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Rivers on Borders

These rivers form state or international borders. Based on the border, name the river.
  • Quiz idea: FentonsDad
  • If there is more than one river, name the longest one
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Jun 04, 2017
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Mexico and Texas
Germany and France
New York and Ontario
Bulgaria and Romania
Indiana and Kentucky
Arizona and California
Missouri and Illinois
Myanmar and Laos
Jordan and Israel
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Russia and China
Washington and Oregon
New Jersey and Pennsylvania
Iowa and Nebraska
Virginia and Maryland
Texas and Oklahoma
Zimbabwe and Zambia
Namibia and South Africa
Germany and Poland
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level 48
Jan 28, 2013
It's a pretty good quiz. Very interesting in my opinion. Unfortunately it's quite focussed on US state borders. Hence it's almost impossible for anyone living outside the USA. A little bit more international and this quiz would get from good to great.
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level 27
Jan 28, 2013
While I agree that it's much too US-oriented (a very common case on this site unfortunately), it's not impossible for non-Americans, it's enough to be interested in geography or a world in general a bit ;) I just got 13/16 (should've gotten Potomac as well) and I'm not American :)
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level 59
Aug 21, 2013
only miss Delaware
I'm not American
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level 32
Sep 9, 2017
Of course you should have gotten the Potomac. Every educated person in the world should be thoroughly familiar with the U.S. because we are the most powerful, benevolent nation in history.
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level 54
Sep 10, 2017
Cooldrive, I can't tell if you're being serious.
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level 36
Dec 23, 2014
Not true! There is the Ohaiyo river between India and Kentuckistan!
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level 55
Apr 17, 2015
Would be good if we could get a more consistent, worldview oriented rivers on borders quiz 2. Really enjoyed this.
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level ∞
May 1, 2015
I added two more non-U.S. questions.
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level 69
Jun 30, 2015
I'd be careful what you wish for. There are surprisingly few well known international border rivers (apart from the obvious ones like the Congo or Senegal, which are no fun). The American ones make it much easier.
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level 70
Sep 9, 2017
Yes thank you for pointing out yet again that it's absolutely impossible for anyone to know anything about US geography or culture. We all know that the United States is a black hole from which no knowledge ever escapes. It's quite literally impossible to learn something about it if you don't live there.
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level 43
Mar 26, 2013
Rhein should be accepted as an alternate spelling for Rhine.
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level 76
May 15, 2013
Loved the repetition of the river between states also being the name of yet a third state. Potomac broke the pattern, though...
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level 44
Oct 20, 2014
way too easy
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May 1, 2015
Rhein will work now.
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level 63
Jul 14, 2017
Why? It is incorrect.
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level 59
Sep 13, 2017
Because Rhein is what the Germans call it. Also, most quizzes on JetPunk accept "Rhein" already.
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level 12
Jul 4, 2013
Awesome, but I'm really bad at rivers. Missed 5
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level 59
Jul 2, 2014
Could you accept Amour as well ?
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level 65
Oct 6, 2014
Could you please accept Rio Bravo for Rio Grande? It's called Rio Grande in the US but Rio Bravo (del Norte) in Mexico.
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May 1, 2015
Rio Bravo will work now.
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level 40
Oct 6, 2014
Surely Niagara should be accepted as a correct answer for the New York - Ontario question? I am sure I was in Ontario looking across the Niagara River to a part of New York State just a few weeks ago....
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level 69
Jun 30, 2015
I agree. Being European I honestly had no idea about the river, just knew Niagara Falls was on the border, hence tried Niagara river. Wikipedia tells me this river exists and forms the border between New York and Ontario. I feel robbed.
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level 71
Jun 30, 2015
Very true. However, "If there is more than one river, name the longest one." So, no dice. Sorry!
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level 69
Mar 5, 2017
How about if there is more than one river, accept either one?
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level 44
Jun 30, 2015
The St. Lawrence Seaway is not anywhere near Niagra Falls. NY state is bordered by the Province of Ontario to its northwest, where Niagara falls is found, and by Quebec to the northeast. The nearest part of NY to Montreal is actually closer than the nearest part of it to Toronto. The St. Lawrence River is that border, and is different than Niagara. MOST of NY's border with Canada is found in Lake Ontario of the US Great Lakes, not by a river.
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level 72
Dec 3, 2014
Could accept Zambesi? Wikipedia lists that as an alternate spelling.
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May 1, 2015
Okay
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level 26
Mar 18, 2015
2:05 left
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level 65
Jun 30, 2015
Any chance you could accept Heilongjiang for the Amur river? Wikipedia lists it as an alternative name.
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level 68
Jun 30, 2015
Agreed, Amur is the Russian name, Heilongjiang (Black Dragon River) is the Chinese name.
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level 67
Jun 30, 2015
Came for the Americentrist complaints about a quiz on an American quiz site where you can make your own quizzes. Did not leave disappointed.
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level 53
Jun 30, 2015
Right? I don't get it either.
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level 68
Jun 30, 2015
Odra for Oder pls?
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level 68
Jun 30, 2015
Using the yellow boxes might be useful here? I got one or two "right" by entering rivers that turned out to be answers to different questions to the ones I was trying to answer.
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level 35
Jul 9, 2015
OH! I was trying to answer cities on those borders and couldn't figure out, for the life of me, why I couldn't get ANYTHING right!
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level 58
Apr 22, 2016
could've got Orange in such ways
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level 65
Jul 13, 2015
I'm from Ontario and the Niagara river is also a border of New York State and the Province of Ontario.
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level 50
Dec 11, 2015
"I exist" - South America
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level ∞
Jun 4, 2017
"I don't have rivers on my borders that would be good questions for this quiz" - South America
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level 54
Sep 19, 2017
There's quite a number there, I would suggest Argentina-Paraguay accepting both Paraguay and Parana.
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level 32
Apr 28, 2016
Nice quiz, but you should probably accept heilong jiang for amur as well
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level 55
May 1, 2016
I know you ask for the longest river but I really feel like "Neisse" should be accepted for the border between Poland and Germany. After all, it makes up for the longest part of the border with 198 km, opposed to the Oder's 162 km.
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level 67
May 25, 2016
I loved that so many US states are separated by rivers with the names of other states.
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level 67
Jul 13, 2016
Ussuri would also work for Russia-China.
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level 42
Mar 21, 2017
Rivers on borders? Very interesting. Let's make a world wide version of this.
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level 37
Sep 9, 2017
100% first try... I only share because I think this is my best deviation from expected value. Love rivers
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level 57
Sep 9, 2017
I was hoping for the Tweed. haha
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level 72
Sep 9, 2017
Had trouble with the New Jersey/Pennsylvania one until I remembered my Revolutionary War history and thought of Washington sneaking his men across the icy river on Christmas night to sock it to the Hessians.
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level 36
Sep 9, 2017
New York and Ontario both also border Lake Erie. Lake Erie should count.
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level 57
Sep 11, 2017
Didn't want to say that the Congo River separates the Congo and the Congo?
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