PRI's The World: Geo Quiz
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The Geo Quiz from PRI's The World challenges your knowledge of people and places, geography and culture. Created by journalists in the newsroom, each Geo Quiz question comes with its own answer, a fascinating report or interview that reveals a mystery location.
||Lawmakers in this European country are considering a 'pink quota' to achieve gender parity in politics||There's a country in Europe where a new prime minister has helped put gender parity on the agenda. But the country's female lawmakers want him to go much further.||14.3.7||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||This Canadian artist prefers to snap sounds — not photos||The next time you travel, try recording sounds instead of taking pictures. That's a friendly tip from Toronto-based sound artist Jorge Ayala who came up with our flash Geo Quiz.||14.3.5||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Can you name this Olympic skier and his snowless country?||Yohan Goncalves Goutt is the first-ever Olympic skier representing East Timor —the small island nation in Asia. But do you know what East Timor is officially called at the Olympics? That's our flash Geo Quiz for you today.||14.2.13||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||An American teacher in India enjoys the traditions of a Bengali wedding||In which city in West Bengal, India, would you find a traditional wedding ceremony where a bride covers her face with a betel leaf and where guests blow on a conch shell to celebrate the couple?||14.2.5||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Can you name the place where 2 of my favorite treats, palatschinken and palinkas, are from?||This country is so dear to my heart. It's home to two of my favorite treats, palatschinken and palinkas. Can you name this country in Central Europe?||14.1.23||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Bottlenose Dolphins Whistling On A First Name Basis||We're looking for a firth, not a fourth or fifth, but a firth in Scotland. It's Scotland's largest firth, a triangle shaped inlet of the North Sea. It's home to dolphins that use signature whistles to greet or contact other individual dolphins.||14.1.23||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Sydney Harbour Bridge offers tourists an unusual birds' eye view||Imagine standing on an exposed steel girder of a bridge 440 feet above Sydney Harbour to get a spectacular view of sunrise over the Pacific. Phil Roach, a climb leader with BridgeClimb Sydney, takes tourists up for the bird's eye view a few times every da||13.12.24||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||Can you name the five remaining communist countries in the world?||If you know the five countries that still call themselves communist, can you say which one is hewing most closely to Marxist principles?||13.12.10||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||World Quiz — Where's a post office with a view... of penguins?||Name a place -- discovered in 1904 -- where you can find the southernmost working post office (open to tourists) in the world. It was set up by the British as a base during WWII, then operated as a British research station until 1962. Designated Historic||13.11.21||무료||iTunes에서 보기|
||This is how close we got to the King of the Jungle||Can you name the geographical formation that stretches the entire length of Kenya, from north to south of Kenya and on which the great migration of the Masai Mara takes place?||13.11.15||무료||iTunes에서 보기|