Europe - Physical Geography
Which river does Paris stand on?

Europe - Physical Geography

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Austria and the United Kingdom (UK) are just 2 of the 50 countries that are in Europe. Europe is one of the world's seven continents. It is the third-most populous continent with a population of approximately 731 million or about 11% of the world's population.

See how much you know about this interesting and diverse continent.

1.
The highest mountain in the Alps has what name?
Mont Blanc
Mont Noir
Mont Rouge
Mont Vert
2.
The Massif Central is a mountain range in which country?
Belgium
Denmark
France
Greece
3.
Europe is best described by which word?
Country
Island
Peninsula
Republic
A peninsula is surrounded by water on three sides
4.
Paris stands on which river?
Garonne
Loire
Rhone
Seine
5.
Norway, Sweden and Finland are part of which region?
Iberia
Scandinavia
The Low Countries
The Ruhr
6.
Which city does not lie on the River Danube?
Belgrade
Budapest
Stockholm
Vienna
7.
Which are the highest mountains in Europe?
Alps
Balkans
Pyrenees
Urals
A very popular area for skiing
8.
Which country would you visit to see fjords?
Austria
Netherlands
Norway
Ukraine
A long, deep sea inlet - a submerged glaciated valley
9.
The Pyrenees are mountains separating which two countries?
France and Germany
France and Spain
Germany and Austria
Spain and Portugal
The republic of Andorra lies within the Pyrenees
10.
Europe is separated from North Africa by which sea?
Mediterranean Sea
North Sea
Pacific Ocean
Red Sea
Author:  Jan Crompton

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