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In which country is the most western point of Europe?

Portugal Click to see the answer

Which of these northern European countries is an island?

Iceland

Which of these words comes from the Greek for 'milk'?

Galaxy

Milan is a city in which European country?

Italy

Which of these countries is the smallest by area?

Liechtenstein

Which of these countries lies furthest north in Europe?

Norway

Questions: 9
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The Arc de Triomphe is in which European city?

Paris Click to see the answer

Which of these cities is in the German state of Bavaria?

Munich

Which Italian city is home to the Boboli Gardens?

Florence

Which Greek city held the ancient Olympics?

Olympia

Which of these countries is NOT in Europe?

Greenland

Which of these tiny independent states lies within Rome?

Vatican City

Where does Flamenco dancing come from?

Spain

If you are from Europe you are known as what?

European

If you are from Norway you are known as what?

Norwegian

Questions: 12
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Oslo is the capital of which European country?

Norway Click to see the answer

Which European country is Portugal's only neighbor?

Spain

Stansted is a famous airport in which city?

London

Which country do the Azores Islands belong to?

Portugal

Brittany is part of which country?

France

Which of these places in Europe is an island?

Majorca

If you are from Finland you are known as what?

Finnish

Fjords are found in which country?

Norway

Which European country has a square flag?

Switzerland

Which of these countries is closest to Norway?

Sweden

Which European city has a chicken dish named after it?

Kiev

Which dialect of Spanish is the official language?

Castilian

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Which is the biggest of the Mediterranean's islands?

Sicily Click to see the answer

Which of these mountain ranges is not found in Europe?

Rockies

The Vikings were from what part of Europe?

Scandinavia

The 'Stade de France' is a sport stadium in which city?

Paris

The name of which sea translates to Middle Land?

Mediterranean

Which of these is a major English city?

Nottingham

By which country are the Canary Islands administered?

Spain

Which of these Italian cities lies furthest north?

Venice

LGW is the airport code for which airport?

London Gatwick

What currency is used in many European countries?

Euros

Which Italian city was ruled in the past by 'doges'?

Venice

Which of these countries is not in Europe?

Brazil

To which country does the island of Corfu belong?

Greece

In which city was the Titanic built?

Belfast

Which of these countries lies furthest south in Europe?

Spain

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RyanAir is an airline from which nation?

Ireland Click to see the answer

What is the largest city within the European Union?

London

What are people from Denmark known as?

Danish

What are the Pyrenees in Europe?

Mountains

What is Europe's busiest airport?

Heathrow

Which of these countries is the biggest?

France

Which of these European countries is an island nation?

Ireland

The Champagne region is famed for what type of drink?

Sparkling Wine

The southern tip of Spain is close to what continent?

Africa

Which of these would you not associate with Denmark?

Pasta

Which of these European countries has a Queen?

England

Which of these is a river in Europe?

Thames

What is the national anthem of the UK?

God Save the Queen

Where in Europe is the Anne Frank museum located?

Amsterdam

Which city has the lowest birth rate in the world?

Vatican City

By population, which is the largest state in the EU?

Germany

Which of these countries is in Scandinavia?

Sweden

What is Spain's second city?

Barcelona

If you are from Ukraine you are known as what?

Ukrainian

Which Paris landmark was completed in 1836?

Arc de Triomphe

Which of these is not something you'd visit Rome to see?

Brandenburg Gate

If you are from Switzerland you are known as what?

Swiss

The Louvre Museum is in which European city?

Paris

Big Ben is in which European city?

London

What is the highest point in France?

Mont Blanc

Which of these cities is in Switzerland?

Geneva

In which European city would you find the Sorbonne?

Paris

Which European city has the highest population?

London

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Peugeot cars are from which country?

France Click to see the answer

Which of these countries is the smallest in terms of area?

Vatican City

Which of these European countries had a female leader first?

England

Which of these countries is not part of the Benelux union?

France

Before the introduction of the Euro, what was Italy's currency?

Lira

Which Scandinavian country's national anthem is the catchy 'Der er et yndigt ladn'?

Denmark

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Which of these countries does not use the euro as standard currency?

Great Britain Click to see the answer

In Dutch, what is the meaning of the expression 'Neem me niet kwalijk'?

Excuse me

What is the Swedish word for 'Swedish'?

Svenska

Which vowel has been omitted from this Scandinavian country: SWDN?

E

Tehran is the capital of which country?

Iran

Which of these countries remained neutral in World War II?

Sweden

Audi cars are from which country?

Germany

What in Holland is a 'drop'?

Licorice sweet

Fiat cars are from which country?

Italy

Questions: 12
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Salzburg is in which European country?

Austria Click to see the answer

Marseille and Bordeaux are cities in which European country?

France

Which of these words is an anagram of a European capital city?

Hasten

Northumbria is a region in which country?

UK

Three of these countries are European - spot the odd one out?

Burma

In which Spanish city is the famous fortress, the Alhambra?

Granada

What do the Florentines call Florence?

Firenze

What is the largest city in Turkey?

Istanbul

Lancia cars are from which country?

Italy

Germany's 'Schlieffen Plan' outlined its strategy for what?

World War I

Three of these countries are in Europe - spot the odd one out?

Libya

Which other European capital lies on a similar line of latitude to Prague?

Kiev

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Three of these countries are part of Europe - which one is not?

Rwanda Click to see the answer

Through which two European countries does the River Tagus flow?

Spain and Portugal

Which of these is not a Greek island?

Malta

Which European City is the third most visited by tourists in the world each year?

