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How well do you know Africa Quiz Questions and Answers

How well do you know Africa Quiz Questions and Answers
Try our How Well Do You Know Africa quiz and see how many questions you know the correct answers to. The questions can be tricky so pay close attention to the details of each question before you mark your answer. Good luck or bahati nzuri (that’s good luck in Swahili!)

Four how well do you know Africa quiz questions
To reach the highest point of land in Tanzania, you have to climb?Mount Stanley
Mount Kilimanjaro
Luigi Di Savoia
Mount Meru

The official language of Angola is?Portuguese
Umbundu
English
Fiote

Which African country hosted the first group of repatriated enslaved freed blacks back to Africa in 1820?Freetown, Sierra Leone
Monrovia, Liberia
Sherbro Island, Sierra Leone
Conakry, Guinea

What are the largest and smallest countries in Africa?Sudan and The Gambia
Algeria and Seychelles
The Democratic Republic of the Congo and eSwatini
Chad and São Tomé and Príncipe


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