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South America Geography Quiz #2

Answer these random South American geography questions.
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What are the two landlocked countries of South America?
Bolivia
Paraguay
What is the most populous city in South America?
São Paulo
What is the top agricultural export of Colombia?
Coffee
What Ecuadorian island chain was famously visited by Charles Darwin?
Galapagos
What Chilean island was first seen by Europeans on Sunday, April 5th, 1722?
Easter Island
What South American capital city starts with the letter Q?
Quito
What object is depicted on the flags of Argentina and Uruguay?
Sun of May
What city, starting with the letter R, is the eastern-most major city in South America?
Recife
What is the currency of Brazil?
Brazilian Real
What city's unfinished Tower of David skyscraper was home to 2,500 squatters until 2015?
Caracas
What region consists of southern Argentina and southern Chile?
Patagonia
What sea is found to the north Colombia and Venezuela?
Caribbean Sea
What is the world's largest rodent, found only in South America?
Capybara
What city wasn't founded until 1960 but today as over 2.5 million residents?
Brasília
What city in Peru was once the capital of the Incan empire?
Cusco
What is the name of the French region located in South America?
French Guiana
What is the southernmost point in the Tierra del Fuego?
Cape Horn
Chile is the number one producer of what battery ingredient?
Lithium
What massive waterfalls are found on the border of Argentina and Brazil?
Iguazu Falls
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level 72
Feb 14, 2016
What does the picture signify?
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level 61
Feb 14, 2016
It's the Wiphala (emblem) of Qullasuyu, a region of the Incan Empire.
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level 52
Dec 5, 2019
always nice to learn
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level 68
Jun 6, 2016
"What is the world's largest rodent, found only in South America?" ... this isn´t a geography question.
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level 81
Jul 11, 2016
Wow, this complaint still comes up? Geography is not just about land features. Let me help you: http://nationalgeographic.org/education/what-is-geography/
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level 69
Aug 3, 2016
That complaint will never go away. I swear every geography test on here features one person making it.
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level 76
Jul 16, 2016
Geography is everything. Pretty much literally. Try studying it.
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level 69
Aug 3, 2016
How is Iguazu last? It is one of the most epic sights on Earth.
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level 63
Aug 16, 2016
RIGHT???
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level 76
Aug 16, 2016
Angel Falls is the only one I've heard of in SA.
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level 49
Aug 16, 2016
I think you should accept Rapa Nui as an acceptable answer for Easter Island. Thanks!
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level 66
Aug 16, 2016
I guessed cocaine for Colombia's top agricultural export. Turns out the first two letters were correct lol!
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level 56
Aug 16, 2016
LOL
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level 65
Mar 24, 2017
I tried cocaine too. I didn't even think about it -- my hands just started typing cocaine when I saw Colombia. Colombians sure love their stimulants.
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level 56
Oct 10, 2017
By the way, it’s spelled ColUmbia
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level 79
Nov 24, 2018
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level 76
Aug 16, 2016
I was thinking, "I know Machu Picchu was in the Cusco Region, but what was the name of the nearby capital???" Smack.
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level 62
Aug 16, 2016
I think Joao Pessoa should be considered instead of Recife as it is home to the eastern-most point in the Americas' mainland and its population is around 720 mi (city proper) and 1.1 mi (metro area)
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level 38
Aug 17, 2016
It's funny that in Spanish Cape Horn is Cabo de Hornos, which means Ovens Cape, Horno means Oven in Spanish, while Horn in Spanish is Cuerno. It's a false friend.
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level 38
Aug 17, 2016
I made a mistake, while my comment is true on the words I said. I supposed that the name of the place was after something in Spanish, while is not, the name comes after a ship that sank close by, the name was Hoorn and the place was named "Kaap Hoorn".
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level 38
Nov 17, 2016
Thank you for the correction. If we'd stop trying to anglicize everything, we might have fewer problems with quizzes (and life in general)
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level 51
Aug 17, 2016
For the rodent, we call it "chiguiro" in Colombia
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level 69
Aug 18, 2016
El Chigüire Bipolar!
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level 71
Feb 8, 2017
'Foz de Iguacu' should be accepted
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level 61
Feb 10, 2017
I hate missing an answer because 10 attempts will not spell it acceptably.
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level 54
Nov 5, 2018
Can you add Iguazo as an acceptable answer for Iguazu, I've seen both spellings
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level 52
Feb 1, 2019
Isn't João Pessoa more east than Recife?