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Countries by Picture #6

Guess the countries that are depicted in these images.
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First submittedMarch 16, 2018
Last updatedMarch 16, 2018
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+7
level 76
Mar 16, 2018
Doesn't the Korea pic show both Koreas - with "the line" running between them in the center of the picture??
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level 73
Mar 16, 2018
Yeah, the guards are North Korean, but you can see the concrete blocks marking the border just next to the 2 soldiers at the back.
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level 67
Mar 17, 2018
Yeah, I kinda thought both countries should be accepted given it's clearly the border between them. Though it's not hard if you guess the wrong one to work out where you went wrong.
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level 72
Mar 17, 2018
Yes, the building in the background is South Korea, as is the darker gravel that the North Korean border guards seem to be careful not to step into.
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level 75
Mar 16, 2018
Beard ✔️ Opium poppies ✔️ must be Afghanistan
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level 76
Mar 16, 2018
How did 90% of everyone know that the third picture is specifically Tanzania? I guessed half of sub-Saharan Africa and didn't happen to guess that one. Was everyone else luckier than I was, or is there something in the picture that gives it away?
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level 75
Mar 16, 2018
I got it with Kenya, looks like the Masai Mara
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level 82
Mar 16, 2018
The Maasai people in the picture live in northern Tanzania and central/southern Kenya. Kenya was also accepted. They picture clearly features the Maasai.
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level 72
Mar 16, 2018
They are Masai (clothes, dance). Masai live in Kenya and Tanzania.
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level 73
Mar 16, 2018
And Masai are one of the most famous African ethnic groups by appearance
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level 58
Mar 16, 2018
I thought the mountain was Kilimanjaro from Tanzania, so I got a free answer!
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level 73
Mar 19, 2018
The clothing looked like the Wachati peoples from Ace Ventura 2: When Nature Calls (I know...I know)...unfortunately, I didn't know what African country that was supposedly set in. I also got it because I guessed the mountain was Kilimanjaro.
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level 62
Mar 17, 2018
Why is there a blank map? Pictures of landscapes, people, monuments are what makes this quiz series so great, so that map really feels out of place in here... :S
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level 62
Aug 7, 2018
I was thinking the same thing. It's weird to me that they chose a picture of a map when there's lots of good pictures of Nicaragua's landmarks/scenery/people/etc exist.
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level 77
Aug 7, 2018
Perhaps to emphasize the very large lake and even larger bodies of water to the east and west? I got it right away.
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level 71
Apr 9, 2018
What is the Spanish picture showing?
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level 72
May 18, 2018
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level 61
Aug 7, 2018
Palestine is not a country.
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level 79
Aug 7, 2018
Getting ready for the snarky responses...
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level 51
Aug 7, 2018
I don't think you should accept Kenya. That is what I guessed, but it wasn't the correct answer, and I don't think I earned that point. Kenya and Tanzania are two entirely different countries. It's like accepting Spain for France or Brazil for Bolivia.
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level 67
Aug 7, 2018
I think the point is that the picture could have been from either Tanzania or Kenya; there's no way to tell just by looking at it.
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level 55
Aug 7, 2018
Imo the picture with a dune could be any country with sandy desert
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level 77
Aug 7, 2018
Per wikipedia, the Southern Namib desert "...comprises a vast dune sea with some of the tallest and most spectacular dunes of the world..."

Seemed like the most obvious answer to me.

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level 78
Aug 9, 2018
now i look at it again, i see the trees at the bottom for scale so that makes sense. I didn't notice them before.
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level 69
Aug 7, 2018
South-eastern Morocco doesn't look much different from the picture for Namibia.
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level 73
Aug 7, 2018
Kudos to those who figured out the magnificent Koryaksky behind the notoriously bland Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.