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Geography Quiz #90

Geography Quiz for 3 October 2010

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Which of these is a natural area of roughly 16 square km (6.2 squ miles), which is 5 km (3.1 miles) west of Tuktoyaktuk, Canada, in a coastal region of the Arctic Ocean, which contains approximately 1,350 Arctic ice dome hills?

A
Pingo National Landmark
B
Kluane National Park and Reserve
C
Prince Albert National Park
D
Pukaskwa National Park
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2

Which of these African cities is the most northerly?

A
Addis Abbaba
B
Alexandria
C
Nairobi
D
Khartoum
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3

Where is the Tropic of Cancer currently?

Note: This question was updated in May 2022
A
66° 33' south of the equator
B
23° 26′ south of the equator
C
66° 33′ north of the equator
D
23° 26′ north of the equator
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4

What is the name of the island of land in the East End of London that is bounded on three sides by one of the largest meanders in the River Thames, with the West India Docks to the north?

Note: This question was updated in December 2022
A
Canvey Island
B
Cowes
C
Isle of Dogs
D
Eel Pie Island
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5

What is the world's second largest continent?

A
Asia
B
Antarctica
C
North America
D
Africa
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6

What is changed at Buckingham Palace regularly, that is a tourist attraction?

A
Minds
B
Nappies
C
The guard
D
Sheets
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7

Which of these is an island holiday destination and a type of shorts?

A
Corfu
B
Tasmania
C
Crete
D
Bermuda
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