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Countries by a Single Clue #1

Can you name the country that corresponds to each clue?
  • Answer must correspond to yellow box!
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - May 08, 2017
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Clue
Country
Where mariachi music originated
Gave the Statue of Liberty to the U.S.
Where Archbishop Desmond Tutu served
On Egypt's southern border
Has the most land area between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn
Has won about 1/3rd of all the Nobel Prizes ever awarded
Largest country that borders Lake Victoria
Formerly the personal property of King Leopold II of Belgium
Dalmatia is one of its four historical regions
Costa Rica is located on its southern border
Most of its land area is located on the Anatolian peninsula
Country in Oceania with a four-letter name
Small country due south of Rwanda
Landlocked country that wouldn't be landlocked if Vietnam didn't exist
Shares its name with a U.S. state
Country where Columbus first landed
Its name means "The Savior"
Located in the Pyrenees Mountains
Has the most Christians of any Asian country
Has more elephants than any other country
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level 80
May 8, 2017
But Togo isn't in Oceania...
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level 63
Aug 1, 2017
And Oceania isn't in Africa Nigel
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level 40
Aug 1, 2017
Someone mixed up Tonga and Togo. I used to do that alot myself.
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level 80
May 8, 2017
Very nice quiz!
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level 59
May 8, 2017
Isn't being in Oceania and having a four-letter name two clues?
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level 58
May 9, 2017
What's the second one? There are a quite a few 5-letter countries but I only know one 4-letter country in Oceania.
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level 73
May 9, 2017
It's hard to describe Fiji with less than two clues, I guess.
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level 47
May 9, 2017
Close in name to a mountain in Japan?
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level 66
Aug 1, 2017
Source of water sold to people who ought to know better? Nah, that takes in too many possibilities.
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level 63
Aug 1, 2017
Birthplace of golfer Vijay Singh
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level 43
Aug 1, 2017
Dream destination in The Truman Show.
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level 2
Aug 1, 2017
Yep.
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level 42
May 10, 2017
1 point, first try. I really did my best.
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level 55
May 25, 2017
Oops! Thought it said most elephants of any Asian country. 17/20.
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level 70
Aug 1, 2017
Had to guess a lot for the elephants but the rest were easy.
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level 72
Aug 1, 2017
I only got that one correct because a friend went on a camera safari there and all she talked about were the lions and elephants.
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level 72
Aug 1, 2017
Forgot the object of the quiz and was typing in names of every person I could think of who might have won so many Nobel prizes. Duh.
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level 58
Aug 2, 2017
Yes! Same here, unfortunately. Because of this, I only finished with 6 seconds to spare - wasted so much time!
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level 56
Aug 2, 2017
Technically, the country where the Italian Columbus first landed was most likely Spain. They were the underwriter's of his great adventure.
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level 47
Aug 3, 2017
There was no Italy so he wasn't Italian. He was from the republic of Genoa. He had proposed his idea to the Portuguese crown, Genoan and Venetian leaders as well as Ferdinand and Isabelle of Aragon and Castille already previously, and traveled extensively for a decade or two trying to convince somebody to sponsor his voyage, so it wasn't like he started out in "Italy", sailed to "Spain" and continued westward..
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