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DDG Trivia Places 10

Is Scandinavia in the north or south of Europe? North
Which Arctic country's Finnish name is Lapin Li? Lapland
The Straight of Gibraltar connects the Atlantic Ocean with which Sea? Mediterranean
Which country is also called the Hellenic Republic? Greece
What is Europe's most mountainous country? Switzerland
In Norway, a fjord is made up largely of what? Water
The island of Rhodes belongs to which Mediterranean country? Greece
Euro tunnel links which two countries? England and France
The Left Bank generally refers to the Left Bank of the Seine in which city? Paris
Okinawa is a volcano in which country? Japan
What is the largest country in South America? Brazil
What was the ancient city, carved out of red rock in Jordan, that was forgotten by Europeans until the 19th century? Petra.
Which of the Seven Wonders of the World was a Ephesus? The Temple of Artemis
What was the original purpose of the leaning tower of Pisa? Bell Tower
What island in San Francisco Bay was the site of an almost escape-proof prison? Alcatraz.
What was the former site of the two temples celcbrating Ramses II and Nefertari, before they were moved because of flooding by the waters of the Aswan High Dam? Abu Simbel
Where is the Valley of the Kings, the scene of a terrorist attack in 1997? Egypt.
What was Ho Chi Minh City before it was called Ho Chi Minh City? Saigon
To the nearest thousand, how many islands does Indonesia have? 13,000
Which country contains the Biblical rivers of the Tigris and the EUPHRATES? Iraq
What was St. Petersburg called for most of the 20th century? Leningrad.
Which country lies to the north of Austria and to the south of Poland? Czech Republic
What name is given to the popular holiday area between Marseille and La Spezia? Riviera
How tall is the Eiffel Tower? 984 feet.
Archaeologists believe they have located the burial site of Boudicca, the British queen who led a bloody revolt against Roman rule in the first century A.D. Where is it? Under Platform 8 of the King's Cross Railway Station in London.
What Middle Eastern country's name includes the name of it's first ruler? Saudi Arabia. Ruler Abd al-Aziz ibn Saud unified his dual kingdoms of Hejaz and Nejd and their dependencies under the name Saudi Arabia in 1932.
What is the name of Moscow's largest department store? GUM
What country has more volcanoes than any other? Indonesia. It has 167 of the 850 active volcanoes known in the world.
Created by: Garveydd