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Can You Get 100% On This European Geography Quiz?

The continent of Europe is rich in history when it comes to the capitals and countries contained within the continent. Some of the most wondrous landmarks on Earth exist in Europe. Take this quiz and see how much you know about the geography of Europe.

This magnificent city is known for the Manneken Pis. Which country produces monastery beer?

Bruges

Prague

Brussels

Bucharest

Brussels
Who would have imagined that the symbol of a capital city would be a monument of a young kid urinating while naked? But the Manneken Pis is just that for the Belgian capital. However, don’t move too quickly; Brussels is more than just one tiny statue. The Grand Place, an astounding collection of 17th-century structures covered in gold gilding, is just around the corner. Following a day of touring, you may quench your thirst with free-flowing Belgian beer (and quite often, made by monks).

This city on the Atlantic Ocean is located in the EU member state with the longest unbroken border.

Lisbon

Dublin

Oslo

Madrid

Lisbon
A continuous 754-mile border separates Lisbon, Portugal, from Madrid, Spain.

This city served as the Austro-Hungarian Empire’s capital from 1867 to 1918 and was once the biggest German-speaking metropolis in the world.

Prague

Vienna

Budapest

Berlin

Vienna
Berlin has overtaken Vienna in terms of population, yet Vienna continues to hold sway as Austria’s capital.

This European metropolis is equally stunning, even though it isn’t one of the country’s most well-known cities like Split or Dubrovnik. Identify the seaside city.

Zagreb

Prague

Sarajevo

London

Zagreb
Croatia’s capital Zagreb, along with many of the country’s other coastal cities, are picture-perfect because the country is a gem. Zagreb is a city where you can relax with a cup of coffee at a cafe and just people-watch with its cathedral spires, cobblestone streets, and vibrant roofs. The tranquil walking city of pop-up markets, with its art deco and neo-baroque buildings, is actually quite alive and vibrant.

This little country, wedged between France and Spain, calls the Pyrenees home. What fun-sized nation is that?

Monaco

San Marino

Liechtenstein

Andorra

Andorra
Remember Andorra, too. Andorra is one of the tiniest nations in Europe, bordered by France to the east and north and Spain to the south and west. Andorra, which is situated among the southern Pyrenees peaks, is entirely made up of mountain valleys and streams, two of which occupy around a tenth of the nation’s total geographical area.

The Eiffel Tower beams “bonjour” from every street. Where is the “city of love’s” capitol located?

London

Milan

Paris

Madrid

Paris
If you’re a hopeless romantic, you probably have a daydream about taking a leisurely stroll along the Seine while sipping wine and nibbling cheese while waiting for a handsome stranger to say “bonjour.” Paris, the capital of France, was created on love. It does not dissapoint, being home to the Louvre and Notre Dame Cathedral as well as being surrounded by the Eiffel Tower.

The wall between the East and West of this nation’s capital city was torn down in 1991 after a cry of “Mr. Gorbachev, pull down this wall!”

Frankfurt

Berlin

Beijing

Jerusalem

Berlin
provided by the U.S. With relation to the Berlin Wall that divided East from West Berlin, President Ronald Reagan delivered his infamous “Tear down this wall” address to Mikhail Gorbachev, General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, in 1987. Since 1961, the city had been split. The city rejoiced in 1991 when the wall was eventually pulled down and the Iron Curtain collapsed. Parts of the wall in the capital are still there today as a reminder of how conflict separates us.

The Louvre, the most visited museum in the world, is located in this city, which is the most populous in the European Union.

Amsterdam

Paris

Brussels

Bern

Paris
With almost 10 million inhabitants, Paris is the biggest metropolis in the EU.

There are no detours from this European capital. Identify the “everlasting city.”

Moscow

Rome

Paris

London

Rome
The Roman Empire made sure that “all roads led to Rome,” as the saying goes. And praise the stars that they did. The “eternal city” has a lot to offer visitors, including the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, the Trevi Fountain, Vatican City, the Spanish Steps, and many more. Rome, after all, wasn’t constructed overnight.

