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European Geography A-Z

For each letter, name a geographical term related to Europe.
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A
Capital and largest city of Greece
B
Spanish host of the 1992 Olympics
C
Region in which the above is located
D
River that flows through 10 countries
E
Famous landmark located in Paris
F
Néerlandophone portion of Belgium
G
Bundesrepublik Deutschland
H
Notable museum in European Turkey
I
Spanish and Portuguese peninsula
J
Peninsula forming most of Denmark
K
Russian oblast that borders Poland
L
City where the Beatles were formed
M
Sea separating Africa and Europe
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Answer
N
Paris cathedral, meaning "Our Lady"
O
England's oldest university
P
Italian city of the Leaning Tower
Q
Canadian state colonized by French
R
Country of Bucharest and Timisoara
S
Largest Mediterranean island
T
River that flows through London
U
Country that owns Crimea?
V
Maltese capital city
W
One-fourth of the United Kingdom
X
Greek Thrace city of 1,000 colors
Y
Russian city on the European border
Z
Largest Swiss city, canton, and lake
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It's Mediterranean Sea, but otherwise really good quiz. Well done.
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Jan 26, 2017
(55)
Bern is the capital of Switzerland
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Jan 26, 2017
(57)
Fixed.
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Jan 26, 2017
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Nice idea. Wanna do a more challenging one of these as well?
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Jan 26, 2017
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No bites, so here's my attempt
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Feb 4, 2017
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U is wrong!
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Jan 28, 2017
(57)
There is question mark; it's questionable and wrong :)
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Jan 28, 2017
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Thanks for your thanks on the French version - you'll see that Hagia Sophia and Yekaterinburg didn't survive in translation, because the French names Sainte-Sophie and Iekaterinbourg don't start with H or Y!!!
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Feb 7, 2017
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Welcome! Do you speak French or are you using a translator? (if the latter, it isn't even noticeable, which is good!)
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Feb 7, 2017
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