Geography of Vatican City: Quiz

Question 1: The geography of Vatican City is unique due to the country's position as an urban, landlocked enclave of Rome, ________.
GreeceFranceSicilyItaly

Question 2: The hill has been called the Vatican Hill (in Latin, Mons Vaticanus) since long before ________ existed.
BaptistChristianityChristian denominationEcumenism

Question 3: The name is suspected of belonging originally to the ________.
Etruscan languageEtruscan originsEtruriaEtruscan civilization

Question 4: [1] It is a landlocked country that shares a 2-mile (3.2 km) ________ with Italy.
Schengen AreaBorderEuropean UnionUnited States

Question 5: All of the almost 109-acre (44 ha) complex is land and no part of it is covered by water, though the ________ lies just outside of its borders to the east.
Lake BolsenaSabineTiber RiverLazio

Question 6: This is a list of the extreme points of ________: the points that are farther north, south, east or west than any other location, as well as the highest and lowest points.
SpainRomeVatican CityMonaco

Question 7: Outside the Vatican City, thirteen buildings in Rome and ________ (the pope's summer residence) enjoy extraterritorial rights.
AricciaCastel GandolfoAlbano LazialeVelletri

Question 8: In July 2007, the Vatican accepted an offer that will make it the only carbon neutral state for the year, due to the donation of the Vatican Climate Forest in ________.
PolandSloveniaCroatiaHungary

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