10 most difficult Africa riddles A list of ten (out of 83) Africa related questions that are the most often answered incorrectly Africa quiz Which desert has this famous "eye"?Sahara. The Richat Structure in Mauritania, also known as the Eye of the Sahara, was interpreted as an asteroid impact structure, but no evidence for shock metamorphism has been found. Today scientists believe that it is a huge (40 km in diameter) and deeply eroded geologic dome.very hard 26% NamibNamib19%GobiGobi29%SaharaSahara26%MojaveMojave24%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 6152 answers in 2 languages »deserts of Africa riddles » During the whole history, where were most of slaves from Africa taken to?Arabia. Slavery had long been practiced in Africa. Between the 7th and 20th centuries, the Arab slave trade (also known as slavery in the East) took 18 million slaves from Africa via trans-Saharan and Indian Ocean routes. Between the 15th and the 19th centuries, the Atlantic slave trade took an estimated 7–12 million slaves to the New World.very hard 27% North America without CarribeanNorth America without Carribean33%South AmericaSouth America23%CaribbeanCaribbean14%ArabiaArabia27%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 3417 answers in 2 languages »history of Africa riddles » What is the capital city of Nigeria?Abuja is the capital of Nigeria, but not its largest city (it is Lagos). According to the United Nations, Abuja grew at the rate of 139.7% between 2000 and 2010, making it the fastest growing city in the world. Photo: Zuma Rock, just outside the city.very hard 29% KinshasaKinshasa27%AbidjanAbidjan8%AbujaAbuja29%LagosLagos34%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 597 answers in 9 languages »Western Africa riddles » What was the first major empire in the world to officially adopt Christianity as a state religion?Kingdom of Aksum (Africa). In about 316 AD, Frumentius and his brother Edesius from Tyre were taken to the Ethiopian court as slaves. They were given positions of trust by the monarch, and converted members of the royal court to Christianity. Ethiopia, a major empire at the time, was the second country to officially adopt Christianity (after Armenia).very hard 30% RomeRome35%Byzantine Empire Byzantine Empire 27%Kingdom of Aksum (Africa)Kingdom of Aksum (Africa)30%PersiaPersia5%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 2819 answers in 4 languages »Ethiopia riddles » What is the main feeding behaviour of hyenas?Hunting. Hyenas have long been regarded as being cowardly scavengers. Today they are known for killing as much as 95% of the animals they eat, and for driving off leopards or lionesses from their kills.very hard 30% scavengingscavenging66%huntinghunting30%cannibalismcannibalism1%none of the abovenone of the above1%Created by: ex-terminator. Statistics based on 3266 answers in 4 languages »animals of Africa riddles » which of the bellow river flows north and south of the equatorCongo River. The Congo River has a total length of 4,370 km (2,715 mi). It crosses the equator twice.very hard 33% Amezon RiverAmezon River33%Nile RiverNile River25%Congo RiverCongo River33%Darling RiverDarling River8%Created by: Normans. Statistics based on 12 answers »geography of Africa riddles » In which country is Berber the official language?In Morocco. The Berber language is ancient and has 2200 years of written tradition. In 2011 Berber became a constitutionally official language of Morocco, after years of persecution (under the policy of Arabization). There is a movement among speakers of the closely related varieties of Northern Berber to unite them under a standard language.very hard 34% nowherenowhere24%in North Sudanin North Sudan17%in Western Saharain Western Sahara24%in Moroccoin Morocco34%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 6688 answers in 2 languages »deserts of North Africa riddles » Which of these countries is not an absolute monarchy?Bhutan has transitioned from an absolute monarchy to a multi-party democracy. The development of Bhutanese democracy has been marked by the active encouragement and participation of reigning Bhutanese monarchs since the 1950s, beginning with legal reforms such as the abolition of slavery, and culminating in the enactment of Bhutan's Constitution. The first democratic elections in Bhutan began in 2007, and all levels of government had been democratically elected by 2011. These elections included Bhutan's first ever partisan National Assembly election.very hard 34% SwazilandSwaziland15%BhutanBhutan34%OmanOman23%BruneiBrunei26%Created by: Rafa. Statistics based on 26 answers »demographics riddles » Which is the smallest country in Africa?Seychelles cover only 459 square kilometres.very hard 34% ComorosComoros10%SwazilandSwaziland32%SeychellesSeychelles34%MauritiusMauritius22%Created by: Edis Kuko. Statistics based on 209 answers in 2 languages »countries riddles » What is the national currency of Egypt?The pound. When the British first got involved in Egypt in the nineteenth century, Egypt was using a monetary unit known as the piastre, or Qirsh. Since 100 piastres was roughly between the value of one pound sterling and one Guinea, a new unit, called the pound in English and the ginaih in Arabic, was created equal to one hundred piastres. The Egyptian pound, however, has never been exactly equal in value to the pound sterling. very hard 35% dirhamdirham18%dinardinar33%the poundthe pound35%rialrial12%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 3859 answers in 2 languages »currencies riddles » Play Africa quiz and see all the questions.