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Europe is often called the birthplace of Western Civilization. It is home to famous castles, cathedrals, fortresses, and landmarks. How much do you know about enchanting Europe?
1,280 European Geography quizzes and 17,920 European Geography trivia questions.
  Landlocked Countries in Europe    
Collection Quiz
 14 Qns
Out of 50 sovereign states in Europe, there are 15 countries which are landlocked.
Easier, 14 Qns, sw11, Nov 24 23
sw11 gold member
Nov 24 23
617 plays
  Find Me in Europe   great trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Europe is an extremely diverse area of the world with numerous attractions. In this quiz, we will revisit some attractions from European countries. Play this quiz and have fun.
Average, 10 Qns, masfon, Mar 20 23
masfon gold member
Mar 20 23
2550 plays
  Like a Bridge Over Troubled Water    
Label Quiz
 10 Qns
Many bridges can be found in Europe, linking people, areas and ideas. Here, a selection of ten is featured. Can you correctly place them on the map? Enjoy!
Very Easy, 10 Qns, DeepHistory, Feb 06 24
Very Easy
DeepHistory gold member
Feb 06 24
857 plays
Europe Destination Paradise
  Europe: Destination Paradise!    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Let's take a vacation around the beautiful continent of Europe. A variety of locations will be visited. Bon Voyage!
Easier, 10 Qns, dcpddc478, Jul 25 22
Recommended for grades: 7,8,9
Jul 25 22
1488 plays
Visiting Transnistria
  Visiting Transnistria   popular trivia quiz  
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
You decide to go on a vacation. You pick up a dart and throw it at a world appears you are going to Transnistria! Come take the quiz and see some of the places you may visit while there.
Easier, 10 Qns, stephgm67, Mar 30 22
stephgm67 gold member
Mar 30 22
271 plays
Trivially European
  Trivially European    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Every country has its unusual and/or historical sites, and many of them have also become popular visitor attractions. Let's take a look at some of these from around Europe.
Tough, 10 Qns, EnglishJedi, Oct 14 15
EnglishJedi gold member
835 plays
  I'm Where In Europe - I    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I give you the names of four places, located all in the same country. Do you know what country that is?
Average, 10 Qns, Vermic, May 25 16
8821 plays
  European Geography - Some Basics   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A few basic facts about Europe. Test your knowledge and have fun!
Tough, 10 Qns, bloomsby, Oct 20 21
bloomsby gold member
Oct 20 21
8579 plays
After All Its Only a Part of Europe
  After All, It's Only a Part of Europe    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
Welcome to Europe, or at least, just ten of the many wonderful and unique of its places. I wish you a pleasant stay. Enjoy!
Average, 10 Qns, DeepHistory, Jun 18 15
DeepHistory gold member
1278 plays
Extreme Locations of Mainland Europe
  Extreme Locations of Mainland Europe    
Photo Quiz
 10 Qns
How well do you know the ups and downs and highs and lows of mainland Europe? Take this quiz and find out.
Average, 10 Qns, Joepetz, May 25 15
Joepetz gold member
673 plays
trivia question Quick Question
The Sea of Marmara is a small sea that is completely enclosed in the borders of just one country. Which country?

From Quiz "The Seas of Europe"

