International Trivia Questions - Locations and Places
What central African state boasts a big "R" in the middle of its
What's the most popular honeymoon destination outside the
contiguous 48 states for U.S. couples, according to Modern Bride?
What's the only U.S. state never to have banned prostitution?
What mountain range's name is Sanskrit for "abode of
A: The Himalayas'.
What's the main mode of transport for the nomads who make up half
of Somalia's population?
What Western Hemisphere people spoke Nahuatl?
A: The Aztecs.
What U.S. state was once called West New Jersy?
What city is home to the busiest stock exchange?
What Central American country is bordered by
Honduras and Costa
What Minnesota town boasts an annual celebration called Wrong
What peppery spice shares its name with the capital of French
What two countries border the highest mountain in the Western
A: Argentina and Chile.
What country in Eastern Europe has a name that means "people from
What U.K. principality has its capital in Cardiff?
What two countries are separated by the Tortilla Curtain?
A: Mexico and the U.S.
What Great Lake state has more shoreline than the entire U.S.
What mountains do the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Indus
A: The Himalayas.
What nation will need an estimated 4,300 years to remove the 10
million land mines left there by the Soviet Army?
What U.S. state has the most unemployed
What was dedicated in 1982 when veteran Ian Scruggs said: "Thank
you America...for finally remembering us"?
A: The Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
What nation boasts northern towns called Resolute, Eureka and
What river do Mexicans call Rio Bravo?
A: The Rio Grande.
What was the city of Edo renamed in 1869?
What major city is close to the middle of the Iberian Peninsula?