Paris

Citroen cars are from which country?

France

Which of these colors does not appear in the flag of the UK?

Green

What is the largest country in Europe?

Russia

Which European city was home to the Roman General Julius Caesar?

Rome

Before the introduction of the Euro, what was Germany's currency?

Mark

Hadrian's Wall was built in order to keep which wild men out of the Roman Empire?

The Scots

What is the Polish word for 'Polish'?

Polski

The Basques are native people of France and which other Neighboring country?

Spain

Which of these European countries has the highest population?

Italy

Before the introduction of the Euro, what was France's currency?

Franc

What is the Danish word for 'Danish'?

Dansk

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Which of these countries borders France?

Spain Click to see the answer

Which European city is built on canals?

Amsterdam

In which European country would you find the city of Faro?

Portugal

How many region is Belgium divided into?

3

After Rome, which is the next most populous city in Italy?

Milan

The Champs Elysées is a famous part of which European city?

Paris

Riga is the capital of which country?

Latvia

Ukraine shares a border to the east with what European country?

Russia

Gatwick Airport serves which UK city?

London

Of which country was Beatrix the Queen?

Netherlands

What is the capital of Serbia?

Belgrade

London lies in which part of England?

Southeast

Which country is doubly landlocked in that it is surrounded by landlocked countries?

Liechtenstein

Which of these is a region spreading across Norway, Sweden and Finland?

Lapland

New York and New Jersey were named after places in which European country?

England

Which of these is a British possession on the European continental mainland?

Gibraltar

Which European country's official name is the Hellenic Republic?

Greece

If you're in Spain and somebody says 'llueve', what sort of whether should you expect?

Rain

SEAT cars are from which country?

Spain

Measuring 0.2 square miles, what is the smallest country in Europe?

Vatican City

Which city is the capital of Switzerland?

Bern

Which of these words is an anagram of a European country?

Laity

Lake Como is in which European country?

Italy

Which of these places in Europe would you visit if you wanted to go for a holiday at the seaside?

Benidorm

If you were eating escargots in a French restaurant what would you be eating?

Snails

Tirana is the capital of which country?

Albania

Sofia is the capital of which country?

Bulgaria

Which other country joined the EU at the same time as Bulgaria?

Romania

Which European City is the most visited by tourist each year?

London

Which of these countries is a peninsular?

Greece

France shares a border to the south with which of these European Countries?

Spain

Which of these European capital cities lies on the coast?

Oslo

Which country left the EU in 1985?

Greenland

Approximately what is the population of the Vatican City?

900

Which country is known as Suomi?

Finland

Which wall was the physical manifestation of Europe's 'Iron Curtain'?

Berlin Wall

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Which capital city is served by Tegel airport?

Berlin Click to see the answer

In which European city is the Doge's Palace?

Venice

Sarajevo is the capital of which country?

Bosnia and Herzegovina

To which country does the island of Malta belong?

It's independent

Which of these famous landmarks is in Europe?

Buckingham Palace

In which European city is Schiphol airport?

Amsterdam

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Which Italian city is twinned with Philadelphia?

Florence Click to see the answer

Which of these colors is not on the Irish flag?

Purple

The Camargue is a region on which country?

France

What is the second largest city in Portugal?

Porto

Which of these colors is not on the French flag?

Lilac

Which city in France is famous for its mustard?

Dijon

What is the famous 'Pere Lachaise' in Paris?

Cemetery

Which of these is capital of the Isle of Man?

Douglas

Which of these borders Spain in the north?

France

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The Dordogne is a region on which country?

France Click to see the answer

The Krone is the currency of which country?

Denmark

Uppsala was formerly the capital of which country?

Sweden

The Australian city of Perth is on which river?

Swan

Lillehammer is located in which European country?

Norway

What is Lascaux in southern France famous for?

Ancient cave paintings

What is the second biggest city in Belgium?

Antwerp

Ulan Bator is the capital of which country?

Mongolia

Which of these countries does not border Hungary?

Bulgaria

Which country did Edvard Benes co-found in 1919?

Czechoslovakia

Which of these European airports is the busiest?

Edinburgh

Which of these places in Scotland is not a city?

Paisley

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Which country is not part of Scandinavia?

Finland Click to see the answer

Which of these airports does not serve London?

Schiphol

Which of these islands does not belong to Spain?

Rhodes

Haggis is a foodstuff associated in which country?

Scotland

In which European country is the city of Aragon?

Spain

The Stadio Olimpico is in which Italian city?

Rome

Lake Windermere is in which European country?

England

The Forint is the currency of which country?

Hungary

Which Balkan country is shaped like horseshoe?

Croatia

The Uffizi Gallery is in which Italian city?

Florence

Where in Europe is the world's oldest casino?

Monte Carlo

The Algarve is a region on which country?

Portugal

Which European country is famous for its fjords?

Norway

Lake Maggiore is in which European country?

Italy

Which French city is twinned with Dallas, Texas?

Dijon

Which is the westernmost capital city in Europe?

Reykjavik

In which country is Europe's southernmost point?

Spain

Which of these cities is the capital of Slovakia?

Bratislava

Which of these European countries is the largest?

France

Peking was the former name for which city?

Beijing

Which Nicolas was President of France in 2009?

Sarkozy

Which British colony is claimed by Spain?

Gibraltar

What is the Dutch town of Edam world famous for?

Cheese

Krakow was formerly the capital of which country?

Poland

What is Delft in Holland famous for producing?

Pottery

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