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Countries with the Highest Elevation with Exceptions

Name the countries with the highest points that are NOT IN ASIA.
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Tallest Mtn.
Country
22,835 ft
22,615 ft
22,205 ft
21,463 ft
20,561 ft
20,322 ft
19,551 ft
Tallest Mtn.
Country
19,331 ft
18,701 ft
18,510 ft
18,491 ft
17,057 ft
16,762 ft
16,762 ft
Tallest Mtn.
Country
16,332 ft
15,781 ft
15,781 ft
15,203 ft
14,928 ft
14,793 ft
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Tallest Mtn.
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(65)
Nice quiz, please add the height in metres
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Oct 4, 2016
(75)
Yes. Having meters too would be helpful.
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Oct 4, 2016
(71)
helpful how? I mean, I know it's inclusive and all, but I just got 95% and didn't look at the heights once. Unless you have a depth of knowledge with specific mountain heights in meters that you happen to know, I don't know how it's helpful.
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Oct 4, 2016
(67)
I can see that even if you don't know specific heights, it might be useful. Like I know that if it says of 6000 m plus it's gonna be one of the Andean countries or the USA, so if I'm missing a country over that threshold, I can pretty quickly work out which one. I know Mount Blanc is under 5000 m, so if I'm missing any over 5000 m, I don't need to try and think of countries in Western Europe.
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Oct 4, 2016
(70)
Yes definitely add metres to this quiz please.
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Oct 6, 2016
(67)
Findlay - or you can just look to see whether it comes before France in the list...
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Oct 11, 2016
(66)
Meters would definitely be very useful.
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Oct 18, 2016
(49)
+1
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Oct 21, 2016
(23)
No, it shouldn't. It won't help at all. I didn't look at the feet once, mainly because I don't know anything of mountains, and I still got 17 of them. Unless you are a mountain expert, or a die hard geography nerd, the heights won't help you at all.
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Oct 22, 2016
(68)
Yes, please add metres. That way we can learn heights if we didn't know them before. Alternatively, take the feet off and have no measurements (not better, but fairer). @Triviamaster2: some people on here *are* die hard geography nerds.
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Nov 5, 2016
(53)
Meters would definitely help a lot of us. The percentage of people using feet is smaller than those using meters, the metric system is much more widespread, just saying.
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Nov 10, 2016
(42)
Very helpful. I'm sure there are plenty of people (myself included) that have never measured in feet but always measure in metres (as well as shorter and longer versions of metres, such as centimetres, millimetres, kilometre, etc.).
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Nov 10, 2016
(47)
Metres would have helped me as well as I can estimate the hight of the Andes, Alps, Kilimanjaro, etc. Strange that the Americans kicked out the British but kept their "imperial" system in place and now are one of three countries in the world not using the metric system.
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Mar 17, 2017
(43)
I didn't use the heights, I just thought about which countries have high mountain ranges. However, judging by the number of comments here, some people do look at the heights and it's not exactly going to have the heights in the system used in the vast majority of the world.
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Mar 17, 2017
(34)
Well, whether people think it's helpful or not, I see no harm in adding the height in meters. I personally competed the quiz without using the height information (partly because I'm European and I'm not used to the feet scale), but I would find interesting to have that information in order to learn something, if nothing else. I don't understand why some people feel so strongly against adding the height in meters...
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Mar 17, 2017
(69)
what a bunch of whiny insecure infants... this is *exactly* the sort of comments I had in mind yesterday when I commented on another quiz that used tens of thousands of square km instead of miles that it was nice to see nobody trying to assert that it would be easier in miles. Because that would be ridiculous.
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Mar 17, 2017
(60)
Whatever about being useful to complete the quiz, I'd like to learn what kind of height certain mountains/ranges are and metres mean a lot more to me than feet.
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Mar 17, 2017
(44)
If it includes height, it should be meters (or both to help stone age part of the world). However I enjoyed doing it without looking at the elevation, it definitely adds challenge.
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Mar 17, 2017
(72)
Indonesia's highest point is in Oceania ;).
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Nov 7, 2016
(42)
How can it be if Indonesia is in Asia?
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Nov 10, 2016
(52)
Some consider the western part of guinea in Oceania. Quizmaster doesn't though as far as I know.
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Feb 4, 2017
(56)
The same way something can be in Russia but not in Asia... ;)
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Mar 17, 2017
(44)
Indonesia isn't in Asia, it's an island country that's not in any continent...
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Mar 17, 2017
(59)
I find funny that these types of quizzes have a bunch of people whining that the height should be in metres, or meters, yet nobody whines when the area in country quizzes is miles or kilometers.
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Mar 17, 2017
(64)
Great Quiz. Struggled on the last one then noticed it was the same height as another and the point must be on the border.
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Mar 17, 2017
(66)
Could we get the heights in rods instead? It'd be helpful.
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Mar 17, 2017
(25)
Alright chill out South America! We get it your very tall!!
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Mar 17, 2017
(43)
Please come to the 21st century... I mean to 20th century... I mean come to the real world and use meters. Otherwise nice quiz. Not too easy.
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Mar 17, 2017
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