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Greece A-Z

For each letter A-Z, figure out the answers that all pertain to the country of Greece.
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First submittedOctober 26, 2015
Last updatedDecember 28, 2015
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Clue
Answer
A
Capital and largest city
Athens
B
Bordering country
Bulgaria
C
Largest island
Crete
D
Former currency
Drachma
E
Current currency
Euro
F
English translation of "Phobos"
Fear
G
3rd Greek letter
Gamma
H
Poet famous for 'The Iliad'
Homer
I
Son of Daedalus. Flew too close to the sun
Icarus
J
Leader of the Argonauts
Jason
K
Greek root meaning "to steal"
Klepto
L
Sappho's island of birth
Lesbos
M
Snake-haired monster
Medusa
 
Clue
Answer
N
Greek letter after "Mu"
Nu
O
Important tree throughout history
Olive Tree
P
God, part of the "Big Three"
Poseidon
Q
Power equivalent to "Goddess"?
Queen
R
Big European empire, Greece included
Roman Empire
S
Parthenon city's rival city
Sparta
T
2nd largest city
Thessaloniki
U
Vast area that Hades rules
Underworld
V
Hestia's Roman form
Vesta
W
3-wheel cart used to carry items
Wheelbarrow
X
Famous city of thousands of colors
Xanthi
Y
What Io will always be?
Young
Z
Greek god of the sky
Zeus
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level 76
Oct 26, 2015
It seems strange for a building to have a rival city.
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level 35
Oct 27, 2015
I might be a bit biased but nice quiz :)
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level 74
Oct 27, 2015
The clue Power equivalent to Goddess didn't make much sense to me (even though I guessed the answer).
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level 70
Oct 27, 2015
same here, however I didn't guess the answer
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level 70
Oct 27, 2015
how about Rhodes as an R answer? don't think you should have 'roman' answers here (Roman and Vesta)
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level 59
Oct 27, 2015
Well yes but they are related to Greek beginnings
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level 48
Dec 28, 2015
I believe Athens is the largest city in Greece... otherwise your clues for Athens and Thessaloniki are contradictory.