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Travel Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

Get steps closer to your dream tour with our travel trivia fun facts.

How can you choose if you haven't heard the interesting bits about those places and the travel journey around? our fun facts point to locations of hidden beauty.

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The Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world standing at over 2700 feet tall. This building is located in the luxurious city of Dubai and cost over $1 billion dollars to construct.

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While you might think Portugal would come out on top, they don't against Brazil. With Portuguese being the official language of Brazil, there are over 200 million Portuguese speakers which overshadows the 10 million people living in Portugal.

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Saint Petersburg has experienced many name changes. In 1914 it became Petrogarad and then 10 years later, it was renamed Leningrad. The city returned to its original name of Saint Petersburg in 1991.

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Sol is the currency used in the South American country of Peru. For every 1 Peruvian sol, that is equal to 30 US cents.

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While salsa food might come from Mexico, the dance form originated in Cuba.

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The "Four Corners" is a location in the United States where four state meet perfectly. These four states are Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico.

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These are all major landmarks in Italy, a country in Europe.

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The Nile is one of the only rivers in the world that flows south to north. The river empties into the Mediterranean sea with its last few miles ending in Egypt.

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Sri Lanka is a small island country in Asia. It lies in the Indian Ocean and has a population of over 21 million people.

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The TGV stands for "Train a Grande Vitesse" which means high-speed train. It can be found in France and travels all over the country.