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6-Letter Geography Chain

For each hint, enter a 6-letter word. The last letter of this word will be the first letter of the next word.
Last updated: February 18, 2018
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Tel Aviv is its largest city
Israel
Country between Estonia and Lithuania
Latvia
Northernmost ocean
Arctic
Country in Asia or maybe Europe
Cyprus
Residential area outside the city center
Suburb
Capital of Colombia
Bogota
One of the continents
Africa
Portuguese island chain in the Atlantic
Azores
Important seafood on the Gulf of Mexico
Shrimp
Former spelling of Beijing
Peking
Polish city once called Danzig
Gdansk
Southernmost of Japan's main islands
Kyushu
The northern part of Ireland
Ulster
Capital of Saudi Arabia
Riyadh
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Answer
African-American neighborhood of Manhattan
Harlem
Where Oktoberfest started
Munich
Japan's most populous island
Honshu
Country that borders Lake Victoria
Uganda
Native American tribe of the Southwest U.S.
Apache
Term for a mass emigration of people
Exodus
Rue, Straße, Calle
Street
Capricorn or Cancer
Tropic
Closest French city to England
Calais
Turin religious artifact
Shroud
City called "The Big D"
Dallas
Largest island in the Mediterranean
Sicily
Food commonly found in Turkey and Greece
Yogurt
Most populous island in French Polynesia
Tahiti
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level 70
Oct 3, 2015
Yoghurt is 7 letters outside of the US.
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level 57
Oct 17, 2015
What other things are spelled differently outside the US? As far as I know, a ton!
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level 54
Nov 9, 2015
hahah good one
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level 71
Aug 17, 2018
I've seen it spelled yogurt and yoghurt here in the US. I've never seen anyone use the spellings nite or brite. What are you on about?
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level 74
Aug 17, 2018
diva it's almost like you are making an effort to always be wrong.
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level 54
Aug 17, 2018
Maybe in some other languages, yogurt is spelled with a J, but it's not English. The shortenings noted are mainly all commercial name spellings because companies can't trademark normal words or shortened for advertising when the costs were per letter. I find it funny how Brits have feuded with the French for centuries but are so adamant about received French spellings.
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level 75
Feb 15, 2016
In French, it is yaourt : 6 letters ^^.
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level 74
Aug 17, 2018
Wherever you're from is not the entire rest of the world outside of the US.
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level 55
Aug 17, 2018
I think the question is deceiving. You make it sound like an food item that would be mostly unique to Turkey and Greece, but yogurt is popular in many places. You are just setting people up to get this wrong.
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level 22
Aug 18, 2018
Actually the correct spelling is yoğurt from Turkish. You foreigners always thinking you are right all of the time. It's like the French calling us "etas unis" .
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level 50
Oct 10, 2015
Average score 23? Wow, I'm impressed. I only got 22 :( haha
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level 70
Oct 15, 2015
Excellent, thanks to my ability to adapt my spelling.
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level 69
Nov 4, 2015
Isn't yogurt common everywhere?
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level 53
Dec 27, 2015
Africa could be Europe, Israel could be Kuwait.........
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level 83
Jan 8, 2016
Am assuming you're kidding? I certainly hope so anyway.
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level 58
Feb 15, 2016
Couldn't the middle eastern country be Jordan?
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level 65
Feb 15, 2016
Yes, Kuwait, Jordan or Turkey (perhaps even Cyprus). Navajo instead of Apache. Perhaps these should be added as correct answers?
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level 83
Feb 15, 2016
Am finding it increasingly harder these days to know when someone is being serious or sarcastic. I am going with sarcasm on this one?
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level 67
Feb 15, 2016
They're not correct answers because they don't fit the letter chain...
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level 65
Feb 16, 2016
Wow, I wasn't being sarcastic. I only now realized the "chain" part of the quiz, I just typed in 6-letter things. Sorry! I only missed "apache" and "shroud", though.
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level 49
Feb 16, 2016
I know exactly what you mean, CRey...
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level 59
Feb 18, 2016
As my wife says, when you've broken it, read the instructions.
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level 59
Feb 15, 2016
The big "D". I love it. :-)
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level 65
Feb 15, 2016
Missed Yoghurt as I didn't realise it was spelt without the 'h' in the US.
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level 55
Feb 16, 2016
Jordan, is another 6 letter Middle Esatern country, and Europe is another 6 lettered continent.
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level 49
Feb 16, 2016
If sarcasm: yes, good point well made there. If not sarcasm: read the rules before doing the quiz.
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level 39
Sep 27, 2017
People PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS and save yourselves from making nonsensical comments!
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level 49
Feb 16, 2016
Sorry for those who do not understand the concept of "word chain". If your desire answer match the clue, but its first letter is not the same as the previous one's last letter or its last letter is not the same as the next one's first letter, then your answer are WRONG. Don't keep asking for adding them unless it starts and ends with the same letters as the correct one.
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level 45
Jul 16, 2016
That feeling when you forget Africa
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level 44
Dec 23, 2016
2:11 left. Beat that... actually that's pretty bad... but I enjoyed it anyway.
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level 67
Feb 9, 2017
Can you except "Dallis" for "Dallas"?
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level 58
Feb 14, 2017
Wth?
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level 39
Apr 6, 2017
Sure, if you change your name to tinklepink.
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level 58
Aug 17, 2018
Or Ticklepork.
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level 53
Apr 10, 2017
Continent could be asia? Works
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level 40
Jun 15, 2017
I didn't realize Asia has 6 letters.
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level 41
Aug 17, 2018
Well, now you know. Write that down. A S Z I Y A
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level 57
Apr 27, 2018
Didn't read the directions and kept trying "road" and eventually got it wrong.
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level 58
Aug 17, 2018
How did you even get to the quiz without reading the title?
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level 40
Aug 17, 2018
Immediately thought "Russia" for country in either Europe or Asia. Isn't Cyprus established as an Asian country?
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level 48
Aug 17, 2018
No.
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level 74
Aug 17, 2018
Had I known the name of the southernmost Japanese island it probably wouldn't have bothered me as much that there are two Japanese island questions in the same quiz. Also, if you don't want to repeat the mass migration word clue which appeared in the 6-letter vocabulary chain quiz a few days ago, you could replace it with Eccles cakes, Philly Eagles, white bird seen in US cattle pastures, etc. Just a thought.
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level 74
Aug 17, 2018
I made it about 2/3rds of the way through before I realized it was a word chain puzzle. That was only because I couldn't figure out why navajo/navaho wasn't working.
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level 51
Aug 17, 2018
Please except prawns for shrimp! I know it doesn't relate to the last letter but a lot of people know them as prawns and the answer of 'shrimp' won't even cross their minds.
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level 59
Aug 20, 2018
Which part of "word chain" is tough?
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level 66
Aug 18, 2018
Once I thought of 'ScalloP'...... I couldn't think of 'ShrimP'
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level 26
Aug 18, 2018
yyyyeeeeeeeooooooo
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level 37
Aug 21, 2018
When I get on a roll I always start tending to skip "double-typing" the chain letters...maybe accept a type-in for each word without the ending, or their first letter? Why is Riyadh accepted without the final "H" on other quizzes, but not here? I find that rather confusing. Also, why are there TWO questions about Japanese islands? And lastly, we spell yogurt here, either as "yoghurt" or "yogourt" along with other variations, so shrimp and shroud were impossible to answer, or even guess.
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