Statistics for Latin American Cities A-Z

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  • This quiz has been taken 35 times
  • The average score is 13 of 23

Answer Stats

HintCity% Correct
AWorld capital located at the confluence of Pilcomayo and Paraguay riversAsunción
94%
GMost populous urban area in Central AmericaGuatemala City
91%
QHeadquarters of the Union of South American NationsQuito
82%
FCity with the highest population density in Northeast BrazilFortaleza
76%
JSituated adjacent to El PasoJuárez
74%
CUsed to be the capital of the Inca EmpireCusco
71%
OMexican city with the same name of its state and site of Monte AlbánOaxaca
68%
VAlthough Santiago is the capital of Chile, this city hosts the Chilean National CongressValparaíso
65%
NThe closest major South American city to AfricaNatal
62%
MVenezuelan city that shares its name with inland sea it overlooksMaracaibo
62%
RMost populous Argentinian city on the Paraná riverRosario
59%
HThe battleship of USS Maine sank at its harbor - sparking the Spanish–American WarHavana
59%
SHome to the oldest church or basilica in the New WorldSanto Domingo
59%
BBirthplace of ShakiraBarranquilla
53%
TIt is colloquially referred to as TegusTegucigalpa
50%
PThe original city was destroyed by when privateer Henry Morgan set fire to it in 1671Panama City
47%
LMajor city in central Mexico or the second most populous city of NicaraguaLeón
41%
DBrazilian city in metro Rio de Janeiro, named for Duke of Caxias{Duque} de Caxias
29%
EBolivian city located adjacent to La PazEl Alto
26%
UCity in Minas Gerais and an important logistic hub between São Paulo and Brasília{Uber}lândia
26%
XCapital city of the Mexican state of VeracruzXalapa
24%
IMost populous Peruvian city in the Amazon rainforestIquitos
21%
ZCity in Metro Guadalajara that is home to an image of the Virgin Mary which
was made in the 16th century
Zapopan
15%

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