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City to Country Quiz #1

For each selected city, name the country in which it is located.
Answer must correspond to the yellow box
If the city is in multiple countries, we are referring to the most populous one
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Last updated: August 30, 2018
First submittedOctober 11, 2010
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City
Country
Guadalajara
Mexico
Montevideo
Uruguay
Stuttgart
Germany
Darwin
Australia
Chennai
India
Khartoum
Sudan
Bergen
Norway
Cagliari
Italy
Shiraz
Iran
City
Country
Odessa
Ukraine
Saskatoon
Canada
Durban
South Africa
Kyoto
Japan
Gdansk
Poland
Jeddah
Saudi Arabia
Porto
Portugal
Nicosia
Cyprus
Luxor
Egypt
City
Country
Haifa
Israel
Medellin
Colombia
Dakar
Senegal
San Bernardino
United States
Basra
Iraq
Kalamata
Greece
Yakutsk
Russia
Brno
Czech Republic
Camagüey
Cuba
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level 69
Apr 8, 2013
Good quiz
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level 51
Jan 7, 2018
I like Jetpunk quizzes. They are my favourite types of quizzes.

When I do well on the quizzes, I think to myself, "Yes".

When I do poorly on the quizzes, I think to myself, "No".
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level 40
Apr 9, 2013
Darwin, Minnesota. About an hour west of Minneapolis.
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level 40
Jun 2, 2013
Yes, but tiny compared to Darwin, Australia.
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level 70
May 19, 2016
The Australian one is almost 400 times the size. Which is saying more about how tiny Darwin, Minnesota is, because Darwin, Northern Territory is not a huge city by any measure.
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level 54
Jan 16, 2018
It is by Northern Territory measure
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level 81
Aug 13, 2014
With the world's largest ball of twine!
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level 75
Oct 23, 2013
I learned San Bernadino from Frank Zappa. Thanks Frank.
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level 48
Dec 12, 2014
And don't forget it's one of the towns where you get your kicks on route 66!
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level 77
Jan 6, 2018
I learned from this site that it's spelled San Bernardino.
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level 10
Jun 16, 2014
Great quiz i loved it
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level 63
Jul 15, 2015
This would be totally addictive if done as a "random" quiz where the questions change each time you run it.
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level 34
Dec 8, 2015
Can't agree more.
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level 50
Jul 22, 2015
The only Odessa I knew was Texas. Argh.
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level 57
Jul 22, 2015
100,000 people is nothing to sneeze at.
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level 37
Aug 26, 2019
Instrumental: Ever hear of "the Odessa Files" with Jon Voight?
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level 77
Jul 22, 2015
For Stuttgart my first thought was the duck-hunting capital of Arkansas, then figured with a population of less than 10,000 versus half a million, the city in Germany might be a tiny bit more well-known.
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level 71
Sep 2, 2018
"Stuttgart, Arkansas" should be the sequel to "Paris, Texas".
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level 61
Jul 22, 2015
100%. Fun and challenging. Only city I was unfamiliar with was Camaguey but got guessed by listing every Spanish speaking country not previously listed.
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level 51
Jan 6, 2018
Same here, but I gave up after trying the whole of South America....
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level 74
Sep 21, 2016
Knew Brno thanks to "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy".
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level 77
Apr 14, 2017
Gary Oldman rocks in that movie.
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level 75
Oct 26, 2016
Visited Odessa, Gdansk, Porto, Nicosia and Brno
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level 47
Jan 16, 2017
Surprised abt the %age for Camaguey... an important place in the history of Cuba
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level 68
Jan 6, 2018
And an entry point for quite a few package tourists.
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level 35
Apr 20, 2017
Very good quiz. I kept filling in Switzerland for San Bernardino as it is also a little town there which I visited. :)
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level 34
Jan 6, 2018
Crap! needed Kalamata
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level 67
Jan 6, 2018
Guadalajara is one of Spain's provincial capitals - the city in Mexico was named after the one in Spain. Spain should also be a valid answer too
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level ∞
Jan 6, 2018
"If the city is in multiple countries, we are referring to the most populous one"
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level 60
Jan 6, 2018
Just for the fun : Bergen is also the Flemish Name of the Belgian city Mons ( 100.000 souls), which one is in Walloonia where French is spoken
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level 65
Jan 23, 2019
And there are the dutch, bergen/bergen aan zee and bergen op zoom.

funny in a country that is nearly completely flat (bergen means mountains). Besides in the most southern appendage, where we border belgium and germany (achen). In the rest of the country the biggest "hills" might be the where one road is build to go over another. And the dunes I guess. Anything above 10 meter is high!!!

(Maybe that s why we are known for cycling, I cant imagine doing that in hilly places)

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level 42
Jan 6, 2018
There is a Guadalajara city in Spain too.
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level 61
Jan 6, 2018
Bergen, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.
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level 67
Jan 7, 2018
Bergen, Limburg, Netherlands as well :)
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level 40
Jan 15, 2018
Been through Brno on a train, right hole, that was around the point where the police got on and shoved guns in everyones faces demanding to see passports... open borders at their best! I have found travelling round Europe that you know you're getting into eastern Europe when every city you pass through has an old power station and a massive red and white chimney smack bang in the middle of the city lol
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level 7
Mar 22, 2018
you should be good in spellings and type fast
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level 43
Oct 20, 2019
I don't get San Bernardino. Like why that name. It got me typing all the Spanish speaking countries. And then I came up USA for random reasons and got surprised. Well I should've known because El Paso is also Spanish sounding.
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level 78
Jan 27, 2020
There are tons of Spanish place-names in the USA. Florida, Texas, California, and all the land west of the Mississippi were originally colonized by the Spanish. That's more than half the country.
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level 70
Feb 17, 2020
The US has the third most native Spanish speakers of any country in the world. Only Mexico and Colombia have more - the US has more than Spain or Argentina.
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level 54
Dec 19, 2019
I haven't actually been to any of these cities... I need to travel more.
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level 78
Jan 27, 2020
doesn't have to be as difficult or expensive as people imagine it to be. Though I get around a lot and have only been to 5 or 6 of these (not sure about San Bernardino). My favorite was probably Odessa though Haifa and Nicosia are nice, too.
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level 61
Feb 17, 2020
Anyone else frantically typing "Canada" for Cagliari?
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level 34
Feb 17, 2020
"Camagüey" is the correct spelling. There is no English spelling distinct from the Spanish spelling, unlike, for example, "Zürich" (German) vs. "Zurich" (English).
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level ∞
Feb 18, 2020
Ok