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City to Country Quiz #6

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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First submittedMay 18, 2015
Last updatedMay 20, 2016
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City
Country
Wrocław
Poland
Nicosia
Cyprus
Bruges
Belgium
Xi'an
China
Milwaukee
United States
Erbil
Iraq
Casablanca
Morocco
Nuuk
Denmark
Kathmandu
Nepal
City
Country
Hội An
Vietnam
Mogadishu
Somalia
Sharjah
United Arab
Emirates
Inverness
United Kingdom
Trois-Rivières
Canada
Nagano
Japan
Lucerne
Switzerland
Rotorua
New Zealand
Batman
Turkey
City
Country
Kaliningrad
Russia
Quetta
Pakistan
Mandalay
Myanmar
Papeete
France
Nazareth
Israel
Quezon City
Philippines
Rosario
Argentina
Cabo San Lucas
Mexico
Timbuktu
Mali
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level 83
May 18, 2015
Cruising through, and put in an answer for Papeete. Oh, is that wrong? No, I'm sure that's right. Yes it is, it's in Tahiti. WHY WON'T YOU ACCEPT TAHITI?! Oh... yeah. Duh.
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level 31
Aug 26, 2015
it accepts french polynesia
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level 42
Oct 20, 2019
Tahiti aint a country. Tahiti is a French territory
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level 55
Jun 3, 2015
I am putting Turkey down on my bucket list now. How did I not know there was a city called Batman!?
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level 49
Dec 4, 2015
I don't think that it will be pronounced in the same way as Batman, though.
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level 72
Jun 17, 2018
It's more like Buttman over there.
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level 69
Aug 29, 2016
The city of Melbourne was founded by a man named John Batman. Sadly the city did not end up being called Batman, but their are plenty of places in Melbourne and a federal parliamentary electorate named after him.
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level 69
Jun 10, 2018
A batman also is (or was? I'm not sure if they're still called it) what they called an officer's assistant in the military. Sam from Lord of the Rings is apparently based on Tolkien's batman. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batman_(military)
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level 28
Jun 22, 2015
nanananananananana BATMAN! nanananananananana BATMAN!
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level 56
Jun 10, 2018
Sodium sodium sodium sodium sodium sodium sodium sodium BATMAN!
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level 72
Jun 11, 2018
Took me a second. Good one.
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level 72
Jun 17, 2018
So I don't get it any more. Beethoven's favorite fruit was barium sodium sodium sodium?
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level 45
Jul 23, 2015
Hi everyone, I'm french and I'm addicted of this game!
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level 66
Aug 16, 2015
Your "Lucerne" is actually called Luzern because people speak german there and not french.
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level 76
Dec 4, 2015
It's Lucerne in English.
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level 77
Dec 4, 2015
Missed Rotorua and Quetta. I was planning to stop in Batman on my road trip across Europe and the Middle East, but, ended up rerouting for various reasons.
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level 76
Dec 4, 2015
I know Batman because the mayor apparently wanted to sue the makers of The Dark Knight when it came out.
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level 32
Dec 8, 2015
Me too
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level 65
Dec 4, 2015
I only knew Rosario and Trois-Rivieres from WRX.
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level 73
Dec 5, 2015
i know rosario because of the football club rosario central
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level 73
Dec 5, 2015
btw..what is wrx?
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level 61
Dec 4, 2015
Wrocław and Bruges are both in City to Country Quiz #3.
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level 72
Jan 24, 2016
Quetta was easy for me, because my best friend, at his daughter's wedding, declared in his father-of-the-bride speech that she had been conceived in Quetta. You never forget a city after an announcement like that
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level 69
Aug 29, 2016
Nice and easy.
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level 40
Oct 17, 2016
Batman, turkey wow it's real
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level 77
Jun 14, 2018
What else do you think Bruce Wayne eats on Thanksgiving?
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level 73
Oct 26, 2016
Nicosia Wroclaw and Kaliningrad have appeared already in this series
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level 59
Aug 26, 2017
there is a town called Nazareth in Belgium...
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level 54
Jun 10, 2018
I know, but the description says it is the most populous one that is the answer.
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level 46
Jun 10, 2018
I thought Nazareth was in Palestine, it is about 70% Muslim...
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level 77
Jun 10, 2018
My last comment here was mistaken. I don't think there are any maps of the West Bank that include Nazareth. It's too far north. The 1947 UN partition plan that called for an Israeli and a Palestinian state put Nazareth in the Palestinian state, but that plan was rejected by the Palestinian authorities and the Arab League and the Palestinian state that it proposed never existed. The Arab League declared war on Israel following the pull out of British forces. The Arab League quickly lost that war and Nazareth has been a part of Israel ever since. In 1949 and (I think) up through 1967, Nazareth was notable as the largest Muslim-majority city in Israel, but that doesn't mean the city is not Israeli. There are many Israeli Muslims.
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level 38
Jun 10, 2018
nunununununununu BATMAN nunununununununun BATMAN
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level 17
Apr 6, 2019
Wrocław my city :D