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Based on 2019 arrivals, rank the three countries below in terms of which had more visitors (drag the icons in order from most to least).
There are several countries with two capital cities, but only one country with three. Which is it?
What city is the only one in the world to straddle two continents?
Which American city is home to the germiest of tourist attractions known as the Market Theater Gum Wall?
There are 17 countries in the world that have no rivers running through them at all. Which of the following is one of them?
The largest city in Asia actually has more inhabitants than all of Canada! Which is it?
Nearly ⅔ of the Amazon rainforest lies in which country?
The famous Panama Hat actually comes from which country?
What was the first country in the world to offer special visas for digital nomads (an e-residency program that allows foreign entrepreneurs to license an EU-based online business)?
The shortest commercial flight in the world, which takes under two minutes, is offered in which country?
The work of Antoni Gaudi – oft referred to as one of the greatest architects in history – can be found all over which popular tourist city in Europe?
Match the destination with the world airport code (part 1).
Match the destination with the world airport code (part 2).
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Which country has the highest number of Michelin-starred restaurants?
Which country has the most castles in the world (per square mile)?
Which city has the most skyscrapers in the world?
Santa Claus’ official address is in which country?
Which island nation in the Pacific Ocean is the only country to lie in all four hemispheres?
What is the largest and driest hot desert in the world?
Which Australian city was once named Batmania?
If you have a heartache, which country should you to go to in order to visit the Museum of Broken Relationships?
Which is the only African country to never be under colonial control?
Where will you find the lowest point of dry land in the world, at 420m beneath sea level?
Which country is considered the only Christian nation in Asia?
The largest archipelagic country is made up of 17,504 islands…the most in the world. Which country is it?
The longest roadway in the world spans 19,000 miles. What is it called?
US President George Washington only left the United States once to visit a foreign country. Which Caribbean country did he visit?
When the country of Yugoslavia broke up in the early 1990s, six republics were formed. Which of the following is NOT one of them?
Match the country with its capital city (part 1).
- Buenos Aires
Match the country with its capital city (part 2).
- San Salvador
Which city has the most billionaires in the world?
Which capital city is home to a collection of more than 200 phallic specimens, otherwise known as the Penis Museum?
China takes top spot, so what is the second most populated country in the world?
Which South American country is home to the largest salt deposit in the world?
Which capital city has the most museums?
Which African country is home to both the highest spot on the continent?
Soccer, rugby, cricket, golf, and boxing were all invented in which country?
The UK has Stonehenge…and which US state has Carhenge?
Which country is the most populous in Central Asia?
In which African country will you find the highest ski resort?
There are only a few countries in the world that have never had a McDonald’s. Which of the below is one of them?
Which country has a national slogan of Pura Vida?
Which of the below countries was never used as a filming location for any Star Wars movie?
Which country was the first to ever host the World Cup in 1930?
In 1942, which tiny country made history as the most bombed place on earth?
Match the landmark with its country (part 1).
Fish River Canyon
Match the landmark with its country (part 2).
Temple of Heaven
What is the flattest country in the world?
76 countries of the world drive on the left. Which of the following is NOT one of them?
Mocha – that delicious mix of chocolate and coffee – was named after a port in which country on the Red Sea?
The Seven Summits are the highest mountains of each of the seven traditional continents. Which is NOT one of those mountains?
Rank the three smallest countries in the world below in terms of their physical size (drag them in order from smallest to biggest).
Which country has the most UNESCO World Heritage Sites?
Germany shares a border with 9 other countries. Which of the below is NOT one of them?
What is the world’s tallest waterfall?
Match the country with its currency (part 1).
Match the country with its currency (part 2).
True or False? Antarctica is a desert.
True or False? The USA has more golf courses per capita than any other country in the world.
True or False? Egypt has the biggest pyramids in the world.
True or False? The Eiffel Tower was only meant to be a temporary installation.
True or False? Four US presidents have tried to buy Cuba.
True or False? China has only one time zone.
True or False? The tallest skyscraper in South America is located in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
True or False? Norway has more winter Olympic medals than any other country.
True or False? The official name of Mexico is the United Mexican States.
True or False? The Brooklyn Bridge in New York City is older than the Tower Bridge in London.
True or False? There are more bicycles than people in the Netherlands.
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