  The European Connection   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I will give you three locations of interest, and you need to guess in which European country these places can be found.
Average, 10 Qns, Plodd, Jun 28 16
2359 plays
  Geography of Europe   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a quiz on the geography of Europe. I hope you like it.
Average, 10 Qns, Danaka10, Nov 16 11
4957 plays
  European Seas    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Can you match these ten seas in Europe to their geographical descriptions?
Easier, 10 Qns, qrayx, Jan 04 22
Recommended for grades: 8,9,10,11,12
Jan 04 22
436 plays
  Pot Pourri of European Countries   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a general mixture of questions relating to European countries.
Average, 10 Qns, sunfloweruk23, May 24 17
4969 plays
  Pottering Across Europe   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
JK Rowling's 'Harry Potter' series mentioned a range of locations across Europe - this quiz simply challenges you to identify them. (No 'Potter' knowledge is needed to answer this quiz but it may or may not help!)
Average, 10 Qns, Fifiona81, Mar 04 15
Fifiona81 editor
590 plays
  Sweden or Switzerland?   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Non-Europeans often mix up Sweden and Switzerland. Here is your chance to see how much you can distinguish between these two European countries!
Average, 10 Qns, erland, Feb 16 21
Feb 16 21
4651 plays
  Dropping Anchor in Europe   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The Four Winds have decided to visit various European port cities for the next leg of the Amazing Trivia Race 2.
Average, 10 Qns, lones78, Mar 16 14
lones78 gold member
1846 plays
  Basic European Geography    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
How much do you know about this great continent?
Average, 15 Qns, moebious, Mar 05 14
6927 plays
  European Enclaves and Microstates    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz takes a tour around some of the smaller European states and territories. Let's see what you know.
Average, 10 Qns, suomy, Mar 29 15
447 plays
  Around Europe From Tree to Tree   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Come with me on a journey around Europe to investigate some forests. We won't actually look at every tree, unless you really want to.
Average, 10 Qns, rossian, Feb 23 18
rossian editor
Feb 23 18
726 plays
  The European Connection [2]   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here is my second quiz about three locations of interest. All you need to do is guess in which European country these places can be found.
Average, 10 Qns, Plodd, Mar 29 15
705 plays
  One More Mountain to Climb    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Europe is a continent of many countries and many mountains. Can you match the countries with their highest peaks?
Average, 10 Qns, andymuenz, Mar 29 15
andymuenz gold member
695 plays
  The Seas of Europe   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
There are many seas that lap the coasts of Europe. Some are big, but most are smaller. Can you answer ten questions about them?
Average, 10 Qns, ozzz2002, Feb 27 15
ozzz2002 gold member
756 plays
  Sealand Ahoy! - The World's Smallest Principality?   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
In 1967, Sealand declared its sovereignty as an independent state. That claim has never been proved nor challenged in a court of law. Here's a quiz dedicated to this fascinating micro-nation.
Average, 10 Qns, glendathecat, Mar 15 10
687 plays
  Do You Know Europe?    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Do you think you know everything there is to know about Europe? Lets find out!
Average, 10 Qns, pia_fraus, Nov 04 10
6588 plays
  Journey through Belgium and the Netherlands   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
We're going on holiday, travelling around the Low Countries by rail. At each stop, I'll describe the city, and you tell me where we are.
Average, 15 Qns, riotgrrl, Aug 02 20
Aug 02 20
2202 plays
  The Eurovision Song Contest - FunTrivia Edition!    
Multiple Choice
 20 Qns
Grab your flags and Terry Wogan, because FunTrivia is going Eurovision! Flynn, Blethar, Maggie, Peach, and EmJ will each deliver four cheesy entries, but can you bear it? Big thanks to MaggieG5, Poisonpeach, emj23 and Blethar for their consent!
Average, 20 Qns, Flynn_17, Aug 18 23
Aug 18 23
1380 plays
  European Countries & More    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Yes, another quiz about Europe! I hope you will have fun anyway. If you want more, try the CIA World Factbook.
Average, 10 Qns, blackbirdtoo, May 12 23
May 12 23
4176 plays
  A Meander through your mind - file marked "Europe"    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Think you know your Europe, do you? Well, if you've dined in Dnepropetrovsk or spent a fun night in Bergen, then this could be the quiz for you.
Average, 10 Qns, KrivoyRog, Jun 11 23
Jun 11 23
1999 plays
  Europe: Odd One Out    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Each question will be about a different aspect of European geography. All you have to do is pick the option that doesn't fit. Enjoy!
Average, 10 Qns, timence, Dec 29 17
timence gold member
Dec 29 17
854 plays
  I'm Where In Europe - II    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I give you the names of four places, located all in the same country. Do you know what country that is?
Average, 10 Qns, Vermic, Mar 17 14
5498 plays
  The Continent of Europe    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz is all about the continent of Europe. Have fun!
Average, 10 Qns, mattc333, Sep 20 18
Sep 20 18
3916 plays
  More Europe Stuff    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Europe has been rapidly changing the last few decades. A look at its present-day map shows up old oddities, new changes, and confusing details. A good reason to update one's knowledge of the rejuvenated Old World.
Tough, 10 Qns, flem-ish, Jun 21 11
2543 plays
  Seas of Europe    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A quiz on some of the less common seas of Europe and their geographical location.
Average, 10 Qns, mdoelc4, Mar 15 23
Mar 15 23
1305 plays
  Largest Countries in Area    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Decide which of the European countries has the greatest area.
Tough, 10 Qns, Ryan26, Jun 02 14
1829 plays
  Peninsulas of Europe    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I'll ask you some questions about Europe and its peninsulas, and you'll have to answer. Good luck!
Average, 10 Qns, blackandgreen, Jun 09 14
411 plays
  European Records    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
10 questions, 10 answers, 100 points - and that's it!
Average, 10 Qns, Bino1984, Jun 27 18
Jun 27 18
2328 plays
  Facts about Europe    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
You cannot study history or understand the daily news without having a good look at WHERE things happened or are happening.So a quiz on 'places' might be a useful mental training. - Test yourself.
Difficult, 10 Qns, flem-ish, Jan 17 13
2642 plays
  Europe, for Europhiles    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Think you know Europe well? Take this quiz and see how much you really know!
Difficult, 10 Qns, Fivehouse, Oct 13 22
Oct 13 22
3377 plays
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European Geography Trivia Questions

