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Where on Earth?

written by: Aeria
 
These famous landmarks are a must to visit and experience. We have all heard about them, but do you know where they are located? Answer these trivia questions by picking the correct location for each landmark, from the multiple choices.

Question 1:


Although Angel Falls bear the notion of something angelic, the phenomenon is named after Jimmy Angel, a barnstorming pilot from Missouri, who has become a modern legend.
Venezuela
Argentina
Panama
Equador

Question 2:


Mount Fuji is a nearly perfectly shaped volcano. It has been worshipped as a sacred mountain.
China
Thailand
Japan
Malaysia

Question 3:


Mount Everest was formed some 50 million years ago. It rises a few meters each year because of geological forces. On the border between which two countries is this mount situated?
Sumatra and China
Thailand and Nepal
China and Nepal
Nepal and India

Question 4:


From forest to desert, the Grand Canyon has the most extreme nature climate.
Mexico
Brazil
Canada
USA

Question 5:


Through thousands of years in existence, Niagara Falls has been eroding at a rate of 4 feet (1.5 meters) per year.
Canada
Argentina
Mexico
Equador

Question 6:


The name of mount Kilimanjaro comes from Swahili and means "the mountain that glitters."
Uruguai
Zambia
Tanzania
Zimbabwe

Question 7:


The Great Barrier Reef consists of many colonies of corals. That is why it is sometimes referred to as the largest living animal in the world.
Armenia
Austria
Australia
Anrgentina

Question 8:


Krakatoa volcano caused the most violent volcanic eruption recorded in world's history. In 1883, it destroyed 75 % of the territory of its island.
Surinam
Malaysia
Thailand
Indonesia

Question 9:


Local Batonga people had named Victoria Falls Mosi-Oa-Tunya, which stands for “the smoke that thunders”.
Malawi
Mozambique
Zimbabwe
Namibia

Question 10:


The scientific name for the Northern Lights phenomenon is “Aurora Borealis". They are often mistaken for UFOs. Where do they happen?
In Newfoundlend
In the southern part of our planet
In the northern part of our planet
On the Equator

 


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