Difficult Questions: Geography
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Which street in London takes its name from a croquet-like game once played by Charles I?
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How many internationally recognized sovereign states are located in Europe and/or membership in international European organisations?
Which large south-east Asian country turns its flag upside down in times of war?
Which element makes up 27.72% of the earth's crust?
What Russian Orthodox cathedral was built under the supervision of Nicholas I?
Saint Isaac's Cathedral
Saint Basil's Cathedral
Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
Old Trinity Cathedral
Which sector of Albania economy is the dominating one?
In 2004, there were 12 unprovoked shark attacks in Australia, of which two were fatal. Which shark species is the most dangerous one?
Oceanic whitetip shark
Great white shark
Name the widest straits of the world situated close to South America.
Strait of Magellan
In French cuisine, what adds a complementary note to the flavor of clafoutis?
The two oldest universities in Europe are both found in which country?
What is the name of the city abandoned in northern Ukraine as a result of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster?
The school year in Russia starts on the …
1st of September
1st of October
1st of January
1st of August
Name the northernmost tree in the world.
The southernmost city of Russia is...
What word is written on the Botswana coat of arms?
Which "celestial sign" did Ivan the Terrible see in the sky?
How do Australians call the undeveloped land?
What is the name of the second largest oil field in North America?
The East Texas Oil Field
The Midway-Sunset Oil Field
The Kern River Oil Field
The Kuparuk River Oil Field
Name the European who discovered Australia.
Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen
Which of the following lightning types does not exist?