Statistics for Geography Containing the Letter X

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Hint Answer % Correct
Second largest U.S. stateTexas
98%
A significant percentage of cactus species can be found only in this countryMexico
97%
England's oldest universityOxford
94%
Capital of ArizonaPhoenix
82%
Second least populous country in the European Union, after MaltaLuxembourg
79%
Borough that lies just north of ManhattanBronx
75%
Second most populous city in Egypt, founded by a famous conquerorAlexandria
75%
French city known as the "Wine Capital of the World"Bordeaux
74%
Largest city in South Dakota, named for a Native American tribe{Sioux} Falls
64%
Tourists flock to this Egyptian city to see the Valley of the KingsLuxor
62%
Germanic tribe that many English people are descended fromSaxons
61%
A former capital of China, known for its Terracotta ArmyXi'an
56%
This surveyor's line is often considered the boundary between
the Northern and Southern U.S. states
Mason-{Dixon}
53%
Capital of Nova ScotiaHalifax
52%
County just northeast of London, named for a Medieval kingdomEssex
52%
Nelson Mandela was a native speaker of this language, one of 11
official languages of South Africa
Xhosa
45%
This town in the French Alps hosted the first Winter Olympics in 1924Chamonix
33%
Southern state in the country above, known for its many kinds of mole sauceOaxaca
31%
Chinese city on the Taiwan Strait, formerly called AmoyXiamen
27%
This tributary of the Amazon is nearly 5x as long as any river in the UKXingu River
6%

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