojave Desert located?Las Vegas
What is the capital of the Philippines?Manila
Quebec is a French-speaking province of which country?Canada
Pashto is an official language of which country?Afghanistan
How many countries make up South America?12 (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela)
A trip to India's Golden Triangle comprises Jaipur, Agra and which other City. Home of the Red Fort?Delhi
How many boroughs are there in New York City?5
How many hills is Rome famous for?Seven
If you visited the 2015 Rugby World Cup Final, which City did you travel to?London
In 1955, where did Walt Disney open his Disneyland theme park?Anaheim, California
In which American City could you watch The Dolphins football team and The Merlins baseball team?Miami
In which City could you take photos of The Little Mermaid statue?Copenhagen
In which City is the Taj Mahal located?Agra, India
In which Country could you sail in the Bay of Plenty?New Zealand
In which Country is the Sinhala Language spoken?Sri Lanka
In which Country would you find The Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the World?Venezuela
Located in South Eastern Europe, which country saw the end of the rule of the Communist Party on October 14, 1991?Bulgaria
Name the two countries bordering Tunisia?Algeria and Libya
The Atlas Mountain range is found in which country?Morocco
The Bay of Biscay lies to the north of which country?Spain
The Mirabell Palace in which European country?City of Salzburg, Austria
The Negresco Hotel is found in which European city?Nice
The Tyrrhenian Sea is found between which two land masses?Italy and the islands of Sardinia and Corsica
The world's largest railway station opened in New York City in February 1913. What was it called?Grand Central Terminal
What Central American capital city was devastated by an earthquake in 1972?Managua, Capital of Nicaragua
What country was ruled by King Zog until 1939?Albania
What does DC stand for in Washington DC?District of Columbia
What is the longest river in the US?Missouri River
What is the lowest point in North America?Death Valley
What river carved its way through the Grand Canyon?The Colorado River
What Spanish City became famous in the middle ages for swords and fine steel?Toledo
Where is Stewart Island?Below South Island, New Zealand
Which Country has a name that means 'Lowlands’?Netherlands
Which Country is home to the airline Lufthansa?Germany
Which Island group includes Majorca, Minorca and Ibiza?Balearic Islands
Which Island nation, formerly a British colony, had Sinhalese and Tamil as its two official languages?Sri Lanka
Which Italian City was destroyed when Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD79?Pompeii
Which Japanese town was devastated by an earthquake in 1995?Kobe
Which two European nations are called 'The Low Countries'?The Netherlands and Belgium
The holiday island of Ibiza belongs in which country?Spain
Which European country popular with Brits has the rivers Guadiana and Tagos?Portugal
In which ocean is Fiji?Pacific
What name is given to America's most westerly time zone?Pacific
On which European island is the beach of Mazzaro?Sicily
The resort of Kuta is on which island - Bali or Malta?Bali
Which island are you on if you visit Mellieha?Malta
In Australia, which state is commonly called the 'Sunshine State'?Queensland
In which country is the much-visited Saumur Castle?France
What is another name for Tonga?Friendly Islands
Which motorway links Exeter with Birmingham?M5
Schiphol Airport serves which European City?Amsterdam
The home ground of Manchester City FC is named after which Airline?Etihad
Olympic Airlines was the national flag carrier airline of which Country?Greece
The SNCF is the national railway of which Country?France
Longbridge, the site of a former massive car factory is in which City?Birmingham
‘Driving in my Car’ was a number four hit in 1982 for which Band?Madness
Which area of London gives its name to a type of taxi?Hackney (Carriage)
The National Railway Museum is in which English City?York
The motor manufacturer Daewoo is based in which Country?South Korea