1. Which forest in the south of England was designated by William I as a royal forest, mainly for the hunting of deer?

From Quiz
Around Europe From Tree to Tree

Answer: New Forest

The New Forest is located primarily in Hampshire, although parts of it reach into Wiltshire and Dorset. William I (the Conqueror) chose the area for his hunt, not without some controversy since several settlements were destroyed in its creation. The Domesday Book records it as 'Nova Foresta' in 1086. Two of the king's sons met their demise in the forest - Richard of Normandy and William II (Rufus) both died in hunting accidents many years apart. Sherwood Forest is in the Midlands, in Nottinghamshire, the (Royal) Forest of Dean is in Gloucestershire and Delamere Forest is in Cheshire, in the northern part of England.

2. A microstate is a sovereign state with either a small population, a small land area, or both. This religious one is a walled territory with the smallest area of any independent European state. In which country will you find it?

From Quiz European Enclaves and Microstates

Answer: Italy

The Vatican City is the state described in the question. It is in Rome, capital of Italy, and has an economy based on the sale of stamps, publications, tourist goods, museum fees and Peter's Pence (a voluntary donation made by Roman Catholics throughout the world). It has been in existence as an independent state since 1929 when Mussolini signed the Lateran Treaty on behalf of the Italian king.

3. The tallest mountain in Europe is Mount Elbrus. Which large country is it located in?

From Quiz One More Mountain to Climb

Answer: Russia

Mount Elbrus is located in the European section of Russia. Its highest peak was first climbed in 1874, making it the first of the seven continents' highest peaks to be climbed. Mount Elbrus is considered an inactive volcano. It has been known since ancient times and is believed to be the mountain that Prometheus was tied to in Greek mythology after he gave fire to man.

4. Where in Europe could you find Salzkammergut, Wachau Valley and the Semmering Railway?

From Quiz The European Connection [2]

Answer: Austria

Salzkammergut, Wachau and the Semmering Railway are all Austrian UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The scenic alpine region of Salzkammergut lies to the east of Salzburg. Wachau is a pretty region with historic towns along the Danube Valley. The Semmering Railway completed in 1854 links Gloggnitz and Murzzuschlag in the east of the country.

5. The Mediterranean is the largest sea to border continental Europe. There are over 3,000 islands in this body of water, and the two largest both belong to one country. Which country is that?

From Quiz The Seas of Europe

Answer: Italy

Sicily is the largest island, and Sardinia is slightly smaller. Both also border on the Tyrrhenian Sea, as does the French island of Corsica.

6. This small municipality in Aland, Finland, has the oldest surviving wooden church in the area, dating back to the 1720s. What is the name of this municipality, with the main village being Klemetsby?

From Quiz Dropping Anchor in Europe

Answer: Lumparland

Whilst sounding like it is straight from part of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory, Lumparland most definitely isn't! The municipality is located on the edge of a water-filled impact crater, which is estimated to be a billion years old. Lumparland is also known as Lumparlanti. Helsinki and Oulu are both port cities in Finland, Oulu is on the west coast and Helsinki on the southeast. Lumparland is within the group of islands to the southwest of the country. Oslo is in Norway.

7. What is the largest peninsula in Europe in terms of area?

From Quiz Peninsulas of Europe

Answer: Scandinavian Peninsula

With a length of 1,850 kilometers and width varying from 370 to 805 km., the Scandinavian Peninsula is the largest in Europe. The name is said to derive from the term Scandinavia, which refers to the cultural region of Norway, Sweden and Denmark. However, modern-day Denmark actually is a part of a separate peninsula, named Jutland. Today, the Scandinavian Peninsula covers Norway, Sweden and north Finland.

