10 most difficult world riddlesWorld quiz
Which country is not a neighbour of Russia?
Russia's neighbours are: Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, North Korea, Lithuania and Poland.
What is the world's most densely populated country?
Monaco is far the world's most densely populated country with a population of just 32,410 per 2 cubic kilometers. Singapore is the next most populated mostly because of tourists, but only has about half of Monaco's population per sq. kilometer.
What state in the US is this flag?
The colors come from the national flag. 24 stars commemorate Missouri was 24th state of USA. The bears symbolized size and power of Missouri. The coat of arms means membership to Union, and crescent is symbol of new state on Lousiana territory. Adapted on 23rd March 1913
Which river flows through Zhytomyr?
Zhytomyr is a city in the north of the western half of Ukraine.The Teteriv river generally forms the southern boundary of Zhytomyr, though there are also some small areas of Zhytomyr city territory below the southern bank of the river. Its northern part is contaminated by the Chernobyl power plant.
Which of the Asian countries is the smallest?
The Maldives occupies the southern part of Asia, and it constitutes 26 atolls in the Indian Ocean. Its area is approximately 116 square miles, while the population is about 427,756.
Which of the following highly developed countries has the lowest population density?
Apart from Norway (13 persons / km2), the differences between the remaining three are minimal: Australia 3 people / km2; Iceland 3.1; Canada 3.4
which of the wine regions in Germany is the biggest ?
Rheinhessen is the largest of 13 German wine regions (Weinanbaugebiete) for quality wines (QbA and Prädikatswein) with 26,444 hectares (65,340 acres) under cultivation in 2008.
When did the Battle of Solferino take place?
In the 16th century
In the 17th century
In the 18th century
In the 19th century
The Battle of Solferino took place on 24 June 1859. The battle led the Swiss Jean-Henri Dunant to write his book, A Memory of Solferino. Although he did not witness the battle, he toured the field following the battle and was greatly moved by what he saw. Horrified by the suffering of wounded soldiers left on the battlefield, Dunant set about a process that led to the Geneva Conventions and the establishment of the International Red Cross.