Alaska - On a Map!

Name the geographical features of Alaska on the map below, as well as every city in the state with a population of at least 8,000.
One feature doesn't appear on the map until you guess it!
Quiz by Jiaozira
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Last updated: October 16, 2020
First submittedJune 29, 2020
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পশ্চিমবঙ্গAlaska
 
Geographical Features
Hint
Feature
Mountain - elevation: 6,190 m
Denali
Northernmost community
Barrow
Islands
Kodiak
Prince of Wales
Unalaska
Unimak
Sea between Alaska and Russia
Bering Sea
Peninsula
Kenai
National Park
Wrangell-St. Elias
River Delta
Yukon–Kuskokwim Delta
Biggest Cities
Pop
City
291 k
Anchorage
31.5 k
Fairbanks
31.2 k
Juneau
8.8 k
Sitka
8.0 k
Ketchikan
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Level 52
Jun 29, 2020
Nice!
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Level 67
Jun 29, 2020
Thank you!
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Level 60
Jun 29, 2020
Another amazing addition to the series. I loved this one more maybe because it was tougher and I didn't get all. This whole series deserves to be featured

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Level 67
Jun 29, 2020
Glad you enjoyed it, I try and add places to each of these that are tricky (or at least interesting). I'm not expecting any of these to get featured due to how niche they are, but I'm perfectly okay with that too.
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Level 68
Jun 29, 2020
It seems you swapped Juneau and Anchorage in the biggest cities list. Great quiz nontheless!
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Level 67
Jun 29, 2020
Sorry about that, it's all fixed now. Thank you!
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Level 57
Jun 29, 2020
Great Quiz, btw Everything seems to be written in English except Barrow. Why?
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Level 67
Jun 29, 2020
Utqiagvik has been the official name since 2016, so I was going to go with that until I was implementing type-ins. Only Barrow still has official type-ins avaliable, so I kept it assuming that is the "Jetpunk name" for the town. Both names will work though.
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Level 57
Jun 30, 2020
Great, I learnt something new today. Thanks Jiaozira
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Level 51
Jun 30, 2020
If Utqiagvik is too hard to spell, 'UTIDONTKNOWWHATTOPUTHEREVIK' (read that closely) is accepted as a type-in ;)
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Level 67
Jun 30, 2020
@DodomaAstatine that's usually my go to for when I type it in, because spelling is hard.
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Level 50
Jun 29, 2020
Loved It!
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Level 67
Jun 29, 2020
Thank you!
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Level 71
Jun 29, 2020
Yay, I was waiting for this one! Great choices for the features (though I probably would've added a few more from the panhandle region myself). 14/15, a much better result than the other ones.
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Level 67
Jun 29, 2020
I decided against adding more islands on the Alaska Panhandle, as none stood out to me (although I did add two Aleutian Islands and all). I try and keep it a somewhat tricky/knowledge based series, so I'm glad to hear you scored well on this one :)
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Level 74
Jun 29, 2020
Excellent quiz! 13/15, because of visiting Alaska last year. Also, I appreciate the extra info in the answer stats.
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Level 67
Jun 29, 2020
I'm trying to add some interesting info where I can. This series is inspired on a boyhood wonder, of looking at names and places on a map and wondering what lay there. I want to capture that to a degree in these quizzes, so I'm glad people are reading that extra info too.
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Level 71
Jun 29, 2020
The fact that alaska itself is yellow makes it hard to see what islands you want.
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Level 67
Jun 29, 2020
I agree it is a little hard to spot one, but zooming in on the map should be enough help (although I'm bound to be a little biased as the quiz maker).
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Level 50
Apr 23, 2021
Fun fact: Talk about sparsely populated places, Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, despite being 147, 805 mi2, and Germany being 10,000 square miles smaller, Germany has 83.02 million people, while Yukon-Koyukuk has only 5,337. Yes, that's right. Five thousand three hundred thirty-seven.
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Level 67
Apr 23, 2021
That is interesting, when you go north the unpopulated areas are simply mind-numbingly huge in comparison to just about anywhere else in the world.
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Level 50
Apr 23, 2021
Yep, it's all just concentrated in ~5-10 cities when you go that far north.