By Stella Alexander on April 23, 2018
"Where in the USA is Carmen SanDiego?" While the game might've helped you learn geography, it won't help you now! Carmen's ditching you today and you have to prove yourself. There's tons to know when it comes to U.S. geography, but very few people actually know the facts. Do you? Prove that you're a total genius by getting at least 28/35 on this quiz!
The United States is the third most populated and third largest country in the entire world. With these numbers, you can expect that it would have a vast range of geography to learn. Millions of people from around the world travel to see some of the U.S.'s most famous landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, Golden Gate Bridge and Mount Rushmore. You'll find that national marks such as Yosemite and Yellowstone bring in the nature lovers. While these are some of the United States' greatest geographical landmarks, one can't forget about the ones that don't receive as much attention. While Niagara Falls is a common site, we can't forget about the Finger Lakes or the Missouri-Mississippi rivers. These natural sites are just as important as the man-made one, but we're here to find out how much you know about them.
From Golden Gate Bridge to the Appalachian Mountains, can you prove that you're a total genius with this U.S. geography quiz? Let's find out!