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A map of the then known world in the 3rd century BCE, by Eratosthenes from Libya, includes Libya, Egypt and part of Europe, together with land as far east as India and Sri-Lanka (Ceylon) and as far west and north as what?

A
Ireland, Britain and Thule
B
Spain and Portugal
C
Finland
D
The Pyrenees
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2

Kaliningrad on the Baltic Sea is bordered by Poland and which other country or countries?

A
Germany
B
Russia and Estonia
C
Lithuania
D
Belarus
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3

What distinction does the Republic of Uzbekistan share with the Principality of Liechtenstein?

A
Although landlocked it maintains a Naval Force
B
It has suspended its membership of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO)
C
Its military budget is over 80% of its GDP
D
It is double-landlocked
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4

Llama, vicuña, guanaco and alpaca are native to where?

A
Bhutan
B
Tibet
C
Highlands in South America
D
Alpine country in New Zealand
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5

Which river, 210 miles long, whose principal tributaries are the Wye, Avon and Teme, empties into the Bristol channel?

A
Tyne
B
Severn
C
Derwent
D
Trent
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6

Where are the Trossachs?

A
Stirling, Scotland
B
Fife, Scotland
C
Thuringia, Germany
D
Otago, New Zealand
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7

The Western Ghats run down the coast of which country?

A
Saudi Arabia
B
China
C
India
D
Pakistan
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