Locations by Letter - D

Name these real and fictional locations that start with the letter D.
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Last updated: March 15, 2016
First submittedMarch 24, 2014
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Description
Location
Hamlet's country
Denmark
City policed by Robocop
Detroit
Where Lord Grantham holds sway
Downton Abbey
Anaheim theme park
Disneyland
Get the heck out
of this Kansas frontier town
Dodge City
Bottom of the sea, to a pirate
Davy Jones'
Locker
Formerly known as Mt. McKinley
Denali
Where Scrooge McDuck lives
Duckburg
Yoda's planet
Dagobah
White Cliffs locale
Dover
Description
Location
Area of genocide in Sudan
Darfur
South African camp for space prawns
District 9
Coal-mining area from "The Hunger Games"
District 12
California valley and world's hottest place
Death Valley
French city famous for mustard
Dijon
Utopia where people and dinosaurs co-exist
Dinotopia
Swiss ski resort and host of the
World Economic Forum
Davos
German city firebombed in WWII
Dresden
City where "Ulysses" took place
Dublin
Huge Indian city that is sometimes
ranked #1 in air pollution
Delhi
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Level 73
Mar 24, 2014
Thinking you meant for it to say "Yoda's planet" and not "Yoga's planet" :)
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Level 72
Mar 25, 2014
Although I bet they DO practice Yoga in Dagobah. How else does Yoda look so good? I mean, he IS 900 years old.
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Level ∞
Mar 26, 2014
Fixed
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Level 80
May 25, 2014
really less "Yoda's planet" than some swampy backwater that he ran away to and hid for a few decades because he was too scared to face Palpatine, so he sent some inexperienced kid to do it instead. He's not actually from there, is he?
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Level 74
May 25, 2014
Yoda begged Luke not to face Vader yet in Empire Strikes Back . . .
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Level 85
Jun 3, 2014
...and then he told him to go face him in ROTJ.
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Level 50
Aug 4, 2014
Yoda wasn't too scared. He faced Palpatine in Revenge of the Sith, and lost because Palpatine was far too powerful. He knew that Luke was the only one who could do it... because... MAJOR SPOILER ALERT... Darth Vader was Luke's father, and inside, he was still good. When his son was in danger, he killed Palpatine. Yoda could see the future, remember?
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Level 80
Nov 2, 2016
I dunno I remember the end of Revenge of the Sith, Palpatine dangling from the side of some Senate chair and Yoda running away like a little beyotch instead of turning back to finish him off. They were pretty evenly matched if anything. and Yoda was way more powerful than Luke in ROTJ. He probably looked into the future and saw all the money they'd make off of merchandising if they just dragged things out a bit longer. I guess that's worth the millions of people who died on Alderaan.
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Level 81
May 10, 2018
"I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of people suddenly reached for their wallets. I fear something lucrative has happened."
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Level 80
Mar 26, 2014
Darmstadt was another Germany city firebombed in WWII.
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Level ∞
Mar 26, 2014
One extra credit point for you!
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Level 80
Nov 2, 2016
Over 10% of the city's civilians were killed in one night. There were four times as many deaths as in the 9/11/2001 attacks on NYC. It probably should be accepted as a standard answer.
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Level 74
Apr 5, 2019
Hm maybe the Darmstadt conspiracy gags aren't in the best of taste
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Level 68
Nov 2, 2016
Beat me to it!
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Level 55
Aug 2, 2020
Pretty much all major German cities, and cities in Nazi occupied countries were bombed during WW2 at some point. Instead of demanding every single one of them to be accepted as an answer, maybe we could accept the fact that Dresden became the universaly accepted symbol for all of them and not have this argument in every quiz with such question.
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Level 55
May 11, 2014
I was going to say that I see that Dresden clue everywhere. But that makes sense because it's always the same person using it.
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Level 58
Jan 30, 2015
Isn't the "Utopia where people and dinosaurs coexist" actually Bedrock?
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Level 79
May 25, 2015
Like.
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Level 58
Jan 30, 2015
What a moron I am. I thought "South African space prawns from that movie District 9. What was the place called where they were kept?"
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Level 60
Jan 8, 2016
According to wikipedia, it's Davy Jones, not Davey Jones
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Level ∞
Mar 15, 2016
Fixed
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Level 61
Nov 2, 2016
For the clue "Utopia where people and dinosaurs co-exist" my first thought was the Creation Museum.
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Level 73
Nov 5, 2016
Djurassic Park?
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Level 79
May 15, 2017
Oooh, I like that! I guess so would people from Djibouti.
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Level 52
Oct 11, 2018
damn, i wrote that then scrolled down to see your comment...went back and deleted mine
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Level 47
Nov 2, 2016
Can't believe Dubai didn't make the quiz
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Level 65
Nov 2, 2016
Ok, am I the only one with NO IDEA what Dinotopia is?
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Level 83
Nov 2, 2016
It's a book series by James Gurney.
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Level 58
Nov 21, 2016
Don't know what it is, just made a lucky guess!
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Level 79
May 15, 2017
Nope. Me neither. I took a crack at it with Dinoland and moved on. :-P
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Level 63
Nov 2, 2016
Delhi is the district, not the city. New Delhi is the city.
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Level ∞
Nov 3, 2016
This is the second time this misinformation been posted this week.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delhi

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Level 50
Nov 4, 2016
Something I thought I'd never say, but "I didn't know how to spell" Darfur.
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Level 58
Nov 21, 2016
OH THAT Ulysses! Duh, self. *facepalm*
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Level 41
Jul 14, 2017
Only 15% of people got duckburg?!
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Level 67
Oct 10, 2017
I think most countries have different words for Donald Duck's universe..
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Level 67
Sep 28, 2019
Yea I tried duckcity and ducktown, we call it duckstad where stad is city, and duck is just the english untranslated word (otherwise it would be eend)
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Level 55
Aug 2, 2020
Yep. We had it translated to our local language. And since most people watch sunday morning cartoons at age before they start to learn foreign languages, I'm willing to bet it's the same in most places.
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Level 44
Mar 20, 2019
I knew it had to be some form of duck...but did't try Duckburg. My favorite attempt was Duckaloosa.
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Level 62
Aug 14, 2017
Please can you accept Disney or Disneyworld for 'Disneyland'
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Level 81
May 10, 2018
Disneyworld is in Orlando (technically Lake Buena Vista), not Anaheim.
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Level 78
Oct 22, 2017
Greetings from Dijon!
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Level 64
Nov 1, 2017
Rest in peace Mt. McKinley. You will be missed.
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Level 47
Dec 18, 2017
Who else got District 9 while trying to guess District 12?
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Level 81
May 10, 2018
I totally would have if I had been doing the quiz in backwards order.
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Level 69
Jun 9, 2018
I guess I'm the wrong age to know anything about Scrooge McDuck. I tried "Duckingham Palace" and was very disappointed.
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Level 67
Sep 28, 2019
Wonder what age that is, cant be very old because it has been around for a long time. Cant be very young, because it is a kids thing. It is like saying I am the wrong age to know the last name of mickey (mouse)
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Level 82
Apr 20, 2019
"Utopia where people and dinosaurs coexist?" "Bedrock!" oh, wait...
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Level 47
Oct 22, 2020
Kept trying, Dion, Dione, Dillon, etc. Pretty pathetic, that.