8. Where in Europe would you find Picos de Europa, Tower of Hercules and Alhambra?

From Quiz The European Connection

Answer: Spain

Picos de Europa is a national park and mountain range in northern Spain. The Tower of Hercules is a Roman-built lighthouse in northwestern Spain, and is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Alhambra is a fortified Moorish palace in the city of Granada in southern Spain.

9. Sealand is located on a disused fort (a sea platform), six miles from the Eastern coastline of the UK. Approximately how big is the principality?

From Quiz Sealand Ahoy! - The World's Smallest Principality?

Answer: 168 feet by 88 feet

The fort was constructed during the Second World War and positioned on the Rough Sands sandbar in 1943. It was part of Britain's anti-aircraft protection. During the war it would have housed between 200 and 300 personnel. The last of these was evacuated in 1956.

10. The sea lying just north of Iceland, and between the islands of Greenland and Svalbard (Norway) is known as what? (named after an island)

From Quiz Seas of Europe

Answer: Greenland Sea

The Greenland Sea is the Arctic Ocean's main outlet to the Atlantic. It is often frozen over so navigation is limited. It is about 465,000 square miles of surface area, and considered the northern branch of the Norwegian Sea.

11. In February 1945, Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin met at this town on the Black Sea. What was the town called?

From Quiz A Meander through your mind - file marked "Europe"

Answer: Yalta

Germany was close to defeat when the three leaders met to discuss what would happen as and when the war finally ended. A decision was made to divide Germany up between them as, at that time, the British and American forces were advancing on Berlin from the West and the Russian Army was closing in from the East.

12. How do the areas of Sweden and Switzerland compare?

From Quiz Sweden or Switzerland?

Answer: The area of Sweden is more than double the area of Switzerland

The area of Sweden is 444,964 km2, and the area of Switzerland is 41,293 km2. The population of Sweden is only slightly greater than the population of Switzerland (9.0 millions vs 7.3 millions), but Switzerland has a much greater population density than Sweden.

13. Which city's name is Gaelic for Black Pool?

From Quiz Pot Pourri of European Countries

Answer: Dublin

Gaelic: dubh linn. Dublin is capital of the Republic of Ireland. It is a port on the mouth of the river Liffey and is the site of one of the largest breweries in the world (Guinness).

14. This Belgian city, if you take away the throngs of tourists, looks much as it did five hundred years ago. Let's visit the 12th century beguinage and 12th century St John's hospital. Can you remind me which city this is?

From Quiz Journey through Belgium and the Netherlands

Answer: Bruges

Bruges (Brugge) must surely be the only city in the world where the longbow archer's guild is still a major attraction! The chapel of the Holy Blood is also unmissable, although the relic inside is extremely unlikely to actually contain Christ's blood. The best of all Bruges, though, is right in the centre: the cloth hall and belfry on the Grote Markt.

15. In which Spanish city is the Alhambra palace located?

From Quiz Basic European Geography

Answer: Granada

The Alhambra palace, a great example of Muslim architecture, was the last fortress to be conquered by the Spanish rulers in the 15th century.

16. Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. What are they?

From Quiz Do You Know Europe?

Answer: Baltic states

17. One of the newer capitals in the Post-Soviet Europe is Chisinau. This is the capital of which country?

From Quiz More Europe Stuff

Answer: Moldova

Slavonia does not exist as a country.

18. In which Scandinavian country would you find the city Goteborg?

From Quiz The Continent of Europe

Answer: Sweden

Goteborg is the second-largest city in Sweden.

19. Krakow - Wroclaw - Gdansk - Zakopane

From Quiz I'm Where In Europe - II

Answer: Poland

20. What river flows through Warsaw, Poland?

From Quiz Europe, for Europhiles

Answer: Vistula

The Vistula is known as the Wisla in Polish.

21. Which European country, with a coastline on the Black Sea, contains the historical region of Transylvania (of 'Dracula' fame)?

From Quiz Pottering Across Europe

Answer: Romania

Romania is a nation in central south-eastern Europe. The historic region of Transylvania coincides with central areas of the country, and includes the cities of Cluj, Brasov and Sibiu. The modern boundaries of the nation were drawn up as part of the peace settlement following the Second World War and include several areas (particularly in the central region) where a large proportion of the population are ethnic Hungarians. Romania's Black Sea coastline gives it important strategic access to the Mediterranean Sea and the tourist industry focused there is also important to the country's economy. Romania gets a mention early on in the 'Harry Potter' series as Harry's best friend, Ron Weasley, has an elder brother called Charlie living there. Charlie works with dragons and is therefore the obvious person to help re-home Hagrid's baby dragon, Norbert. The rapidly growing example of a Norwegian Ridgeback later turned out to be a girl, and was renamed Norberta. The incorrect options are all countries with Black Sea coastlines.

