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Miscellaneous Places Trivia

Free miscellaneous places trivia questions and answers.

 

Miscellaneous Places Trivia

What's the southernmost nation on the Balkan Peninsula?
A: Greece.

What city has been the center of the U.S. oil industry since 1901?
A: Houston.

What country is only bordered by Spain?
A: Portugal.

What Frenchman designed the national flag of Italy?
A: Napoleon.

What valley separates East Africa from the remainder of the continent?
A: The Great Rift Valley.

What Milanese opera house has a name meaning "The Stairs" in Italian?
A: La Scala.

 

What continent is cut into two fairly equal halves by the Tropic of Capricorn?
A: Australia.

What nation has the longest school year?
A: Japan.

What storied Sudanese city's name means "elephant's trunk"?
A: Khartoum's.

What title would you hold in Germany if townsfolk addressed you as Burgermeister?
A: Mayor.

What Scandinavian country are you in if you're vacationing in Hell?
A: Norway.

What's squid cooked in if you order calamare en su tinta at a Spanish restaurant?
A: Its ink.

 

What U.S. state pays its governor the most money?
A: New York.

What state grew to become the second most populous in the U.S. , by 1994?
A: Texas.

What tourist state leads the U.S. in booze consumption per capita?
A: Nevada.

What city do Saudis cal Makkah?
A: Mecca.

What continent has the most countries represented in the U.N.?
A: Africa.

What do residents of Bunyol, Spain, throw at each other during the LA Tomatina Festival?
A: Tomatoes.

What Spanish islands are Gomera, Hierro and Lanzarote a part of?
A: The Canary Islands.

What nation has 1,000 permanent inhabitants and produces no export goods?
A: Vatican City.