Human Geography


20 Questions MCQ Test General Knowledge | Human Geography


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QUESTION: 1

In which city is the landmark, the Wailing Wall?

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QUESTION: 2

Where is the final destination for Muslims taking part in the Hajj pilgrimage?

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QUESTION: 3

In 2010, what percentage of the world's population lived in urban areas ?

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QUESTION: 4
What was Europe's newest country when it was created in 2006?
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QUESTION: 5
At the Millennium, which country had the largest percentage of its people living in rural regions?
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QUESTION: 6
In which city is the Blue Mosque?
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QUESTION: 7
Which is the smallest country in the world by area?
Solution: Vatican City - 0.44 km^2 The world's smallest country is the Vatican, also known as the Holy See.
QUESTION: 8
In 2011, what was the most common male first name in the world?
Solution: More than 7,400 boys were called Muhammad, Mohammed or Mohammad last year. Oliver, the name which officially took the top spot, was only given to 6,949 babies. Muhammad is thought to be the most popular name in the world, given to an estimated 150 million men and boys.
QUESTION: 9
In 2010, which of the following European countries had a population of over 1 million?
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QUESTION: 10
Throughout the 20th century, which of the following countries had the largest population?
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QUESTION: 11
Which French town is a popular destination for Christian pilgrims?
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QUESTION: 12
Which of the following countries has a population of over 1 billion?
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QUESTION: 13
Which country's overseas terrorities include New Caledonia and Réunion?
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QUESTION: 14
In 2010, this city was the world's largest, with a population of 35 million people. Where is it?
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QUESTION: 15
n 2010, which of the following countries had the smallest population?
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QUESTION: 16
In 2010, which European city had the largest population?
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QUESTION: 17
In 2010, which of the following countries had the shortest life expectancy?
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QUESTION: 18

In which city is the Golden Buddha?

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QUESTION: 19
In 2010, Japan had the longest life expectancy in the world. How old could most Japanese people expect to live to?
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QUESTION: 20
At the Millennium, which country had the greatest percentage of its people living in urban areas?
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