Continuing with some fun geography questions... this one is a little different from the NORTH AMERICA question, there is only one TRUE statement.
Here are four geography statements... three are false and one is TRUE. Can you identify the TRUE one? Vote for the one you think is TRUE, the others are false.
Please don't cheat by looking them up. Make your best guess, vote for the one you think is TRUE, and have fun.
The category for today is Europe. A similar question for ASIA should be posted later this week, followed by SOUTH AMERICA and ASIA sometime after that.
The correct answer (which one is TRUE) will be given in a few days (Wednesday).
In the comments section, please tell us which format you like better: ONE FALSE and the rest true (like NORTH AMERICA question), or ONE TRUE and the rest false (like this Europe question)?
Here is the correct answer... D...
A - FALSE, San Marino is smaller, and Vatican City, at 0.49 sq km, is the smallest country in Europe
B - FALSE, Spain's 498 sq km is slightly larger than Sweden's 450 sq km
C - FALSE, Greece's island of Crete is the southernmost; some people pointed out Spain's Ceuta and Melilla in Africa are farther south but they're actually not
D - TRUE, Istanbul has 16 million people, second is Moscow at 12 million
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I read the statements without reading the question details, and I was surprised seeing there are more than one false statements. I think this new format might be a bit more challenging for people
Anyway, I think D is the only true statement. Vatican city is the smallest country in Europe, so A is false. Spain is larger in area than Sweden and the island of Crete (which is in Greece), is the southernmost point in Europe
I personally prefer this format. I like geography questions, they're fun and something different