Put your knowledge to the test with these geography riddles from around the globe. They range from easy to hard, so everyone can have fun solving them.
Early ages the iron boot tread,
With Europe at her command.
Through time power slipped and fled,
'til the creation of new holy land.
Who am I?
A plane crashed on the border or US and Canada. Where do they bury the survivors?See answer
I am a food made from the pressed curds of milk. I come in American, Swiss, sharp and many other flavors. What am I?See answer
Why do French people like to eat snails?See answer
In the Tour de France, what is the position of a rider, after he passes the second placed rider?See answer
One am I, among six others: Largest, smallest, cold, dark and two brothers. Who am I?See answer
What’s the capital in Washington?See answer
The preferred color of carpet in this town is red.See answer
An American living in England came home to the United States on the 4th of July, celebrated for three full days, and returned to England on the 4th of July. How is this possible?See answer
As I went over London Bridge I met my sister Jenny; I broke her neck and drank her blood and left her standing empty.See answer
I am a Caribbean shape that makes ships disappear. What am I?See answer
Why did the meteor go to Hollywood?See answer
I have palms but not on hands,
I offer foods from distant lands,
When at my peak you'll see me smoke,
I'm famous for my friendly folk,
My flowers grow and yet they lay,
There's fire where a man will play.
What am I?
Do they have a 4th of July in England?See answer
Where on earth do the ways always blow from the south?See answer
Why can’t a woman living in the U.S. be buried in Canada?See answer
In Paris but not in France, the thinnest of its siblings.See answer
Thanks for such treasures as Mariachis, enchiladas and habanero!See answer
A circle of stones, never in rows.
Stacked one on the other, mystery it sows.
What is it?
Besides Paris, what is the capital of France?See answer
What is the smartest state?See answer
It has the biggest wall and is also used when drinking tea.See answer
This dip for chips is a Spanish style sauce, mainly consisting of peppers, diced tomatoes and spices for a spicy flavor.See answer
What is round on both ends and hi in the middle?See answer
These are knee-length formal wear for men popular in the highlands.See answer
According to the music industry, you can count on a midnight train and the devil to turn up here.See answer
This small, rolled tortilla usually has meat or cheese filling, and was originally invented in Mexico.See answer
Why did Paul Revere ride his horse from Boston to Lexington?See answer
They're big and blue, and larger than seas.See answer
Godzilla calls this place home.See answer
Flour of England, fruit of Spain,
Met together in a shower of rain;
Put in a bag tied round with a string,
If you'll tell me this riddle, I'll give you a ring.
I led Israelites out of Egypt and went up Mount Sinai alone.
I came back down with commandments written on two tablets of stone.
Who am I?
Is there a 4th of July in England?See answer
What is flat, usually square, and made from trees but isn't wood?See answer
I stand up tall and made of steel,
with baguettes and garlic at my heel.
I love the colours red, white and blue,
but obviously not as much as you.
I am a marvel for all to see,
though to some I am a monstrosity!
What am I?
What was the largest island in the world before Australia was discovered?See answer
What's the largest pencil in the United States?See answer
They cut doors in half and wear wooden shoes.See answer
I'm a small ring shaped fried cake, often with Bavarian cream or fruit filling, and sometimes covered in icing and sprinkles.See answer
A large oasis in the desert. Come with cash and leave with none. What am I?See answer
People like this usually live in rural areas, unless they are lucky enough to strike oil and move to Beverly Hills.See answer
Do they have a 4th of July in Australia?See answer
Many people own a copy of me. Without me the world would fall. What am I?See answer
What has 4 eyes but can't see?See answer
A salutation from the islands.See answer
A morbidly-named body of water.See answer
Before Mt. Everest was discovered as the highest mountain in the world, which mountain was the highest?See answer
Why are the Irish quick-tempered?See answer
Why did the British cross the Atlantic?See answer
What state is famous for tiny beverages?See answer
I was known for my diverse skills as both a warrior and a writer of psalms. In my years as a ruler, I united the people of Israel, led them to victory in battle, conquered land, and paved the way for my son, Solomon, to build the Temple. Who am I?See answer
If Mississippi lent Missouri her New Jersey, what would Delaware?See answer
I am as simple as a circle, worthless as a leader; but when I follow a group, their strength increases tenfold. By myself I'm practically nothing. What am I?See answer
Why is the largest city in Ireland likely to be the largest city in the world?See answer
This is the tallest peak in the happiest place on earth.See answer
The Titanic is still here. What am I?See answer
What is the laziest mountain in the world?See answer
I am a rock group with four members. All dead, one was assassinated. What am I?See answer
Famous for cheese, wine and saying "ooo la la".See answer
When is an Irish potato not an Irish potato?See answer
I mean goodbye for South Americans. What am I?See answer
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