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Europe Geography Quiz #4
Answer these random European geography questions.
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November 24, 2015
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What is the capital of Ukraine?
What city is home to the Dutch Parliament?
What is the national animal of England?
What activity makes Davos, Zermatt, and Chamonix famous?
What city in Germany shares its name with a type of men's fragrance?
What mountain range is home to Mount Elbrus, the tallest mountain in Europe?
In what sea would you find the islands of Santorini and Mykonos?
What are Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia known as?
In what Austrian city was Mozart born?
What region of northwest France is known for crêpes and striped shirts?
What city is served by Fiumicino airport?
What peninsula includes parts of Denmark and Germany?
What Mediterranean island are sardines named after?
What country is known as Suomi in its own language?
What are the most populous cities in Europe whose names end in W? (by metro area)
What English city was once a Roman spa town known as Aquae Sulis?
What city, starting with the letter B, can be found at the border of
Switzerland, France, and Germany?
What country do Magyars come from?
Nov 24, 2015
The one about cities ending in W is a great question. Suddenly have to think about cities in a new way. Tricky, but not impossible.
Apr 14, 2016
I agree, good question, I got 3 but didn't think of Moscow, so obvious once you know.
Jan 17, 2017
I didn't read it correctly and thougth they had to start with W... So of course I only got Warsaw.
Jan 19, 2017
Nov 24, 2015
I would have thought that Kraków had a larger population? Or do you mean by area?
Nov 25, 2015
Crud. You are correct. I added Krakow. I also added the caveat (by metro area) so that I wouldn't have to add Wroclaw as well.
Feb 7, 2016
20/21. I missed....Moscow!! How is that even possible??!!?!
Mar 10, 2016
I got Krakow and Glasgow but missed Moscow too!
Apr 14, 2016
I only got Warsaw out of the cities that end in W... because I read it 'cities that start with W'. That sort of thing happens when you really need sleep but decide to come to JetPunk instead.
Jul 15, 2016
Missed Glasgow too, but was convinced Britanny was correct; I never realised until the answers were revealed it has two Ts and one N!
Oct 2, 2016
Cracow should be accepted as well
Jan 17, 2017
I love how some sources are set on Mount Elbrus as the tallest mountain in Europe yet others say it's Mount Blanc which I got taught in school. Very marginal.
Dec 10, 2017
we learned that in English speaking countries Mount Elbrus is usually considered to be the highest peak while in many others, my country (Czech Republic) included, we tend to think of Mont Blanc as the tallest mountain. But on this site it is always Elbrus..
Oct 30, 2018
Realised 'Suomi' was one of the Scandinavian countries with 10 seconds left, typed as fast as I could and managed to guess the first two and get halfway through the last one... which of course turned out to be the right answer. Darn you Jetpunk!
Jan 13, 2019
:D i just got lvl 15 so now i can comment im happy!
May 8, 2019
What do random skiers have to do with geography?
May 9, 2019
They were not random. The skiers were specifically selected,
May 9, 2019
Cool quiz ! I fidnt get glasgow and basel, felt pretty silly not thinking of glasgow. But oddly i wasnt the only one, at all...! I wonder why people failed to think of it. Maybe focussing on eastern europe?
Jul 13, 2020
Fun quiz! Must say I was a bit disappointed that I tried Ski and it wasn't accepted. Didn't think I'd have to write Skiing so I thought maybe I just don't know what makes those cities famous.
Oct 17, 2020
Hey! Slightly nitpicky, but would you consider changing the Cologne question to "what German city gave its name to a type of fragrance", rather than "shares its name"? I feel that, as formulated, the question implies either a coincidence, or an unknown precedence, whereas it is in fact very clear that the fragrance (invented in Cologne in 1701), was named after the town, which has existed since Roman times. I feel that, worded like this, the question would prompt more people to learn about the origins of "Kölnisch Wasser", which some might find interesting. Many thanks!
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