Germany Test - Answers

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1st Question: What is the name of the tallest mountain in Germany?

  1. Feldberg
  2. Zugspitze *
  3. Großer Arber
  4. Kahler Asten

2nd Question: What is the height of the tallest mountain in Germany (in meters)?

  1. 1150
  2. 2963 *
  3. 2455
  4. 3018

3rd Question: How long is the longest dimension in north-south direction of Germany?

  1. 850km *
  2. 720km
  3. 1032km
  4. 944km

4th Question: What is the largest German state (Bundesland)?

  1. Niedersachsen
  2. Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
  3. Bayern *
  4. Brandenburg

5th Question: Magedburg is the capitol of ... (which German state)

  1. Schleswig-Holstein
  2. Thüringen
  3. Sachsen
  4. Sachsen-Anhalt *

6th Question: What is Germanys longest river?

  1. Elbe
  2. Main
  3. Rhein *
  4. Donau

7th Question: When was the Federal Republic of Germany founded?

  1. 1933
  2. 1949 *
  3. 1950
  4. 1945

8th Question: Who was the first chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany?

  1. Konrad Adenauer *
  2. Ludwig Erhardt
  3. Helmut Schmidt
  4. Willy Brandt

9th Question: What is the name of the capitol of Hessen (German state)?

  1. Kassel
  2. Frankfurt
  3. Wiesbaden *
  4. Fulda

10th Question: What is the name of the highest mountain in the Harz?

  1. Grosser Arber
  2. Brocken *
  3. Kahler Asten
  4. Feldberg

11th Question: Which island is not located in the North Sea?

  1. Föhr
  2. Nordeney
  3. Juist
  4. Fehmarn *

12th Question: What is the name of the largest lake in Germany?

  1. Ammersee
  2. Bodensee *
  3. Möhnesee
  4. Starnberger See

13th Question: Which country is not a (direct) neighbor of Germany?

  1. Niederlande
  2. Polen
  3. Italien *
  4. Schweiz

14th Question: Which is the name of the largest island of Germany?

  1. Sylt
  2. Helgoland
  3. Borkum
  4. Rügen *

15th Question: Which are the three biggest cities in Germany?

  1. Berlin, Frankfurt, Köln
  2. Hamburg, München, Essen
  3. Berlin, Hamburg, München *
  4. Berlin, Hamburg, Köln
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