In this quiz, we're going to challenge your historical knowledge in such a way that you'll need to use your geographical knowledge as well! We'll be showing you a photo and telling you about a historical event, and we'd like you to tell us where it happened. Ready?
The fall of the Berlin Wall (1989)
Christopher Columbus' voyage to the New World (1492)
Three Mile Island nuclear incident (1979)
Tiananmen Square protests (1989)
The discovery of penicillin (1928)
The Renaissance (1300-1700)
The Hundred Years' War (1337–1453 AD)
The Treaty of Tordesillas was signed (1494 AD)
The modern Olympic Games began (1896)
First official international football (soccer) match (1872)
Stonehenge was built (~3000-2000 BC)
Shall We Try Again?
Oh well, can't win them all, and it seems like we may have found some holes in your histo-geographical knowledge. But not to worry, we have many more history quizzes here for you to try to beat and learn from. How about trying again or checking our answers?
Why you didn't know it all, you knew quite a bit and obviously have a well-rounded historical knowledgebase. If you want to discover where you did go wrong, you can check out our answers or, alternatively, try again.
Too Easy For You!
It seems like your historical knowledge is much too encompassing to be fooled by this basic quiz. Congratulations on having such extensive historical curiosity! We have many more historical challenges you can try in this quiz section.