*Second year*
Capitals
Stones & (sub)soil
Relief
Weather & climat
100

The eiffel tower is it for France.
The Atomium is it for Belgium.

What are landmarks?
(monumenten)

100

Paris

What is the capital of France? 

100

This always happens when 2 tectonic plates collide. 

Wat is an earthquake?
(Tsunami)

100

This relief is very common for the Netherlands.

What is a plain?

100

With this weather gear, we can measure the air pressure. 

What is the barometer?

200

This machine is used to get the oil out of the ground.
(out of the oil well)

What is the pumpjack/ knodding donkey?
(ja-knikker)

200

Stockholm

What is the capital of Sweden?

200

A "loose rock" with the smallest "grain size"

What is clay?

200

This mountain range can be found in the northern part of Italy.

What are the Alps? 

200

If the wind velocity (=speed) is higher than 117 km/h 

What is a hurricane? (tropical cyclone)

300

This country will have the highest population in the world by the year 2050

What is India?
300

Caïro

What is the capital of Egypt?

300

This type of rock is common in Sint-Niklaas.

What is sand? 

300

The grand canyon (USA) is formed by _______

What is (river) erosion? 

300

Above/around this imaginary line, you can find the "warm climate zone"

What is the equator?

400

This "rate" increased this year because of corona.
(Has something to do with population)

What is deathrate?
(sterftecijfer)

400

Ottowa

What is the capital of Canada?

400

The outer layer of the Earth

What is the lithosphere?

400

We start using the term "mountain" (or highland) at a specific height.

What is 2000 meters? 

400

This wind direction is most common in Belgium.

What is Southwest? 

500

In the atmosphere, this greenhouse gas got the largest quantity of all the gases. 

What is carbon dioxide?

500

Lima

What is the capital of Peru?

500

These two plates "created" Iceland.

What are the North American plate and the Eurasian plate?

500
This mountain is the biggest mountain of the world.

What is the Mount Everest?

500

The height (altitude) of the mountains, like the Alpes, disrupts the precipitation patterns. 

What is relief rainfall? 

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