Name That Place – Captivating U.S. Geography Quiz

Do you know the U.S. Geography? Check your knowledge.

 

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1. This National Park is covering 270 square miles of which 95% lies underwater. Snorkelers and divers can explore the bright and beautiful coral reef, and dive for shipwrecks. Which park is this?
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2. This river and state are sharing the same name which is derived from an Indian word that means ‘Father of Waters’.
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3. The Granitic Gneiss is the world’s oldest rock. In which state is it located?
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4. San Francisco boasts one of the most famous bridges in the world, the Golden Gate. What type of bridge is the Golden Gate Bridge?
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5. If you wish to go to the National Mall, what city do you travel to?
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6. Cadillac Mountain is where you can see the first sunrise in the U.S. What is the name of the park where Cadillac Mountain is located?
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7. The Gettysburg Address by President Lincoln is carved in the Lincoln Memorial’s wall. To which city should you travel to read it?
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8. This National Park spans over two thousand acres of land in Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana. It became the nation’s first national park, founded in 1872 by President Ulysses Grant. It preserves an enormous range of wildlife such as bison, elk, wolves, and grizzly bears, and includes extraordinary hot springs and geysers. What’s the name of this park?
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9. In which city hangs the Liberty Bell?
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10. This National Park is also referred to as ‘Salamander Capital of the World’. It houses some thirty species of salamanders, but most visitors come here to straddle the forests on the North Carolina-Tennessee state line to spot one of the 1,500 bears that also live here. Which national park is this?
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11. The Washington Monument is a 555-foot-tall structure in D.C. Of what type of structures is the Washington Monument an example?
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12. If you are facing 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, what building are you looking at?
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13. Which museum is featuring the Hayden Planetarium as well as a 94-foot model of a blue whale?
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14. Snap, crackle, pop! Which city is named the ‘Cereal Capital of the World’?
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15. The U.S. National Park Service recognizes Biscayne National Park as a ‘water wonderland’. The park is located in southeast Florida close to downtown Miami but gives you a worlds away feel. The park protects a unique combination of emerald islands, aquamarine waters, and beautiful coral reefs.
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