Flags of the World – Quiz!
Quite a few flags of the world look very similar to one another – Try this quiz!
Some flags of the world, look very similar – how many can you name in this quiz!?
The answers are below the image.
Flags that show a striking resemblance…
Get together with members of your family or friends and see how many flags you can name in each of the 29 groups…
Photo and info source: Sporcle.com
You see, we told you that many world flags look very similar!
Can you discover some more similar looking flags of the world that are not listed here?
These are the answers to the flags of the world that look very similar!
Group 1: Afghanistan, Malawi
Group 2: Andorra, Moldova
Group 3: Bahrain, Qatar
Group 4: Benin, Guinea Bissau
Group 5: Argentina, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua
Group 6: Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Yemen
Group 7: Jordan, Kuwait, Sudan, United Arab Emirates
Group 8: Indonesia, Monaco, Poland, Singapore
Group 9: Chad, Romania
Group 10: Micronesia, Somalia
Group 11: Tunisia, Turkey
Group 12: Cote d’Ivoire, Ireland
Group 13: Australia, New Zealand
Group 14: Costa Rica, Thailand
Group 15: India, Niger
Group 16: Cameroon, Senegal
Group 17: Austria, Latvia
Group 18: Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia
Group 19: Haiti, Liechtenstein, Philippines
Group 20: Bolivia, Ghana
Group 21: Liberia, Malaysia, United States of America
Group 22: Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela
Group 23: Fiji, Tuvalu
Group 24: Hungary, Tajikistan
Group 25: Luxembourg, Netherlands, Paraguay
Group 26: Guinea, Mali
Group 27: Samoa, Taiwan
Group 28: Italy, Mexico
Group 29: Lithuania, Myanmar
Don’t worry if you didn’t know some of the flags – keep learning and you will soon know them all!
And if you’re feeling really adventurous, you can go on to learn ALL the Flags of the world – there are nearly 200 of them!
Check-out this great educational ‘Flags of the World’ game!
For ages 8+. A family game for 2 – 9 players. It includes 200 cards with the flags of all the independent nations in 2013.
On the back of each card you will find the country, it’s capital and geographic location, as well as clues as to it’s identity, such as capitals, lakes, mountains and rivers.
It comes with a poster of all the flags and a map on the reverse side that includes 195 of the countries in written form.
Playing time is approx. 15 mins, and there are 4 ways to play this great game, depending on your age and skill level. Give it a try!
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