22. The palm forest of Vai, claimed to be the largest palm forest in Europe, can be found on which Mediterranean island?

From Quiz Around Europe From Tree to Tree

Answer: Crete

Vai is located on the north eastern tip of Crete, and was originally popularised by the hippy generation in the 1970s. The forest comprises a particular type of palm, unsurprisingly called the Cretan Date Palm - scientific name Phoenix theophrasti. The location of the forest, bordering a sandy beach, means it is very popular with tourists. Of the other options, only Sardinia is described as being in the Mediterranean. Hvar is in the Adriatic Sea and Corfu is in the Ionian Sea and, while both seas are branches of the Mediterranean, the more specific names are used for the seas surrounding these islands.

23. Campione d'Italia is an exclave of Italy. It is a part of Italy completely surrounded by another country and is some 14 kilometres by road from the nearest Italian town. Which country surrounds this piece of Italy?

From Quiz European Enclaves and Microstates

Answer: Switzerland

Only some 1.6 square kilometres in area and less than a kilometre from the rest of Italy at its closest, Campione d'Italia is surrounded by the mountains of the Swiss canton of Ticino. Italian is the sole official language in this Swiss canton. Campione started off as a Roman garrison, and it turned down the opportunity to join the Swiss Confederation in 1814. In turn, the town's request in 1848 to be annexed by the Swiss was turned down. Quirks of the town include the Swiss Franc being legal tender and phoning from Italy requires an international call (unless you are calling the town hall). Here you will also find a casino, the town's biggest employer which exploits lax gaming laws.

24. Mont Blanc is a well-known mountain that also happens to contain the highest point in France and which other country?

From Quiz One More Mountain to Climb

Answer: Italy

Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in the Alps and the highest in Western Europe. The peak is in France near enough to the Italian border that no other mountain in Italy is higher. It is actually in three countries: France, Italy, and Switzerland. However, the peak is far enough away from the Swiss border that it is not the tallest mountain in that country. Mont Blanc was first ascended in 1786, three years before the French Revolution, making it one of the first high mountains to be conquered. Chamonix, site of the first Winter Olympics in 1924, is located on Mont Blanc.

25. In which European country can Lascaux Caves, Giverny and Vimy Ridge be found?

From Quiz The European Connection [2]

Answer: France

Lascaux in the Dordogne region of France is the site of Palaeolithic cave paintings. Giverny, in northern France, is the home of Claude Monet's garden where he took much inspiration for his paintings. Vimy Ridge can be found in the north of France. It is a large monument commemorating the Canadian soldiers lost during the battle for Vimy Ridge in World War I.

26. The Aegean Sea is part of the eastern Mediterranean Sea. It touches only two countries, one of which is Turkey. What is the other one?

From Quiz The Seas of Europe

Answer: Greece

The southern limit of the Aegean is the Greek island of Crete. Most of the famed Greek islands are dotted throughout its waters.

27. Which port city located on the island of Cyprus contains ruins of the ancient kingdom Kition and is believed to have derived its name from the numerous sarcophagi found there?

From Quiz Dropping Anchor in Europe

Answer: Larnaca

Larnaca is located in the southern part of Cyprus and is the third largest city in the country following Nicosia and Limassol. It is home to the country's busiest airport. In ancient Greece, a larnax was a small type of coffin containing human remains. The plural form, larnakes, has given the city its name due to the large number of sarcophagi found there. The Kition kingdom was founded in the 13th century BC in the southern part of present day Cyprus.

28. How many countries lie entirely on the Balkan Peninsula (including Kosovo)? Note: To answer the question correctly, consider only the countries' mainland territories, as islands are not included in this separation.

From Quiz Peninsulas of Europe

Answer: 7

The seven countries are Greece, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo. Croatia and Serbia are mostly located on the Peninsula too, but they also have territories outside the Balkans. Countries that are located mostly outside the Balkans, but are only partially situated on it, include Turkey, Italy, Romania and Slovenia.

29. In which European country can Circus Maximus, Pitti Palace and the Adda River be located?

From Quiz The European Connection

Answer: Italy

Circus Maximus is an ancient stadium in Rome, used for chariot racing and other entertainment. The Pitti Palace, or Palazzo Pitti, is a Renaissance palace in Florence once owned by the Medici family. The Adda River in northern Italy is a tributary of the river Po and runs into Lake Como.

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