European Geography By Letter - S #2

Can you guess these European geographical answers that start with the letter S?
Quiz by relessness
Last updated: December 22, 2019
First submittedOctober 13, 2016
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Most populous city in Scandinavia
Ancient rival of Athens
Micronation surrounded by Italy
San Marino
Language also known as Castilian
Capital of North Macedonia
Festival where people run with the bulls
San Fermín
Ancient kingdom in southeast England
The German word for street
Country formerly joined with
the Czech Republic
English city on the river Trent
Longest river in the UK
Ancient Germanic tribe that
invaded England
Where Scotland's most famous
golf course can be found
St. Andrews
Sicilian city home to Archimedes
Biggest city in southwest Germany
Croatia's second largest city
Tuscan city once home to the
painter Duccio
Second biggest city in Wales
The most famous cathedral or basilica in ...
St. Basil's
St. Mark's
St. Paul's
The Vatican
St. Peter's
Level 77
Oct 13, 2016
Very interesting quiz! However, I think it should be "word" instead of "road" in the clue: The German road for street.
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Oct 14, 2016
Level 69
Oct 13, 2016
Double face palm. Did the entire quiz and couldn't understand why you wouldn't take Nottingham for the English City on the Trent. Despite having got most of the answers it didn't dawn on me that they all started with the letter "S" and it was an "S" themed quiz.

Hard to be as switched on as me!

Level 81
Oct 13, 2016
Ha! I often find myself using the rules of the previous quiz on the current one (with the inevitably bad results).
Level 81
Oct 16, 2016
Wow...a lot of people know the German word for street
Level 64
Mar 27, 2017
A lot of people probably know the word "street" in a few languages. I don't speak French but I know "rue" for example.
Level 76
Oct 24, 2016
Can you accept "Sick b@stard" as the running bull festival too?
Level 80
Jun 21, 2017
Go bulls!
Level 83
Oct 26, 2019
Da Bulls
Level 70
May 7, 2017
Good quiz, nice mixture of questions, I missed a couple but you live and learn.
Level 65
May 7, 2017
Could you add more spelling options for the cathedrals? Italian ones in Italian for instance.
Level 64
May 7, 2017
How about San Marco for Venice's and San Pietro for the Vatican's Cathedral?
Level ∞
Dec 21, 2019
Level 68
May 7, 2017
There shouldn't be an apostrophe in the answer for the golf course.
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Dec 21, 2019
Level 60
May 22, 2017
How about changing the language question into more geographical one? Such as "Historical region in Poland and Czech Republic" (answer: Silesia). Or "Capital of Crimea" (answer: Simferopol). Or maybe "The largest city on the Crimean Peninsula" (Sevastopol)
Level 44
Dec 20, 2019
And perhaps include less UK-related questions : 7 out of 22 are about the UK here...

Come on, UK shouldn't represent a third of a European Geography quiz for such a (relatively) tiny island !

Level 67
Dec 23, 2019
It is in the top 10 of europe's biggest countries, so relatively, it isnt that small (especially for an island, it is the in the top 10 biggest islands worldwide).
Level 60
Aug 26, 2020
^But Germany, which is larger, more populous and has a bigger economy than the UK is represented by only 2 questions in the quiz. Furthermore, many of the UK-related questions are somewhat obscure, while there could be far more internationally famous answers from the rest of Europe. There does seem to be a bias, even though I'm personally fine with it.
Level 71
Jul 1, 2020
Castilian only has one "L" in it. Just saying.
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Jul 2, 2020
Level 66
Jul 15, 2020
@ relessness or QM, whatever you prefer.

Could you try one with no UK-related questions, as an experiment?

Just to see if you get any complaints - my guess is that you would....

Level 79
Aug 26, 2020
So this quiz is about Europe which has 45 countries. Yet 7 questions of the 22 are about the UK
Level 57
Aug 26, 2020
'ave a squinny, mush.
Level 81
Aug 28, 2020
The UK is one of those 45 countries.