Locations by Letter - L

Name these real and fictional locations that start with the letter L.
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Last updated: August 15, 2016
First submittedMarch 26, 2014
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Description
Location
Paris's most famous art museum
Louvre
Hometown of the Beatles
Liverpool
Plastic block theme park in Denmark
Legoland
Island of tiny people visited by Gulliver
Lilliput
Mediterranean nation known for cedars
Lebanon
Northern part of Finland
where some say Santa lives
Lapland
"Prairie Home Companion" locale where
all the children are above average
Lake Wobegon
Mountain home of the dragon Smaug
Lonely Mountain
Town in Surrey where the Dursleys live
Little Whinging
Canadian peninsula that shares a
province with Newfoundland
Labrador
Description
Location
What happens here stays here
Las Vegas
Largest loch in Scotland by area
Loch Lomond
City where Cruella de Vil lives
London
Soviet name of St. Petersburg
Leningrad
U.S. state home to Cajuns
Louisiana
Second largest metro area in France
Lyon
Biggest island in New York state
Long Island
Capital of Portugal
Lisbon
Place in the afterlife for
unbaptized babies?
Limbo
Country completely surrounded
by South Africa
Lesotho
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Level 74
Jun 23, 2014
Limbo? A location? Not in space-time as we know it.
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Level 85
Jun 23, 2014
It has to do with the afterlife. So, by definition, we don't know it.
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Level 65
Dec 15, 2015
Neither is the Lonely Mountain...not sure what your point is?
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Level 67
Sep 29, 2019
What do you mean, a mountain is definitely a location, limbo is something different. Regardless if you believe in it or not.
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Level 60
Apr 4, 2017
An unofficial teaching, related to thoughts on Catholic theology, Limbo (Latin limbus, edge or boundary, referring to the "edge" of Hell) is a speculative idea about the afterlife condition of those who die in original sin without being assigned to the Hell of the Damned.
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Level 60
Apr 4, 2017
Aaaand it's also the name of a town in Sweden. So there.
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Level 37
Sep 25, 2017
And a dance in the Caribbean.
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Level 75
Dec 20, 2019
And an awesome computer game
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Level 44
Sep 1, 2014
For the unbaptized babies I put Lethe, the river of oblivion in Hades. I thought where else would you baptize a baby in Hell?
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Level 42
Sep 1, 2014
did the Greeks baptize babies?
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Level 80
Sep 1, 2014
Some wires in my brain are apparently crossed this morning. I read "Mediterranean nation" as "Caribbean island," which made the answer difficult to guess.
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Level 75
Mar 23, 2016
all the children are above average what?
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Level 50
Apr 4, 2017
"Where the women are strong, the men are good looking, and all the children are above average". It's the little mantra that follows each monologue about the news from Lake Wobegon.
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Level 79
Apr 4, 2017
It's from Garrison Keillor's long-running public radio show.
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Level 78
Apr 4, 2017
Nailed Lake Wobegon! (currently only 11%) I always found Keillor's story-telling ability amazing. Used to catch Prairie Home Companion on Public Radio occasionally on Saturday nights until GK retired. Does PHC still air? Not even sure.
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Level 69
Apr 4, 2017
PHC is still going. It's now hosted by Chris Thile, a musician from the band Nickel Creek.
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Level 68
Jun 29, 2019
I used to have a bunch of the Lake Wobegon compilations on cassette tape. Great bedtime listening to fall asleep too. Very peaceful. My favorite was the one where the tractor hauling the septic tank ended up in the middle of the fourth of July parade by accident.
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Level 71
Apr 4, 2017
...can't believe I didn't get the Cruella de Vil one. I was thinking France for some reason.
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Level 65
Apr 4, 2017
Ah, my favourite villain of all time.
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Level 67
Apr 4, 2017
Cause you hate puppies?
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Level 83
Apr 4, 2017
I'm still baffled that, out of all the possible hints for London, THAT's the one they go for.
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Level 54
Apr 7, 2017
I didn't realize they were in London. Why does the Disney movie have them speaking in American accents? I am now questioning my childhood.
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Level 49
Apr 24, 2017
think la Louvre should be accepted
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Level 70
Sep 25, 2017
Should be Musee du Louvre in French, but as this is an English quiz you'll have to put up with Louvre.
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Level 65
Mar 3, 2020
La Louvre? Not at all! Le Louvre...
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Level 40
Jun 2, 2018
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