6-Letter Geography Chain #2

For each hint, enter a 6-letter word. The last letter of this word will be the first letter of the next word.
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Last updated: February 18, 2018
First submittedFebruary 18, 2018
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Hint
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Capital of Portugal
Lisbon
Third-largest city in Italy
Naples
Indigenous religion of Japan
Shinto
England's oldest University
Oxford
War-torn region of Sudan
Darfur
Notable invasive species in Australia
Rabbit
Its official name is "Republic of China"
Taiwan
Famous for fjords
Norway
City formerly known as Rangoon
Yangon
Native American tribe of the Southwest U.S.
Navajo
Opposite of occident
Orient
Hint
Answer
One of China's five allowed religions
Taoism
Resident of Ulan Bator
Mongol
Where Buckingham Palace can be found
London
Major city in New Jersey
Newark
Topeka is the capital of this state
Kansas
World's largest non-polar desert
Sahara
Largest U.S. state by area
Alaska
Official language of Egypt
Arabic
Primary export of Ethiopia
Coffee
One of the continents
Europe
Paris's most famous tower
Eiffel
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Level 78
Feb 18, 2018
Finished with 3:46 remaining. Could probably use two less minutes.
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Level 36
Aug 18, 2018
i hope that makes u happy in life.
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Level 80
Feb 19, 2018
Yeah, 3:53 remaining.
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Level 81
Feb 19, 2018
Agreed. 2 mins should be lopped off.
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Level 45
Feb 19, 2018
I did need the time >.
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Level 72
Feb 19, 2018
I knew them all without even thinking, but was hunting and pecking on an iPad with one hand. I finished with 2:42 remaining, so Quizmaster, do with that datapoint what you will.
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Level 40
Apr 17, 2020
Ignore it probably.
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Level 40
Feb 20, 2018
I kept putting tao and for some inexplicable reason I could not come up with Taoism
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Level 86
Feb 22, 2018
Got to the end and had everything but Ethiopia. C....E. Cheese? Candle? Cattle? Coyote? Yeah, that took me way too long.
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Level 62
Apr 26, 2018
Did the same thing and felt real stupid when I saw the answer.
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Level 67
Oct 21, 2018
Yup, same here. As I am consuming the actual export from there as I was drawing a blank
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Level 80
Oct 16, 2018
Coyotes would be a pretty amazing primary export.
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Level 63
Nov 8, 2019
I tried candle and cradle, but missed an obvious answer - coffee.
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Level 59
Sep 8, 2018
Rangoon Yangon. Missed one.
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Level 40
Apr 17, 2020
I got it eventually by trying y....n words that sounded a bit like Rangoon.
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Level 61
Oct 16, 2018
Africa is a continent? Six letters, why just Europe??
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Level 67
Oct 16, 2018
Just Europe because it has to start and end with an "e" to fit.
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Level 45
Feb 24, 2019
How did you reach this far without grasping the concept?
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Level 67
Oct 16, 2018
I love how, at these quizzes, the last letter of the last word is always the same as the first letter of the first word - even though it's not mentioned in the instructions.
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Level 46
Oct 16, 2018
It is mentioned there though.
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Level 63
Oct 16, 2018
BOOM!
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Level 67
Aug 15, 2019
It isn't though. The first word is not the next word of the last one. Hence LAST meaning end). So he is right, it is not mentioned in the instructions.
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Level 63
Nov 8, 2019
@unknown2000 I thought you were correct at first but then after reading tourwoorden's comment a few more times I realised he is correct.
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Level 67
Oct 16, 2018
"For each hint, enter a 6-letter word. The last letter of this word will be the first letter of the next word.", I think it tells enough.
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Level 52
Oct 17, 2018
maybe just add that this includes the last word ending with the first letter of the first word, for the literacy challenged
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Level 40
Apr 17, 2020
Yeh it's a nice little extra titbit.
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Level 23
Oct 25, 2018
Why is a resident from Ulan Bator a mongol? Can't foreigners live there?
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Level 53
Jan 14, 2020
Maybe change clue to capital of which US state