Locations by Letter - K

Name these real and fictional locations that start with the letter K.
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Last updated: December 17, 2019
First submittedMarch 26, 2014
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Description
Location
Former capital of Japan
Kyoto
Superman's home planet
Krypton
Offical residence of Vladimir Putin
Kremlin
Country invaded by Saddam
Kuwait
U.S. state where Dorothy Gale lives
Kansas
Restaurant where SpongeBob works
Krusty Krab
Indonesian volcano
that blew its top in 1883
Krakatoa
Capital of Nepal
Kathmandu
Region disputed between India,
Pakistan, and China
Kashmir
We'll get there fast
and then we'll take it slow
Kokomo
Description
Location
Apu's convenience store
Kwik-E-Mart
County in southeast England
Kent
Modern name of Calcutta
Kolkata
African country where Masai people live
Kenya
Florida island where Hemingway lived
Key West
First Pokemon region
Kanto
Tallest mountain in Africa
Kilimanjaro
Capital of Ukraine
Kiev
Russian Far East peninsula featured
in the board game Risk
Kamchatka
Capital of Westeros
where the evil Joffrey ruled
King's Landing
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Level 75
May 1, 2014
Missed four. Three were perpetual Jetpunk betes noires Pokemon, Game of Thrones and Spongebob. If none of those things existed I'd do a lot better on these quizzes.
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Level 76
May 14, 2014
Don't see the bete noire plural often. Mine are Pokemon, Twilight, and Hunger Games.
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Level 74
May 30, 2014
Pokémon, Twilight, Game of Thrones, The Hunger Games and America :o)
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Level 60
Jan 13, 2017
Pokémon, Twilight, Harry Potter, Hunger Games, and one duck egg.
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Level 79
May 15, 2017
Pokémon, Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Twilight....and the capital of Assyria. :-)
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Level 77
Nov 24, 2015
If the USA didn't exist I would do far better on most of the quizzes...
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Level 73
Aug 29, 2016
If the USA didn't exist, this site wouldn't exist.
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Level 60
Jan 13, 2017
Bam!!!
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Level 77
May 8, 2017
It was a joke... read OP's comment again.
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Level 10
Dec 19, 2017
That is offensive because I live and love the USA
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Level 59
Mar 14, 2017
Kanto is also the region in Japan that contains Tokyo. Pokemon regions are all based on real geographical places (though Kanto is the only one that shares the name).
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Level 79
Mar 14, 2017
I missed the same three plus the Risk one, another frequent category. If the quizzes repeatedly asked about romantic literature or classical music, (or even country music or R&B) I'd do much better, although I am learning. I knew the Spongebob one had something to do with Krabby patties, I just didn't know the name. And I guessed Kingsland for Game of Thrones - so close. The other categories that get me are video games and The Simpsons.
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Level 69
Nov 2, 2017
Game of thrones, Harry Potter, Baseball, Basketball, American football, and so many more lol
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Level 65
Aug 19, 2014
Could you accept Kyiv for Kiev?
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Level 77
Aug 19, 2014
Not enough love for the Beach Boys
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Level 79
Mar 14, 2017
One of the best parts of being young in the '60s - the beach scene with Jan & Dean, The Beach Boys, Gidget & Moondoggie, Where the Boys Are, and Frankie and Annette.
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Level 66
Aug 19, 2014
What's with this site's fascination with Pokemon?
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Level 85
Aug 19, 2014
Agreed. Maybe it's an age-group thing, but I never have and never will consider Pokémon anything more than a cartoon and toy for little kids. I don't see pogs, cabbage patch kids, my little pony, or strawberry shortcake trivia featured heavily here, so why does Pokémon get so much love?
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Level 78
Aug 19, 2014
Ditto.
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Level 80
Aug 25, 2014
I always thought the show and games were terrible, but the head engineer where I used to work was a bit obsessed with them and he was in his 50s.
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Level 57
Mar 14, 2017
Because none of them are as big as pokemon, globally
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Level 52
Oct 12, 2018
and pet rocks
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Level ∞
Aug 19, 2014
Before I started this site, I knew very little about Pokemon. But people seem to be obsessed with it:

http://www.jetpunk.com/quizzes/original-pokemon-quiz.php/stats

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Level 82
Mar 14, 2017
I think you, Quizmaster, are psychic and could see the Pokemon Go! craze coming two years before it took the world by storm! ;)
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Level 79
Oct 26, 2017
I used to occasionally babysit for a boy who brought Pokemon cards along, and that was my only exposure to it - his family was originally from Colorado. I know many kids who played Magic:The Gathering, yet I never see anything pertaining to that game on this site. Maybe it's a regional thing here in the Upper South.
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Level 52
Oct 12, 2018
magic was big here in Australia... my son must have spent hundreds of dollars on those cards
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Level 43
Sep 11, 2014
The Pokemon, Lord of The Rings, Twilight and Spongebob questions are getting old.
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Level 70
Apr 20, 2015
And they are not places, just made up names.
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Level 79
May 15, 2017
Couldn't agree more. I feel like "learning" Pokémon, Lord of the Rings, etc. trivia actually makes you dumber.
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Level 40
Jan 29, 2018
Are you one of those people that thinks art isn't important? Spongebob is maybe the exception, but fiction is not stupid. Fantasy is not stupid. And learning anything cannot make one dumber.
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Level 71
Oct 2, 2018
I'm trying hard to do jetpunk quizzes without using up my scarce brain cells by remembering trivial bits of information like Spongebob, pokemon, American convenience stores and pop music, obscure childrens' stories etc. So far I'm doing pretty well, but my scores are not so great!
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Level 63
Jan 19, 2016
Couln't figure out how to write Kwik-E-Mart. I tried Kwikee but that only seems to work with Mart. Should've added Mart to my guess.
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Level 80
Mar 14, 2017
hm... I missed King's Landing... even though I've been to the real world version of it.. Dubrovnik. darn.
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Level 70
Mar 14, 2017
For Kokomo, maybe you could add that it's also a city in Indiana? (I'm a geography nerd, not a popular music connoisseur.)
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Level 67
Mar 14, 2017
That's not where I'd want to go.
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Level 58
Mar 14, 2017
But everybody doesn't know about that Kokomo.
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Level 69
Nov 2, 2017
I have no idea what the clue is about. Even after the seeing the answer I don't know what it relates to. Song, place, saying, something else?
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Level 52
Oct 12, 2018
a song... but the place name is all that i recall of it..
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Level 65
Mar 15, 2017
Kaikoura.
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Level 14
Mar 15, 2017
Damn. I couldn't spell Krakatoa.
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Level 56
Sep 10, 2017
Pokemon is literally targetted to Under 10s - yet for some reason it takes up an extraordinary amount of quiz questions FOR ADULTS.
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Level ∞
Sep 26, 2017
Every adult was a child once.
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Level 40
Jan 23, 2018
Because Pokémon is incredibly popular among many age groups and is actually a good game series.
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Level 73
Sep 23, 2017
Can we make the last question past tense? Joffrey ruled. **Spoiler Alert** He's dead.
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Level ∞
Sep 25, 2017
Ok
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Level 39
Dec 31, 2018
official is spelled offical in the quiz