Four Letter Geography A-Z #3

Can you guess these geographic answers that are only four letters long with each letter?
Since the answers are only four letters long, we'll go very strict on the spellings
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Last updated: May 17, 2020
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Answer
A
Range of Mont Blanc or Zugspitze
Alps
B
Indonesian island full of resorts
Bali
C
Major African lake that shrank
between 1963-1998
Chad
D
Currency of Vietnam
Dong
E
Longest river entirely in Spain
Ebro
F
Iceland's top export
Fish
G
Egyptian pyramid locale
Giza
H
One of the main beer ingredients
Hops
I
Modern-day country of Mesopotamia
Iraq
J
Capital of South Sudan
Juba
K
Pleated skirt for men in Scotland
Kilt
L
Former Italian currency
Lira
M
Term for a "table-shaped" hill of the
western U.S.
Mesa
 
Hint
Answer
N
Pleasant city on the French Riviera
Nice
O
Yemen's neighbor
Oman
P
City that merged with Buda in 1873
Pest
Q
Also known as a wharf or staith
Quay
R
"The Biggest Little City in the World"
Reno
S
Dominant branch of Islam in Iran
Shia
T
Ancient "Homeric" city in Turkey
Troy
U
Range between Europe and Asia
Ural
V
Common Romanian male name
Vlad
W
National animal of Turkey or Italy
Wolf
X
 
Y
Type of portable dwelling found
in Central Asia
Yurt
Z
14% of the world's supply of this
metal comes from Australia
Zinc
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Level 68
May 17, 2020
Hops the main beer ingredient? How about water and malt then?
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Level 67
May 17, 2020
Rephrased it.
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Level 71
May 17, 2020
Mostly a good quiz but.....I think that the clue for "R" is inane. There is no logical distinction between a big city and a little city. I suggest that you think of a different question.
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Level 53
Nov 21, 2020
It’s literally Reno, Nevada’s nickname, hence why it’s in quotation marks.
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Level 53
Nov 21, 2020
Wasn’t “quay” in the first quiz in this series?