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Seven Letter Geography #3

Name these geographic answers that are only seven letters long.
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Most populous city in Scotland
Major waterfalls on the U.S. /
Canada border
Dubai or Sharjah, for example
Florence, in its native language
Region the above is located within
Island where you'd find Eyjafjallajökull
Washington D.C.'s river
Capital of Wales
Major city in central Florida
Copenhagen's island
Country part of Ethiopia until 1993
South American desert called
the world's driest
Region of the Netherlands, and incorrect
term for the country as a whole
Peninsula on which most of Denmark lies
French island in the Mediterranean
Canadian city with an annual "Stampede"
Capital of Venezuela
What separates Iran and Saudi Arabia
Persian Gulf
Peninsula directly north of Hong Kong island
Country that envelops Gambia
French coastal area also called Côte d'Azur
"Major" Balearic island
Mountain range of Rainier and St. Helens
City called Batavia when it was part
of the Dutch East Indies
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level 73
Nov 18, 2014
One of these days i'll learn how to spell Niagara. Even thought it was only 6 letters, I spelled it Niagra, like I always do and couldn't figure out why it wasn't working. Sorry I ruined the 100% for Niagara :-(
level 26
Mar 14, 2015
i did too but i eventually got it. i also spelled glasgow glascow for some odd reason
level 25
May 6, 2015
probably because americans pronounce it like glas-cow, it's so infuriating
level 72
Apr 11, 2018
Well, I'm American, but I've never even heard it pronounced glascow and certainly never said it myself and I've lived in Glasgow, Kentucky - so don't be mad at us.
level 77
May 6, 2015
Officially it's the Republic of the Gambia. Like when people talk about THE Ohio State University. As if there was more than one.
level 80
May 6, 2015
Tried to figure out how you were stretching Amager into seven letters for most of a minute before it dawned on me that the rest of Copenhagen was on an island too...
level 65
May 20, 2015
I had the same, but Zealand came to my mind a bit faster than in a minute ;)
level 49
May 9, 2015
Good, challenging quiz. I didn't do too well, but I learned some things.
level 60
Dec 3, 2015
Thank you Ezio :)
level 35
Mar 26, 2016
I am so tired of all these Denmark-centric quizzes! I must be the only brilliant and altruistically equitable genius with infinite disposable time on the Internet who is deeply offended when a geography quiz doesn't distribute its questions exactly and indisputably evenly across every single earthy area so as to deliberately cater to every desperate, miserable superioraton who can point out any possibly perceivable flaw, but offer no appreciable measure of constructive usefulness along any channel of worthwhile or helpful contribution. Where are all the World Fairness Police to complain relentlessly about this Denmark-centric quiz?! :D thanks for all the good work
level 74
Aug 17, 2016
The Persian Gulf is also known as the Arabian Gulf (also 7 letters). I got it right of course, but checked to see if it worked and it didn't. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persian_Gulf_naming_dispute
level 49
Feb 1, 2018
I agree, it should be allowed since in many arab countries on the gulf (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar etc.) we know it as the Arabian Gulf.
level 53
Jul 3, 2017
Enjoyed that one, was able to get all the answers but made my brain have a little think for some. Good start to a Monday morning.
level 66
Jul 3, 2017
Woot 30/30 with 3.41 left! Nice quiz
level 68
Jul 3, 2017
A joke I first read many many years ago: "Can you tell me what nationality Napoleon's parents were?" "Of Corsican." I didn't think it was funny then, or now, but how often do we get to speak about things Corsican?
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