There's not much space in making the definition even broader.
if the link is too far off I dont think it should be a geography question. But the grey area is big and hard to define where it starts and ends. I would consider where is the eiffeltower geography, or where a certain folkdance is from. But not for instance where madonna is from. Or where Dell is being produced.
so, something specifically tied to the country and engrained in its history I guess (if the countries name was replaced by another, would it matter..). Just my personal opinion, as to when it still feels geography-y to me
- Human Geography *shrug*
Tried entering a selection of this spelling for 2 minutes and bombed out, I think if you put Sophia in the answer it would not be far wrong.
you can use common sense though to work things out, but you obviously didnt. He didnt get hagia sophia by typing haggis but haggis by typing hagia (sophia) so the sophia part doesnt matter and does not even play a role here.
he probably accidentally hit the s instead of a and got hagiS. Which apparently accepted for haggis.