Egypt is divided into 27 governorates, each with its own flag, and this quiz game will make it easy to memorize them. All the flags take a strong departure from the red, white, and black motif of Egypt's national flag. For example, the flag of the Aswan Governorate, blue and yellow, depicts the awesome Aswan High Dam, the world's largest embankment dam. These flags use regional iconography to reflect the unique role each governate plays in the culture and history of Egypt. By collecting facts about Egypt and working with this quiz, you can commit all 27 flags to memory in no time!

Egypt: Flags - Flag Quiz Game

Al Sharqia, Alexandria, Aswan, Asyut, Beheira, Beni Suef, Cairo, Dakahlia, Damietta, Faiyum, Gharbia, Giza, Ismailia, Kafr el-Sheikh, Luxor, Matrouh, Minya, Monufia, New Valley, North Sinai, Port Said, Qalyubia, Qena, Red Sea, Sohag, South Sinai, Suez. (27)   Create custom quiz
     





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