The annual Nobel Prize ceremony is held in this city, which also happens to be the capital of Sweden and the most populated city in the Nordic region.

Copenhagen

Helsinki

Stockholm

Reykjavik

Stockholm
Around one in four Swedes reside in the metropolitan region of Stockholm, which has a population of over 2 million.

This country occupies the majority of the Iberian Peninsula and is divided from Morocco by the Strait of Gibraltar. Identify the space hog.

France

Portugal

Spain

Sweden

Spain
In fact, it takes only 30 minutes to get from a port in Spain to one in Morocco. That is how near together these two nations are! However, we’re not sure if you’ll be able to disengage. Spain is a delight for travelers since it is full of mountains, plateaus, stunning beaches, and islands.

Who knew there were so many landlocked nations? Prior to its fall in World War I, this mountainous interior country was one of Europe’s leading powers.

Austria

Germany

Slovakia

Poland

Austria
Only 8.7 million people and a small portion of Austria’s original territory remain today. It has nine federated states and Vienna as its capital.

What city’s capital, dubbed “Phoenix City,” sprang from the ashes and is home to an Old Town that is a UNESCO World Heritage site

Warsaw

Krakow

Vilnius

Kyiv

Warsaw
Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is known as “Phoenix City” because to the extensive renovation it underwent following World War II. You may access Old Town—the entire area is a UNESCO World Heritage site—by crossing a bridge over the Vistula River. The architecture and the spirit of the market stalls in this charming capital are infused with the city’s complex history.

This country, in the heart of Central Europe, was originally the residence of Bohemia. What hipster refuge is that?

Slovakia

Poland

Italy

Czech Republic

Czech Republic
Not originating from Portland, bohemians. Bohemia, a historical territory historically controlled and possessed by Bohemian rulers, is located in the Czech Republic. The Carpathians are one of the several mountain ranges that surround the country’s undulating hills.

This place is perfect for Cruella de Vil. What picturesque country has a shoreline with a dog breed as its name?

Italy

Croatia

Greece

Bulgaria

Croatia
Did you know that Croatians created the first Dalmatians? The Dalmatian Coast on the Adriatic Sea, where the dogs were initially bred, inspired the name of the dog breed. This coast is home to the cities of Split and Dubrovnik, the latter of which served as the picturesque King’s Landing filming site for Game of Thrones.

This seaside capital is renowned for its liberal regulations, which permit prostitutes and the use of marijuana.

Stockholm

Amsterdam

Berlin

Madrid

Amsterdam
The oldest stock exchange in the world is located in Amsterdam.

This little nation, which is bordered by France, is both one of the richest and most populous nations on earth. Over $3 million can buy you a one-bedroom condo!

San Marino

Monaco

Vatican City

Luxembourg

Monaco
Monaco has a permanent population of more than 38,000 while being less than one square mile in size. It is the second-smallest nation on earth.

You may utilize the Giant’s Causeway to go across the ocean to this island country. What Gaelic nation is that?

United Kingdom

Ireland

Denmark

Sweden

Ireland
Ireland has a long history, and as a result, the island is split between the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom. It is believed that a giant fleeing from another giant demolished the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland, which is a part of the United Kingdom (as they do). Of course, there are also many less obscure treasures in the Republic of Ireland, such as the Wicklow Mountains, the Cliffs of Moher, and the Ring of Kerry.

A Chunnel connects this island nation to France, which is so near by.

Spain

Belgium

Monaco

United Kingdom

United Kingdom
The United Kingdom, which consists of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, is encircled by waterways such as the English Channel, North Sea, Atlantic Ocean, and Celtic Sea. The Channel Tunnel, sometimes known as the “Chunnel,” spans the English Channel to link the UK with France.

This third-largest nation in terms of landmass is linked to Denmark by a bridge-tunnel that spans the resund to the southern city of Malmö.

Iceland

Finland

Greenland

Sweden

Sweden
Stockholm serves as the capital of Sweden, which is the biggest nation in Northern Europe. In 2000, the bridge-tunnel between Sweden and Denmark opened to traffic.

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