Geography of Florida

Can you answer these random questions about the geography of Florida?
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Last updated: August 7, 2020
First submittedMarch 15, 2020
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What is the official nickname of Florida?
The Sunshine State
What is the state capital of Florida?
What tropical wetland has been one of the national parks of Florida since 1934?
In what city is the Disney World located?
What ocean gulf does the western coast of Florida border?
Gulf of Mexico
What is the name of the strait that connects the above to the Atlantic Ocean?
Strait of Florida
What city has the highest population within the city limits in Florida?
What country is the largest source of the foreign-born population of Florida?
What type of natural disaster devastated South Florida in 1992?
Where were space shuttles launched from?
Kennedy Space
What is the most valuable cash crop of Florida?
What country is located 70 miles due east of Palm Beach?
What is the name of the largest lake in Florida by area?
Lake Okeechobee
What Florida city hosts several racing events annually?
Daytona Beach
What is the southernmost incorporated city in the contiguous 48 states?
Key West
What national park on an island group is situated west of the above?
Dry Tortugas
By what other name is Northwest Florida known as?
Florida Panhandle
What is the second most populous city in the Tampa Bay area after Tampa itself?
Saint Petersburg
What 1930s architectural style is the South Beach of Miami famous for?
Art Deco
What major river starts in the Georgian Blue Ridge Mountains and empties in Florida?
Level 74
Mar 16, 2020
I think the Dry Tortugas question is out of order. Nice quiz though.
Level 47
Mar 16, 2020
Great quiz.
Level 76
Mar 24, 2020
Great quiz, but it's arguable that the Chattahoochee empties in Florida. It empties into Lake Seminole, several miles north of the state line. But anyone familiar with the Apalachicola should know it's comprised of the Flint and the Chattahooch.