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Cedar is to Lebanon
Maple is to Canada
Egypt is to Sudan
United States is to Mexico
Lufthansa is to Germany
Qantas is to Australia
Lagos is to Abuja
São Paulo is to Brasilia
PNG is to Guinea
UAE is to Emirates
Niagara Falls are to
North America
Victoria Falls are to
Africa
Charles Bridge is to
Prague
Bridge of Sighs is to
Venice
.za is to South Africa
.ch is to Switzerland
Lima is to Pizarro
Philadelphia is to Penn
Castle is to England
Chateau is to France
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Bouillabaisse is to Marseille
Pizza is to Naples
Canary Islands are to Spain
Azores are to Portugal
Statue of Liberty is to
New York
Great Sphinx is to
Giza
Grand Coulee is to Columbia
Aswan is to Nile
Komodo Dragon is to
Indonesia
Lemur is to
Madagascar
Guam is to Micronesia
Hawaii is to Polynesia
Mount Teide is to Tenerife
Mount Etna is to Sicily
Coffee is to Brazil
Opium is to Afghanistan
Jeddah is to Red Sea
Helsinki is to Baltic Sea
Ciudad Juarez is to El Paso
Tijuana is to San Diego
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Stuck on PNG/UAE for waaay longer that I should've been. Couldn't think how PNG is related to Guinea...
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Oct 30, 2015
(67)
Yeah, I massively overthought that one. Took me ages to realise it was basically just asking what the final letter stood for.
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Aug 4, 2016
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Same, I thought if you would refer to the island as "Guinea", which one usually does not, UAE could then relate to the Arabian peninsula or even the Afro-Eurasian landmass. But no.
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Feb 19, 2017
(72)
Well, this was unexpectedly easy. Oh, and there is no final "s" in Marseille ;).
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Oct 30, 2015
There is sometimes in English. But I removed it.
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Nov 2, 2015
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And I'm not sure where the STATE of Liberty is. I've seen photos of the statUe of Liberty in New York, though.
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Oct 31, 2015
Fixed the typo
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Nov 2, 2015
(66)
Charles Bridge is in Prague, the Chain Bridge is in Budapest.
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Nov 1, 2015
D'oh! Fixed
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Nov 2, 2015
(73)
I don't feel the PNG/Guinea one works very cleanly ... there is a distinct other country named Guinea, while there is not one named Emirates.
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Nov 3, 2015
(75)
agreed
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Nov 4, 2015
(65)
Ditto!
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Dec 6, 2015
(62)
It actually does make sense. "Guinea" is that last word of Papua New Guinea just as "Emirates" is the last word of United Arab Emirates. I struggled with this analogy a lot as well because I was looking for a geographic or historical relationship between PNG and Guinea. When I finally tried the right answer, I realized that the analogy is based on the words, not the geography.
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Dec 19, 2015
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I think that's what makes it a good question - have to think a bit differently
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Aug 4, 2016
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I was thinking of the island of Guinea, so I tried Arabia for UAE because it's on the Arabian Peninsula. Took me ages too to figure out the correct answer.
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Aug 5, 2016
(47)
It is on the island of New Guinea, anyway.
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Aug 5, 2016
(33)
The quiz is GEOGRAPHY analogies, not literal ones
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Aug 5, 2016
(46)
Yes, I struggled over this one almost 2 seconds. Then I figured it out. As Pen says, it's analogies.
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Aug 8, 2016
(63)
'Colombia'
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Feb 22, 2016
(34)
'Venezuela'
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Feb 24, 2016
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Columbia refers to the river, not the country.
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Mar 3, 2016
(53)
tricky aye
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Mar 22, 2016
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I don't think that Chateau and castle go together. A castle is far more of a fortified home that usually houses royalty where as a chateau is more the equivalent of a manor house.
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Aug 4, 2016
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I agree. Palace to château is a better analogy, as in Buckingham Palace to Château de Versailles.
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Aug 4, 2016
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Not really. A palace in french is a palais. A palais is the equivalent of a manor house. A château is commmonly used for a fortified home but also for a manor house. For example, you have the châteaux de la Loire which are more like manor houses but also the château de Bonaguil which is clearly a defensive structure, more like a fortified home.
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Aug 4, 2016
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Yes, but various English connotations aside, the French word for castle is "château", while the French word for palace is "palais". The analogy is accurate.
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Aug 4, 2016
(56)
There are plenty of things called "castle" in English which aren't really castles. Dublin Castle and Oxwich Castle to name two off the top of my head. Often they're on the site of former fortified castles and turned into more like a chateau.
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Aug 4, 2016
(53)
Kept trying Madeira for the Portugal one
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Aug 4, 2016
(43)
that's a type of cake
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Aug 4, 2016
(66)
Tricky
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Aug 10, 2016
(71)
I love these quizzes that really make me think. You got me with UAE.
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Aug 4, 2016
(38)
I tried to guess "Convey" for Philadelphia... Oops
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Aug 4, 2016
(65)
There are also Bridges of Sighs in Oxford and Cambridge in the UK - could these be accepted too please?
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Aug 10, 2016
(70)
Yes, I tried Oxford first.
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Aug 23, 2016
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i said french polynesia but it didn't count:(
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Mar 27, 2017
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