August Trivia Questions for Kids & Adults

 July Trivia questions can help your memory.

August Trivia questions can help your memory.

Trivia questions can be fun for kids and adults.  We’ve looked at questions in the General Knowledge category, movies and World and US History. Time to move onto August Trivia: World Geography. Check them out and have some fun!

Warm Up (Easy) Questions

  1. How many US states begin with the letter A?
  2. What is the name of the largest river to flow through Paris?
  3. What is the most recent state to be added to the USA?
  4. The southern tip of South America has what name?
  5. In which US state would you find Fort Knox?
  6. Alberta is a province of which country?

Warm Up (Easy) Answers

  1. 4 -:Alabama, Arkansas, Alaska, Arizona
  2. The Seine
  3. Hawaii (1959)
  4. Cape Horn
  5. Kentucky
  6. Canada

August Trivia: Challenge Questions

  1. The Strait of Gibraltar separates the Iberian Peninsular from which African country?
  2. Which is the only vowel not used as the first letter in a US State?
  3. Mount Vesuvius overlooks which present-day Italian city?
  4. Dracula famously lived in the historical region of Transylvania – but in what country would you now find his castle?
  5. What is the capital of New Zealand?
  6. The African country with the largest population is?
  7. What country has the longest coastline in the world?
  8. What country is Beirut the capital of?
  9. The city of Ceylon changed its name to _______in 1972?
  10. The smallest country in the world us ?
  11. Which Central American country has a name which translates to English as “The Saviour”?
  12. What is the largest desert in the world?

August Trivia: Challenge Answers

  1. Morocco
  2. E
  3. Naples
  4. Romania
  5. Wellington
  6. Nigeria
  7. Canada
  8. Lebanon
  9. Sri Lanka
  10. Vatican City
  11. El Salvador
  12. Antarctica

If you enjoyed these trivia questions, be sure to check out next month’s questions and answers on U.S. FLAGS

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