Weird Geography Facts: True or False (Part 3)

Are the weird geography facts true or false?
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Last updated: March 7, 2021
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1. In a part of Norway the sun doesn't set April - August
In Svalbard, Norway, the sun is shining from roughly April 10th - August 23rd
2. Liechtenstein is the only country to be doubly landlocked (a landlocked country that only borders other landlocked countries)
Uzbekistan is the only other doubly landlocked country
3. The average area of cities in Alaska is around 80 square miles (207.199 square kilometers)
I did the math myself to come to this conclusion by adding the area of every city from the Alaska cities Wikipedia page and dividing it by the number of cities, so take this with a grain of salt.
4. The Transsiberian railway crosses almost 4,000 bridges
The Transsiberian rairway crosses 3,901 bridges
5. Alaska has the majority of the USA's coastline
6. The Congo Rainforest has the largest percent of different species in the world
The Amazon rainforest has the largest percent of species in the world: around 30%
7. The Mariana Trench is deeper than Mt. Everest is tall
Mt. Everest can fit in the Mariana Trench without going over the water
8. There are no time zones in Antarctica
Antarctica has 9 time zones
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Level 59
Mar 7, 2021
Awesome part 3! Are you going to carry on this series and create multiple sequels?
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Level 52
Mar 7, 2021
I want to carry on the series, but it is a little hard to find these facts, if you happen to have some weird geography facts that i cna put in a quiz please let me know!
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Level 59
Mar 7, 2021
8 Facts for part 4:

1. The Greek National Anthem consists of 158 verses.

2. New York drifts away from London 1 inch/2,5 cm every year.

3. Dust from the Sahara desert can reach as far as Florida.

4. Amman – the capital of Jordan, used to be called Philadelphia.

5. The biggest pyramid in the world is not in Egypt but in Mexico. It is called Cholula and is currently covered in grass.

6. Alaska is both the westernmost and easternmost U.S state.

7. Reno, Nevada is further west than Los Angeles.

8. Canada has more lakes than the rest of the world combined.

Also, You can check my blog called "Random but interesting facts" for any weird geography facts.

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Level 52
Mar 7, 2021
Thank you so much! except another quiz coming out soon. I would start making it now but i have to make a mental health brochure for health class and it is due by midnight
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Level 59
Mar 7, 2021
Lol no problem
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Level 54
Mar 7, 2021
Great Quiz!

On #3 false is spelt wrong.

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Level 52
Mar 7, 2021
Thanks i will fix it
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Level 52
Mar 7, 2021
update:it is fixed
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Level 62
Jul 26, 2021
This quiz brings home to me that people in different countries mean different things by the word 'city'. Here it appears to mean municipality or local government area. Would that meaning make sense outside the US? To me, city normally means greater metropolitan area, although sometimes it can mean central business district.
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