Guess the Country Outline Quiz – North and South America
Guess the Country Outline Quiz - check yourself! Only 23% of people who completed this quiz answered all the questions correctly.
So what is the Guess the Country Outline Quiz?
We will show you 8 contours of North and South America countries one by one.
There are three possible answers, one of which is correct.
If you're make mistake, don't worry! We show you wrong answered questions again at the end of quiz until the correct answer is received.
To immerse into the atmosphere of the countries of America, you can read interesting facts below.
Interesting Facts about North and South America
Paraguayans are still allow duels. But in the obligatory presence of doctors.
The southernmost city in the world is in Argentina. It is called Ushuaia. They say: "Ushuaia, end of the world, beginning of everything".
The driest desert Atacama is located in Chile. It rains once every few hundred years.
Most Latin American citizens, with the exception of Chileans, do not like visitors from the United States.
Bolivia has the world's largest salt lake, Salar de Uyuni. One of the attractions is the steam locomotive graveyard.
Contrary to popular belief, there are twenty-four countries situated in North America.
America received its name in honor of the navigator Amerigo Vespucci. Although Christopher Columbus was the first European to visit its shores.
Once Asia and North America were connected by an isthmus, which then sank under the water. Now in its place is the Bering Strait.
The largest of the North American cities - Mexico City, the capital of Mexico. More than 20 million people live here.
9 out of 10 Latinos are Catholics. One day, Chileans and Argentines gathered to fight, but the Pope flew in and appealed to the soldiers to prevent bloodshed. The soldiers obeyed him, not their generals, and did not fight.
Only in South America live anaconda, the largest snake in the world.
Most lightnings in the world beats in one place in the world, located in South America. This is the confluence of the Catatumbo River in Lake Maracaibo. On average, there are from 100 to 200 thunderstorm days annually, and about 250 lightning drops for every square kilometer of space per year.