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QUESTIONS


  1. Which country has more lakes than the rest of the world combined?
  2. Where would you find the Trafford Centre?
  3. Which Irish City has lent its name to a brand of crystal glassware?
  4. The second tallest waterfall is situated in South Africa. Name it?
  5. What is the capital of Greece?
  6. Which Tanzanian island is famous for it’s spices, and it’s historic role in the slave trade?
  7. Where is Montenegro?
  8. What is the capital of Scotland?
  9. Which cliffs are most well known for their white chalk surface?
  10. Which flower is the emblem of Scotland?
  11. Where is the Shard?
  12. What is the name of the river that flows through Oxford and London?
  13. Where is the Table Mountain?
  14. The Severn bridge can take you from England to which country?
  15. What river forms the boundary between Texas and Mexico?
  16. Where is Amber Valley located in England?
  17. Where is the leaning Tower of Pisa located?
  18. Where is the Canterbury Cathedral located?
  19. Which of the following cities if also a country? Beijing, Vatican City, Tokyo or London
  20. How is the magnitude of an earthquake measured?
  21. In transport what does the abbreviation ‘HGV’ mean?
  22. Which is the largest port in Germany?
  23. The holiday island of Ibiza belongs in which country?
  24. Which European country popular with Brits has the rivers Guadiana and Tagos?
  25. In which ocean is Fiji?
  26. What name is given to America’s most westerly time zone?
  27. On which European island is the beach of Mazzaro?
  28. The resort of Kuta is on which island – Bali or Malta?
  29. Which island are you on if you visit Mellieha?
  30. In Australia, which state is commonly called the ‘Sunshine State’?
  31. In which country is the much-visited Saumur Castle?
  32. What is another name for Tonga?
  33. What is the most populous US State?
  34. What name is given to the part of a beach that lies between low and high tide?
  35. Is Arbroath on the East Coast or the West Coast of Scotland?
  36. What term describes the Great Lakes and the Midwest States of the US, referring to economic decline and urban decay?
  37. Which road runs from London to Fishguard in Wales?
  38. What two modern day countries complete the Iberian Peninsula?
  39. Which New England State doesn’t border the Atlantic Ocean?
  40. Is Chesterfield closer geographically to Sheffield or Derby?
  41. Which City is the capital of India?
  42. What is the most populous City of the US?
  43. In which county does the River Thames rise?
  44. A Hoosier is a native of which American state?
  45. Where would you find Table Mountain?
  46. True or False? The highest point in the Maldives is less then eight feet above sea level?
  47. Which sea is located off the east coast of Canada?
  48. The Apennines are a mountain range in which country?
  49. Where would you find Disko Island?
  50. What is the national currency of Bulgaria?
  51. Phillip Island is located off which country?
  52. 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?
  53. Which is larger, Dartmoor or Exmoor?
  54. Where is Carisbrooke Castle?
  55. Which Country has the longest coastline in the World?
  56. What was New Zealand’s Capital before Wellington?
  57. What in the USA is the ‘Last Frontier State’?
  58. In which Country is Transylvania?
  59. What is the Capital of Uruguay?
  60. The George Washington Bridge spans which river?
  61. What is the World’s largest Marsh?
  62. On which river does the City of Ely stand?
  63. Is Holy Island off the east or west coast of England?
  64. What is a native of Aberdeen called?
  65. Is London’s Docklands, north, south, east or west of the city?
  66. The Angel of the North was erected next to which major road?
  67. Which English gorge takes its name from a nearby village famous for its cheese?
  68. Which county has the abbreviation Beds?
  69. St Anne’s lies to the south of which British Seaside Resort?
  70. Which Royal residence stands by the River Dee?
  71. In which country is the UK’s highest Mountain?
  72. What sort of institution in London is Bart’s?
  73. In which County is Lands End?
  74. What colour are most London Buses?
  75. Which motorway goes from Lancashire to Yorkshire east to west?
  76. What is the background colour of road signs to tourist sites?
  77. In which part of the UK is ‘Land of My Fathers’ a traditional song?
  78. Winchester is the administrative seat of which County?
  79. Aston University is near which Midlands City?
  80. Most of the Lake District is in which County?
  81. What red flower does Lancashire have?
  82. In which City is the Barbican Centre?
  83. On a London Tube Map, the Central Line is what colour?
  84. In which Scottish City did you find the Gorbals?
  85. Which motorway links London to Winchester?
  86. Which Isle of the South Coast of England is a County in its own right?
  87. What is Britain’s most Southerly Country?
  88. Norwich is the administrative centre of which County?
  89. In which City did the National Trust buy the childhood home of Paul McCartney?
  90. Which Motorway runs almost parallel to the A4?
  91. With which profession is London’s Harley Street associated?
  92. What is Britain’s largest International Airport?
  93. Which motorway links Exeter with Birmingham?
  94. Schiphol Airport serves which European City?
  95. The home ground of Manchester City FC is named after which Airline?
  96. Olympic Airlines was the national flag carrier airline of which Country?
  97. The SNCF is the national railway of which Country?
  98. Longbridge, the site of a former massive car factory is in which City?
  99. ‘Driving in my Car’ was a number four hit in 1982 for which Band?
  100. Which area of London gives its name to a type of taxi?
  101. The National Railway Museum is in which English City?
  102. The motor manufacturer Daewoo is based in which Country?
  103. I am in the Old Bailey, the site of which former Prison? Where am I?
  104. I am on a wall 73 miles long which stretches across some of the UK’s most dramatic landscape. Where Am I?
  105. I have just visited the highest pub in Britain. Where am I?
  106. I am walking the length of Britain’s longest river. Where am I?
  107. I am at the site of a famous battle, where an English King was defeated. Where am I?
  108. I am in a City in Scotland where the Castle is perched on top of an ancient volcano. Where am I?
  109. I have just climbed the highest mountain in England. Where am I?
  110. I am sailing on the second largest lake in the Lake District? Where am I?
  111. I am taking tea in the Midland Hotel in the third largest City in England. Where am I?
  112. I am eating Strawberries and Cream watching tennis at the oldest tennis tournament in the World. Where am I?
  113. In which American City could you watch The Dolphins football team and The Merlins baseball team?
  114. Which Island group includes Majorca, Minorca and Ibiza?
  115. In which Country could you sail in the Bay of Plenty?
  116. In which Country is the Sinhala Language spoken?
  117. If you visited the 2015 Rugby World Cup Final, which City did you travel to?
  118. In which Country would you find The Angel Falls, the highest waterfall in the World?
  119. In which City could you take photos of The Little Mermaid statue?
  120. Which Country has a name that means ‘Lowlands’?
  121. Which Country is home to the airline Lufthansa?
  122. Which Italian City was destroyed when Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD79?

