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Asia's Countries Quiz

    • Spell Its Country
  1. Kabul
  2. Male
  3. Kathmandu
  4. Pyongyang
  5. Jerusalem
  6. Tokyo
  7. Thimphu
  8. Sana'a
  9. Jakarta
  10. Kuwait City
  11. Ashgabat
  12. Tashkent
  13. Dili
  14. Bandar Seri Begawan
  15. Islamabad
  16. Naypyidaw
  17. Manama
  18. Muscat
  19. Abu Dhabi
  20. Bangkok
  21. Tehran
  22. Baku
  23. Yerevan
  24. Bishkek
  25. Seoul
  26. Beijing
  27. Vientiane
  28. Damascus
  29. Beirut
  30. Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte
  31. Singapore
  32. Dushanbe
  33. Ulaanbaatar
  34. Nicosia
  35. Ankara
  36. Doha
  37. Riyadh
  38. Moscow
  39. Astana
  40. New Delhi
  41. Phnom Penh
  42. Amman
  43. Kuala Lumpur
  44. Dhaka
  45. Taipei
  46. Manila
  47. Baghdad
  48. Tbilisi
  49. Hanoi
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Asia Details
Asia Details

The 6 Global Area Pages are at the 2nd LevelTier 2 of the Site Pyramid!

Global Area #2 "Asia"

Asia has 49 Sovereign Countries Spread Across 8 Regions

Pie Chart showing Asia's percentage slice of the World's Sovereign Countries

The global area of Asia is the World's largest continent with the highest population. Only Africa has a higher sovereign country count. Asia is bounded in the north by the Arctic Ocean, on the east by the Pacific Ocean, and on the south by the Indian Ocean. Asia's western boundary abuts Europe's eastern boundary and is a cultural and historical construct since there is no clear geographical divider between them. More information can be found in the Wikipedia article on Asia.

Worldguru Academy divides Asia into eight regions:

  1. Southeast Asia Islands
    • containing 7 sovereign countries
  2. Southeast Asia Mainland
    • containing 5 sovereign countries
  3. Indian Subcontinent
    • containing 6 sovereign countries
  4. The Stans
    • containing 7 sovereign countries
  5. Northeast Asia
    • containing 6 sovereign countries
  6. Upper Middle East
    • containing 6 sovereign countries
  7. The Arabian Peninsula
    • containing 7 sovereign countries
  8. Mediterranean Middle East
    • containing 5 sovereign countries

Global Area Header:

1 Global Area Location Globe #1 details.

#1: Solely used to identify the current global area.

2 Global Area Location Globe #2 details.

#2 Located at the far right of the global area theme image is a clickable globe And, will transport you to the next "Global Area" along Worldguru Academy's Route thru the World.

3 Horizontal Menu #3 details.

#3 Is the Global Area page's "Horizontal Menu" containing 4 menu items:

from left to right:

  1. The Ubiquitous "Home" button
    • Clicking "Home" returns you to Worldguru Academy's "Home Page" where you can easily navigate to any of the 6 Global Areas containing sovereign countries.
  2. "Regions" button
    • Hovering over the "Regions" button produces a drop down menu that provides an alternative means of selecting the desired region you wish to study contained in the global area.
  3. "Route Visualization Tool" button
    • Every "Global Area" SVG map has a subtle depiction of Worldguru Academy's "Route thru the World" as it traverses each global area. The "Route Visualization Tool" removes all subtlety from the route and the country locations along it.
  4. "Quiz" button
    • Hovering over the "Quiz" button produces a drop down menu that lets you select 1 of 3 quizzes or find out about the quizzes.

Just above the "Horizontal Menu" you will find navigation "breadcrumbs" which indicate your current location as well as provide an alternative means of navigating to other parts of the site.

Global Area SVG Map:

Asia's SVG Global Area Map!

Oceania -> Asia -> Europe -> North America -> South America -> Africa

Route Visualization Tool

The "Route Visualization Tool" accessed through the "Horizontal Menu" shows the "Route thru the World" depicted in an obvious manner with numbered circles over each country's capital. When a numbered circle is moused over the name of the capital followed by the name of the country belonging to the circled location is displayed.