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Alliterative Geography

Figure out these alliterative answers. where each answer is made up of two words with the same initial letter.
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Clue
Answer
SS
Landlocked African country
GG
Large Californian bridge
CC
Capital of Nevada
BB
Clock tower in London
PP
Cambodian city
CC
Massachusettsan peninsula
KK
Red sand in Turkic languages
MM
Longest river in the USA
PP
America Samoan city
CC
Largest county in Ireland
Clue
Answer
SS
African area under large desert
AA
African capital city
WW
Also known as 'Kotel'
MM
Highest peak in America
CC
Westminster London tube
SS
The Saviour's largest city
BB
Body of water west of France
WW
The West or The Occident
MM
Highest Appalachian peak
BB
Perceptual region in SE U.S.
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(66)
Nice! I'd try and avoid words that are similar to the answer in the clues, eg say 'its largest desert' instead of 'Sahara'
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Sep 27, 2015
(58)
Thanks! I've done just that. I'm not sure of another word for 'County' though.
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Sep 27, 2015
(29)
Not to be too pedantic...but the bell is Big Ben, the structure is Elizabeth Tower :)
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Sep 28, 2015
(58)
It's still called either one, and Elizabeth Tower would have worked.
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Sep 28, 2015
(67)
There are several mountains in the Andes with higher peaks than Mt McKinley
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Dec 21, 2015
(58)
America, not the Americas.
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Dec 21, 2015
(58)
Love it, do more!
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Jul 16, 2016
(58)
Thanks! Doing more is just too much of a challenge, what are some other answers?
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Jul 17, 2016
(58)
Wow! 1000 takes sure is many!
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Jul 17, 2016
(55)
I had Bay and Biscay in the same sentence (in that order) and no cigar!
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Nov 30, 2016
(58)
OK, we now allow anything with "Bay .* Biscay"
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Nov 30, 2016
(55)
Fun quiz! I guess I can understand why not many people got the Western Wall...I just happened to know the Hebrew name for it. Also, it is understandable for someone who have never been to California to refer to the Golden Gate Bridge as large, yet it is actually very short, especially in comparison to the Bay Bridge,
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Dec 21, 2016
(58)
Fun facts! Where are you from? In the US, most have never heard of Bay Bridge!
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Dec 21, 2016
(27)
Great quiz but maybe a bit too heavy of a focus on the United States. As a foreigner I had no idea about half of them.
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Dec 23, 2016
(58)
Do you know of some adequate answers to replace them with? As an American, I can't think of any
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Dec 23, 2016
(23)
yes. Scotia Sea. Sanaa Souk. Rangitaiki river.
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Jan 14, 2017
(58)
How many hours did it take you to come up with those? ;) Point is, they are not common.
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Jan 14, 2017
(53)
I would argue that the so-called "Black Belt" is also a perceptual region in the SE US.
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Jan 26, 2017
(58)
Fair point, Black Belt will now work :)
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Jan 26, 2017
(48)
It's not Mt Mckinley anymore. It's Denali now... Other than that, great quiz!
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Jan 30, 2017
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