ANSWERS


  1. Canada
  2. Manchester
  3. Waterford
  4. Tugela Falls
  5. Athens
  6. Zanzibar
  7. Europe
  8. Edinburgh
  9. White Cliffs of Dover
  10. Thistle
  11. London
  12. The River Thames
  13. Cape Town
  14. Wales
  15. Rio Grande
  16. Derbyshire
  17. Italy
  18. United Kingdom
  19. Vatican City
  20. Richter Scale
  21. Heavy Goods Vehicle
  22. Hamburg
  23. Spain
  24. Portugal
  25. Pacific
  26. Pacific
  27. Sicily
  28. Bali
  29. Malta
  30. Queensland
  31. France
  32. Friendly Islands
  33. California
  34. The Foreshore
  35. East Coast
  36. The Rust Belt
  37. A40
  38. Spain and Portugal
  39. Vermont
  40. Sheffield
  41. New Delhi
  42. New York
  43. Gloucestershire
  44. Indiana
  45. Cape Town
  46. True
  47. Labrador Sea
  48. Italy
  49. Coast of Greenland
  50. Lev
  51. Australia
  52. False
  53. Dartmoor
  54. Isle of Wight
  55. Canada
  56. Auckland
  57. Alaska
  58. Romania
  59. Montevideo
  60. Hudson
  61. Everglades
  62. River Ouse
  63. East
  64. Aberdonia
  65. East
  66. A1
  67. Cheddar
  68. Bedfordshire
  69. Blackpool
  70. Balmoral
  71. Scotland
  72. Hospital
  73. Cornwall
  74. Red
  75. M62
  76. Brown
  77. Wales
  78. Hampshire
  79. Birmingham
  80. Cumbria
  81. Rose
  82. London
  83. Red
  84. Glasgow
  85. M3
  86. Isle of Wight
  87. England
  88. Norfolk
  89. Liverpool
  90. M4
  91. Medical Profession
  92. Heathrow
  93. M5
  94. Amsterdam
  95. Etihad
  96. Greece
  97. France
  98. Birmingham
  99. Madness
  100. Hackney (Carriage)
  101. York
  102. South Korea
  103. Newgate
  104. Hadrian’s Wall
  105. Tan Hill, Yorkshire
  106. Thames
  107. Hastings
  108. Edinburgh
  109. Scafell Pike
  110. Ullswater
  111. Manchester
  112. Wimbledon
  113. Miami
  114. Balearic Islands
  115. New Zealand
  116. Sri Lanka
  117. London
  118. Venezuela
  119. Copenhagen
  120. Netherlands
  121. Germany
  122. Pompeii