Can You Answer These Real Jeopardy! Questions About Geography?
Do you consider yourself a worldly whiz when it comes to geography trivia? We curated a pop quiz of an assortment of geography questions from the Jeopardy! archives to see if you are a world class geography genius. Good luck!
Answer: What is Yellowstone Lake?
Yellowstone Lake, the subject of this September 13, 2001 question, is the largest lake at high elevation in North America, however, Lake Tahoe is larger at a lower elevation. Learn about 15 more of the most naturally colorful places on the planet to ace your next trivia game.
“Harlem,” sometimes called “A Dream Deferred,” is probably the most famous poem by this man.
This capital that shares its name with its country lies about 12 miles inland from Italy’s Adriatic coast.
Answer: What is San Marino?
San Marino, the answer to this July 24, 2017 question, is one of the world’s tiniest and oldest republics that you never knew existed. It’s not technically Italy, however, a day trip from Florence or Bologna is a breeze.
Answer: What is Boise?
Don’t feel bad if you got this answer to the question that aired on May 13, 2008 incorrect. Football is one of the Jeopardy! categories that stump the most contestants.
Not far from the resort of Cancun, the islands of Cozumel & Mujeres lie off the northeast tip of this peninsula.
Answer: What is the Yucatán?
North America’s largest indigenous population, the Mayans, call the Yucatán Peninsula home. This question aired on June 13, 2019.
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Answer: What is Chad?
Chad, the answer to this June 1, 2016 question, is a land-locked country in North Central Africa. It is the fifth largest country on the continent.
Every little breeze seems to whisper this Alberta lake, so named to honor the daughter of Queen Victoria.
The green spaces of “Parks and Recreation” can be found in fictional Pawnee in this real Midwestern state.
This Argentine region’s name is Spanish for “big feet,” perhaps because Spaniards saw Indians who wore large boots.
Hamlet’s father, the king of Denmark, killed Fortinbras’ father, king of this nearby country.
Less than 5,000 square miles in area, the Gambia is the smallest independent mainland country on this continent.
The name of this smallest South American country can be spelled with or without an e.