4-Letter Geography Chain #1

For each hint, enter a 4-letter word. The last letter of this word will be the first letter of the next word.
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Last updated: December 5, 2019
First submittedSeptember 16, 2015
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Currency of Germany and Greece
Euro
Neighbor of Michigan
Ohio
Honolulu's island
Oahu
Mountain range between Europe and Asia
Ural
Third biggest city in France
Lyon
Pleasant city on the French Riviera
Nice
Irish name of Ireland
Eire
Title for a ruler of Dubai or Abu Dhabi
Emir
Heavily populated river valley in Germany
Ruhr
Capital of Latvia
Riga
Place to find the Taj Mahal
Agra
Shrunken sea of Central Asia
Aral
Former currency of Italy
Lira
Major ethnic group of the Middle East
Arab
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Indonesian island with many tourists
Bali
Also known as Persia
Iran
World's longest river
Nile
England's most famous boys college
Eton
Well known Scottish loch
Ness
Largest island in the Inner Hebrides
Skye
Sicilian volcano
Etna
The largest continent
Asia
River upon which Stratford sits
Avon
Capital of Greenland
Nuuk
County of England that lies closest to France
Kent
Ancient city in Turkey described in the Iliad
Troy
New Haven University
Yale
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Level 45
Oct 21, 2015
Skye without doubt one of the most mystical Islands you could ever visit. Amazing
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Level 58
Nov 9, 2015
I looked up pictures to see what you meant, and WOW. Made me all nostalgic for the time I was in Ireland. The Aran Islands have a similar "mystical" feel about them, as Skye indeed looks like it would have. They were my favorite part of my visit, of all Ireland, and that's saying something.
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Level 71
Sep 2, 2018
I know exactly what you mean. Inishmore and Skye were my highlights in Ireland and Scotland too, respectively.
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Level 64
Apr 17, 2018
Clearly you've never been to Gary, Indiana
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Level 60
Jun 2, 2020
But then again, who has been to Gary, Indiana?

probably no one

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Level ∞
Oct 15, 2020
There is just one place that can light my face

Not Louisiana, Paris, France, New York, or Rome, but--

Gary, Indiana

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Level 55
Nov 9, 2015
Please accept Amir for Emir
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Level 60
Mar 12, 2019
E__r??
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Level 58
Nov 9, 2015
Capital of Greenland? Literally typed the most inuit word in four letters I could think of and I didn't even look ahead to the next answer. Total guess. Got it right.
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Level 41
Nov 5, 2019
County of England? Literally just typed in a word that sounded like it could be a county of England that started with K and had four letters. Total guess. Got it right.
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Level 56
Apr 17, 2020
I didn't even read any of the clues, I'm omniscient so I just immediately got all of them right.
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Level 58
Jun 7, 2016
gOT THEM ALL WITH 2:16 REMAINING ON FIRST ATTEMPT
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Level 67
Jul 26, 2016
3 minutes left!
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Level 62
Nov 4, 2016
there are so many ethnic groups in the middle east besides Arab, Kurd, Turk, and Sikh just to name a few
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Level 79
Apr 16, 2018
How many of the others begin with an a and end with a b? Remember the rules of this one.
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Level 73
Jul 10, 2017
I have been to Isle of Skye. Abysmal network reception, so I couldn't post pictures just in time to impress others.
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Level 57
Oct 25, 2017
Isn't Copenhagen technically the capital of Greenland?
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Level 62
Nov 4, 2017
Not more than London is the capital of Scotland?
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Level 45
Feb 26, 2019
Lol no.
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Level 60
Apr 16, 2018
Only missed Agra and Aral though I was shooting around both of them. Damnit!
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Level 55
Apr 16, 2018
There is no such thing as an emir in the UAE. They are called sheikhs, presidents, vice-presidents, but not emir. That's informal and can only be applied to other countries such as Qatar.
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Level 55
Jul 21, 2020
Yep. That's why the country is called United Arab EMIRATES. Because they are all sheiks and vice-presidents. :-D
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Level 73
Apr 16, 2018
this was the first time i noticed that the last letter of the last answer was also the first letter of the first answer.

sweet.

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Level 49
Apr 16, 2018
So good to finally see a quiz that WASN'T written by someone in the USA. Loved it, thanks!
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Level 61
Apr 17, 2018
Hmmmm.....
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Level 52
Oct 6, 2018
have you looked up QM's profile...? unless i am mistaken, Seattle is still in the US unless they declared independence
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Level 66
Apr 22, 2018
Ontario would also work for in place of ohio as a neighbor of Michigan
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Level 61
Apr 23, 2018
4 letters?
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Level 58
May 24, 2018
Too much UK.
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Level 56
Apr 17, 2020
No, it only appears once (in "Nuuk")
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Level 53
Mar 30, 2019
Seems awfully UK centric. I got all but 4
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Level 65
Jul 14, 2019
Éire
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Level 35
Mar 12, 2020
what about ontario for 2
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Level 69
Mar 12, 2020
If you can squeeze that into four letters, sure!
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Level 49
Jun 24, 2020
Only mised Skye
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Level 45
Oct 9, 2020
The Ruhr is definitely a heavily populated river valley in Germany... but the Elbe is way more populated... containing 5x as many people in its drainage area, including the somewhat prominent cities of Berlin, Hamburg, Dresden and Leipzig (plus Prague if you wanna go outside Germany).
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Level 59
Nov 12, 2020
Elbe doesn't start and end with the letter "r."
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