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Twelve Letter Geography

Name these geographical things that are twelve letters long.
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Island of Scotland, Wales, England
Old name of Botswana
Capital city of Haiti
Capital of other half of Hispaniola
Christ the Redeemer Statue city
Such as the one under Yellowstone
Biggest city in Pennsylvania
Capital is Ashgabat
Canadian province that borders Montana and North Dakota
Formed by confluence of Parana and Uruguay Rivers
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Someone who makes or draws maps
Capital of biggest African island
"The Granite State"
Most populous city in Utah
South American French colony
4th-biggest Swedish east coast archipelago, one of biggest in world
Chinese city above 15,000 feet
Well-known Californian celebrity town near Hollywood and Los Angeles
Famous waterfall on Canadian-American border
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I enjoy your geo-quizzes, so thanks for another one! Just one small quibble - a "residence" usually refers to a house rather than a whole suburb or neighbourhood, so I got thrown sideways on that question. BTW, did you mean to have two 'Rio de Janeiro' questions?
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Nov 13, 2014
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Gosh darn. It was pretty hard to find semi-well-known twelve letter things so accidentally did it again. Rats.
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Nov 13, 2014
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The Yellowstone question is pretty vague.
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Nov 15, 2014
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The question concerning a Swedish archipelago is utter nonsense.
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Dec 24, 2015
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yup.
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Jan 5, 2016
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Ostergotland (really Östergötland) is not the name of an archipelago. It's the name of a "landskap", i.e. county. The county indeed does have a coast with a lot of islands but there are several different names, e.g. St Annas Skärgård.
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Jun 24, 2016
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may want to fix
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Nov 8, 2016
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