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200 points 100 points 300 points 400 points 500 points 100 points 200 points 300 points 400 points 500 points 100 points 200 points 300 points 400 points 500 points 100 points 200 points 300 points 400 points 500 points 100 points 200 points 300 points 400 points 500 points AfghanistanKazakhstanKyrgyzstanPakistanTajikistan Turkmenistan Uzbekistan 100 points 100 points 200 points 200 points 300 points 300 points 400 points 400 points 500 points 500 points
For 100 Points: The main religion of this, and most Central Asian countries.
Answer: What is Islam?
For 200 Points: The capital city of Afghanistan.
Answer: What is Kabul?
For 300 Points: When the Afghan war began.
Answer: What is October 7, 2001?
For 400 Points: Islamic militant and political group which ruled large parts of Afghanistan.
Answer: What is the Taliban?
For 500 Points: The major mountain range located in Eastern Afghanistan.
Answer: What is Hindu Kush?
For 100 Points: Half salt water, half freshwater.
Answer: What is Lake Balkhash?
For 200 Points: Site of the world’s worst environmental disaster.
Answer: What is the Aral Sea?
For 300 Points: Spread or encroachment of a desert environment on a non- desert environment.
Answer: What is desertification?
For 400 Points Found toward the center of this country.
Answer: What are the Steppes of Kazakhstan?
For 500 Points: The cause of ever-shrinking Aral Sea.
Answer: What is over-use of irrigation?
For 100 Points: Mountain range which cover much of this country.
Answer: What is Tian Shan?
For 200 Points: The term for family groups.
Answer: What are clans?
For 300 Points: The percentage of this country which is mountainous.
Answer: What is 90%?
For 400 Points: The name of the large lake located in the north eastern portion of this country.
Answer: What is Lake Issyk-kul (L’Ysyk)?
For 500 Points: The capital of this country.
Answer: What is Bishkek?
For 100 Points: The capital city of this country.
Answer: What is Islamabad?
For 200 Points: Second tallest mountain in the world.
Answer: What is K2?
For 300 Points: The name of the famous National Geographic picture taken in a refuge camp in this country.
Answer: What is Afghan Girl?
For 400 Points: The leader of al-Qaeda who was assassinated in this country.
Answer: Who is Osama bin Laden?
For 500 Points: The best known pass in the Hindu Kush Range.
Answer: What is the Khyber Pass?
For 100 Points: The capital city of this country.
Answer: What is Dushanbe?
For 200 Points: Large mountain range running through this country.
Answer: What are the Pamirs?
For 300 Points: Main economic activity of this country.
Answer: What is agriculture?
For 400 Points: These provide water for irrigation, as well as hydroelectric power.
Answer: What are mountain streams?
For 500 Points: This is one of the five “Stans” which was formerly part of this republic.
Answer: What is the United Soviet Socialist Republic?
For 100 Points: Large sea where huge deposits of oil have been discovered.
Answer: What is the Caspian Sea?
For 200 Points: The vast desert which covers much of this country.
Answer: What is the Garagum or Kara Kum Desert?
For 300 Points: An animal which can travel four miles per hour up to 10 hours per day.
Answer: What is a camel?
For 400 Points: People who move from place to place with herds of animals.
Answer: Who are nomads?
For 500 Points: The number of toes a camel has on each foot.
Answer: What are two, each with a hoof on the front?
For 100 Points: The large sea which is located within this country and Kazakhstan.
Answer: What is the Aral Sea?
For 200 Points: The three major forms of fossil fuels.
Answer: What are coal, oil, and natural gas?
For 300 Points: The major economic activity for this country.
Answer: What is cotton farming?
For 400 Points: For thousands of years Uzbeks have been weaving these.
Answer: What are hand-knotted floor coverings (rugs)?
For 500 Points: About 2,000 years ago, the oases of Tashkent, Bukhara, and Samarqand were part of this busy trade route.
Answer: What is the Silk Road?
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