Landforms by Country Quiz

Guess the country in which these geographical landforms are located.
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Last updated: December 22, 2019
First submittedJune 26, 2012
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Landform
Country
Mount Everest
Nepal / China
Mississippi River
United States
Mount Fuji
Japan
Hudson Bay
Canada
Mount Vesuvius
Italy
Lake Baikal
Russia
Lake Managua
Nicaragua
Yellow River
China
Mount Kilimanjaro
Tanzania
Nile Delta
Egypt
Mount Aconcagua
Argentina
Landform
Country
River Cam
United Kingdom
Uluru
Australia
Yucatán Peninsula
Mexico
Carstensz Pyramid
Indonesia
Black Forest
Germany
Costa del Sol
Spain
Cape Horn
Chile
Angel Falls
Venezuela
K2
Pakistan
Bay of Pigs
Cuba
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Level 66
Aug 11, 2012
But Kilimanjaro is on the border between Tanzania and Kenya, and similarly Elbrus between Russia and Georgia.
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Level 59
Feb 11, 2013
All of Kilimanjaro (including its lower slopes) is in Tanzania.
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Level 16
Jun 27, 2013
And I thought Mt.Everest was split between China and Nepal.
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Level 36
Aug 2, 2016
the majority is in nepal
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Level 81
Apr 25, 2019
The summit is both countries.
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Level 50
Jul 19, 2016
Have lived in Tanzania my whole life. Kilimanjaro is definitely completely in Tanzania. You have to drive a good 5 hours to reach the border of Kenya from the town (Moshi) where Kilimanjaro is located.
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Level 67
Apr 8, 2020
5 hours? I agree it completely in tanzania, but measured from the summit it is less than 20km to the kenyan border (as the crow flies). Hard to determine/define where at the bottom the mountain starts, but obviously it is less than that (there is an inclination already starting at the border (and even before that, you can check it if you select a walking route on google maps). In 5 hours a normal person could wálk a further distance than that, about 25 km.

(Even from moshi it is only 30 km to the border which yes is at the foot of kilimanjaro, but quite a random point to start measuring from, because the kenyan border is closer on the other side of mount kilimanjaro).

Your cars must drive very slowly and with a lot of detour if walking gets you there faster (and if we assume the distance from the foot of the mountain is in the region of 12,5 km they could actually walk there ánd back!)

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Level 67
Apr 8, 2020
I did some more digging, pretty sure you measured from Nairobi Which is about a 5 hour drive. (But nairobi is quite a long way from the tanzanian border. I don't understand how you could have mixed that up seeing as you life in tanzania)
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Level 61
Aug 28, 2016
Kenyan here. I can most definitely confirm that it's indeed in Tanzania. No one in Kenya considers it a Kenyan feature.
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Level 55
Mar 13, 2020
Elbrus is completely in Russia, as it is located about 10 km north of Main Caucasus Ridge, and border lies right on the Main ridge. I've been there personally.
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Level 67
Apr 8, 2020
The Caucasus moutainrange is indeed on the border, but mount elbrus is definitely on the russian side, like molo indicated it it 10 km from the Greorgian border.
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Level 35
May 13, 2014
I'm really surprised at how many people got Nepal right...
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Level 74
Jul 10, 2014
Everest is on the Nepal/Tibet (sorry, China) border
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Level 56
Oct 7, 2014
Why? Virtually everyone you hear who climbs Everest, not to mention the Sherpa strike, etc., is from the Nepal side.
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Level 46
Jul 18, 2016
So what? Nobody climbs from the north side means the north side does not exist?
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Level 58
Mar 15, 2020
Dude Tibet is part of China....
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Level 67
Apr 8, 2020
did you miss him saying china ?
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Level 70
Apr 5, 2015
Isn't Puncak Jaya a better known name for Carstensz Pyramid?
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Level 83
Nov 17, 2015
"Puncak Jaya" gives the country away easily. Maybe the point is for it to be a bit harder?
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Level 78
Jul 18, 2016
I never heard of either one. For some reason I always forget about Indonesia - I mentally go through all the continents and skip over it because it isn't attached.
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Level 72
Sep 26, 2016
Forgetting about Indonesia is probably something to work on - it is the world's fourth most populous nation after all, which makes it somewhat significant as these things go.
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Level 67
Dec 9, 2019
Well carstensz gave the dutch connection away, so it would only be slightly harder.
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Level 44
May 18, 2017
I've heard more of Carstensz Pyramid
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Level 59
Nov 29, 2015
Phew! Got there eventually. But with a few guesses along the way...
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Level 80
Jul 18, 2016
Why is Carstensz Pyramid considered the highest mountain in Oceania if it's in Indonesia - an Asian country?
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Level 44
Jul 18, 2016
But in island in Oceania.... complicated...
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Level 49
Sep 9, 2016
It's part of the same plaque, it the sea level is lowered Indonesia clearly belongs the same "continent" in which Australia is located
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Level 72
Sep 26, 2016
Carstensz Pyramid is in New Guinea, but the half controlled by Indonesia. Whilst most of Indonesia is indeed in Asia, the divide is usually drawn along the Wallace Line, which places the island of New Guinea in Oceania (or Australasia - Oceania is a region rather than a continent). Just like Turkey and Russia, Indonesia is a transcontinental nation.
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Level 68
Jul 18, 2016
Going thru wild guesses on Cam River, appreciate credit for UK when I started to try Ukraine!
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Level 34
Jul 21, 2016
I'm not surprised that not many got it. Only got it myself because I have family in Cambridge. I suppose Severn or Thames would be too easy.
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Level 74
Jul 28, 2016
Cam Bridge - easy when you think about it!
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Level 47
Feb 21, 2017
Of course, when Americans hear Cambridge, they think, Massachusetts. Harvard is there.
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Level 72
Apr 3, 2017
I hear that Cambridge in the UK now has a university too.
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Level 59
Jul 18, 2016
K2 is on the Pakistani and Chinese border
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Level 81
Apr 25, 2019
China actually qualifies for 3 answers here: The Yangtze, Everest and K2.
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Level 69
Jul 18, 2016
Shouldn't Belize and Guatemala be allowed for the Yucatan? Not sure about the rules of the quiz.
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Level 69
May 8, 2017
A peninsula is a piece of land surrounded on three sides by water, Yucatan is that in Mexico, the little bit of that peninsula that Belize touches is just a coastline. Guatemala even has it's coast on the Pacific Ocean, plus a tiny line of coast near Honduras. see ... ... https://www.google.com.au/maps/@19.5272673,-93.621201,6z
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Level 72
Feb 13, 2020
That seems a bit like saying an island is completely surrounded by water, so Haiti and the Dominican Republic can't be said to be on an island, since their part has a land border. The Yucatan is a peninsula regardless of where you draw borders and if a country has land on that peninsula, then said peninsula is (in part) in that country. Borders don't change physical geography.
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Level 49
Jul 18, 2016
everest is in china!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Level 82
Jul 18, 2016
The rest of the lemur community disagrees. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mount_Everest
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Level 77
Jun 11, 2017
Mt. Everest is in Cyprus, which is technically part of Oceania.
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Level 81
Apr 25, 2019
What's with all the high level lemurs here?
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Level 61
Jul 18, 2016
Please list Carstensz Pyramid as Puncak Jaya. Carstensz Pyramid is as obsolete as referring to Zimbabwe as Southern Rhodesia.
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Level 61
Dec 5, 2017
Never knew I had a River Named After Me!
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Level 41
Mar 15, 2020
for K2 accept India also as it is in the disputed region