Places with Colors in the Name

Fill the blanks in the names of these places that have a color in their name.
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Last updated: December 30, 2019
First submittedJune 14, 2012
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Clue
Place
World's largest island
Greenland
Feature of Dover
White Cliffs
Obama's home, formerly
White House
Area in southwest Germany
Black Forest
Body of water that separates
Africa and Arabia
Red Sea
World's first National Park
Yellowstone
International area of Baghdad
Green Zone
Where Anaheim is located
Orange County
Also known as the Huang He
Yellow River
City in Wisconsin
Green Bay
Capital of Louisiana
Baton Rouge
Clue
Place
Moscow plaza
Red Square
River flowing from Ethiopia to Khartoum
Blue Nile
South Dakota mountain range
Black Hills
Strait that connects San Francisco Bay
to the Pacific Ocean
Golden Gate
Seaside town in Lancashire
Blackpool
Missile range in New Mexico
White Sands
Street of government offices in London
Whitehall
Scuba diving site in Belize
Great Blue Hole
Region of west Africa
Gold Coast
Northwest Territories capital
Yellowknife
Yukon capital
Whitehorse
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Level 20
Aug 16, 2012
Haha...totally put Greenlake for Wisconsin even though it's like the tiniest town ever...my B!
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Level 89
Jan 15, 2015
The London one almost got me, because I wanted it to be White Hart Lane. Arguably more important than the answer anyway. #COYS
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Level 73
Jan 23, 2015
Not to sound racist, but 75% of the answers that I missed were white...
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Level 71
Mar 9, 2021
Including the Obama one?
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Level 65
Mar 12, 2017
Auburnstralia and Austredalia should be acceptable :)
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Level 48
Dec 5, 2017
thank you to the White Stripes for Blackpool, Yellowknife and Whitehorse. DVDs, Under Blackpool Lights and Under Great White Northern Lights both awesome!
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Level 71
Apr 15, 2018
I don't think the Gold Coast is any more a region of West Africa than the Slave Coast or the Grain Coast. An archaic European name, but no more, I think.
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Level 65
Mar 31, 2020
Africa itself is an archaic European name, so therefore we may not call Africa Africa any more, do you understand?
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Level 44
Mar 7, 2021
Pretty much everything has a European name
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Level 70
Mar 7, 2021
Could change it to Australia which would be my first guess for a place known as the Gold Coast.
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Level 81
Apr 15, 2018
Did this quiz exist before without any part of the answers filled in? I think I remember taking it.
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Level 82
Apr 15, 2018
Did anyone else find it mildly disconcerting that the color was in English for every answer except one?
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Level 76
Apr 15, 2018
doubt it
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Level 70
May 6, 2019
Only the weirdos
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Level 20
Apr 15, 2018
i have never heard of the black forest but 79% of you guys got that
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Level 66
Apr 16, 2018
The cake probably helped.
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Level 67
Jan 23, 2021
Maybe you know it as Schwarzwald ?

That's how my mind went. Do I know a black forest? I do know a Schwarzwald (which in my head instantly translates to black forest. So I "say" the one word but think the other). Things get weird when you think in 3 languages at once haha.

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Level 62
Feb 18, 2021
It's a great place to visit, very picturesque, with good skiing and hiking, and beautiful lakes. Also, I'm not a fan of chocolate cakes, but Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte (black forest cake) is to die for!
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Level 78
Apr 17, 2018
Thank you, Betty Crocker, for giving me Gold Coast. I received a recipe card library for a wedding gift in the 1970s, and the first recipe I tried was Gold Coast stew from the international section. It was awful, and it became a family joke that has continued for over 43 years, - for example, "Kids, if you don't behave, your mom will make you eat Gold Coast stew." (I think I should have skipped the part that said to blend 3/4 c. peanut butter with a can of tomato paste. The chili powder and nutmeg didn't really help, either.)
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Level 60
Apr 6, 2020
What a fun story!
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Level 37
Apr 6, 2020
Ethiopia to Khartoum? Why not Sudan?
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Level 70
Mar 7, 2021
Possibly because there are other rivers which flow from Ethiopia to Sudan, like the Dinder and Tekeze. The confluence of the Blue and White Nile rivers is at Khartoum.
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Level 71
Mar 9, 2021
I walked down to that edge and dipped my sneaker in the water, hoping to get the left side dyed white and the right side blue. It didn't happen.
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Level 55
Jul 3, 2020
The north american questions had me a bit stumped. Hadn't heard of some of them. Live and learn!
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Level 55
Mar 9, 2021
I agree, this quiz is quite US-centric. The American answers are much more obscure than the rest for anyone living elsewhere.
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Level 62
Feb 18, 2021
I breezed through that quiz in seconds, all happy and self-assured, until the very last question, which absolutely stumped me. Very nice!
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Level 72
Mar 7, 2021
I knew 21/22, then guessed 'sands' for the missile range in New Mexico!
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Level 51
Mar 7, 2021
For the Gold Coast one, i think more people know about the city of Gold Coast in Australia than Africa, or you could maybe just mention it.
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Level 48
Mar 11, 2021
When I had never heard of the Green Zone before, but it was my first guess...