Find the 20 most important mountain ranges of Germany on the map, and click on them. Even for residents of Germany, this is a difficult quiz.
Except for the Bavarian Alps, all mountains presented here belong to the category of low mountain ranges (highlands, or in German "Mittelgebirge"). There are, of course, more mountain ranges in Germany, but for this quiz some choices had to be made. All of the most important mountain ranges should be included. A mountain range is often not a precisely defined area. The mountain ranges on this quiz are usually part of an even larger mountain range. After answering a question correctly, the corresponding federal state, European country or region (e.g., Ardennes, Alps) is displayed at the bottom of the map.
By the way, this is not a highest mountains quiz. Of course, every mountain range has a highest mountain. You can learn the highest mountains of the country in the Germany - Mountains Quiz
This quiz covers the following mountain ranges:
Bavarian Alps, Bavarian Forest, Black Forest, Eifel, Erzgebirge, Fichtel Mountains, Franconian Jura, Harz, Hunsrück, Odenwald, Rhön, Rothaar Mountains, Spessart, Swabian Jura, Taunus, Thuringian Forest, Thuringian Highland, Upper Palatine Forest, Vogelsberg and Westerwald