Ultimate "Land" Geography Quiz

Can you name these geographical answers whose English names ends in "land" or "lands"?
Also try the "saint", "burg" and "ville" versions
Quiz by Aaron197
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Last updated: September 23, 2020
First submittedAugust 6, 2020
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Clue
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Country in the Alps
Switzerland
Formerly known as Siam
Thailand
Country that gained independence
from Denmark in 1944
Iceland
Neighbor of Belarus and Lithuania
Poland
World's largest island
Greenland
Country named for the Angles
England
Northernmost county of the above
Northumberland
Australian state
Queensland
"The Emerald Isle"
Ireland
"Aotearoa" is its Māori name
New Zealand
Biggest city of the above
Auckland
Where the Dutch come from
Netherlands
Region of the above often confused
with the country as a whole
Holland
Provinces of that country
that start with F
Flevoland
Friesland
Tenerife, Fuerteventura, La Palma
Canary Islands
Type of "land" the Pampas is
Grassland
City known as "The Mistake
on the Lake". Lake Erie, that is.
Cleveland
Biggest city in Oregon or Maine
Portland
Country of Guadalcanal
Solomon Islands
British archipelago invaded by
Argentina in 1982
Falklands
It was first seen by Europeans
on Sunday, April 5th, 1722
Easter Island
"Blocky" theme park in Billund
Legoland
Most populous Danish island
Zealand
"Suomi" is its native name
Finland
Where Nelson Mandela was
imprisoned for 18 years
Robben Island
Elvis's mansion
Graceland
Northernmost Oceanian country
Marshall Islands
Where Queens and Brooklyn
are located
Long Island
Former name of Eswatini
Swaziland
Smallest U.S. state
Rhode Island
German name for Germany
Deutschland
Name for the short-lived Norse
settlement in Canada
Vinland
Clue
Answer
Region of northeastern U.S.
New England
Main peninsula of Denmark
Jutland
Country of William Wallace
Scotland
Far north island chain of the above
Shetland
Mountainous region of that country
Highlands
U.S. state just south of the
Mason-Dixon line
Maryland
Smallest Canadian province
Prince Edward
Island
Anaheim theme park
Disneyland
Considers Hargeisa as its capital
Somaliland
Scandinavia's northernmost part
Lapland
New York City borough
Staten Island
Smallest German city state
Saarland
Canadian island that was briefly
an independent country
Newfoundland
Danish Atlantic archipelago
Faroe Islands
Nickname of the state of Maine
Vacationland
Nickname of Hawaiʻi Island
Big Island
Colonial name of Malawi
Nyasaland
George W. Bush's hometown
Midland
German state:
________-Palatinate
Rhineland
Former German colony next
to Gold Coast
Togoland
Belfast is its capital
Northern Ireland
Pantanal is world's largest what?
Wetland
Sweden's largest island
Gotland
Major city in the Bay Area
Oakland
South Dakota national park
Badlands
Former first stop for
immigrants to NYC
Ellis Island
Least populous Austrian state
Burgenland
Appalachian mountain pass
Cumberland
Texas city with a famous Judy's
last name
Garland
British city on the mouth
of Wear river
Sunderland
Wisconsin slogan:
"America's ________"
Dairyland
Northeastern Indian state
Nagaland
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Level 65
Aug 7, 2020
Kept thinking it was "Nyassa". Argh. Great quiz though.
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Level 83
Aug 19, 2020
Great quiz. Really tested the limits of my geography knowledge. Hope to see some more 'ultimate' geography quizzes!
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Level 50
Aug 19, 2020
Lovely Quiz!
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Level 77
Aug 19, 2020
PEI should be accepted. Saarland is only the fourth smallest German state.
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Level 76
Aug 19, 2020
I agree. The smaller states are city states and sometimes the distinction is made between city and territorial states. However, that is not an official distinction and by law all 16 states are equal. The difference is that the territorial states have smaller subdivision whereas the legal subdivision of the city states is the same as the state itself. Maybe add "territorial" to the question.
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Level 81
Aug 19, 2020
And my lazy self always likes NZ as a type-in. Gripe over, great comprehensive quiz.
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Level 70
Sep 22, 2020
I don't know if it's the same for New Zealand, but in Canada, I'd bet people say "PEI" about ten times for every once they say "Prince Edward Island". In this case, I think there's more to it than laziness. DC and District of Columbia might be a fairly close comparison.
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Level 71
Aug 19, 2020
I vote against "Island" locations. It dilutes the theme.
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Level 68
Aug 20, 2020
I agree, with the exception of the use of "islands" in a less literal sense, such as Rhode Island. This quiz is VERY long, and dropping some of the islands would bring it in line with most other Jetpunk quiz lengths. Other than that, though, it is a great idea.
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Level 69
Aug 21, 2020
The name of the quiz starts with "Ultimate". This already shows that most probably it'd be longer than a standard Jetpunk quiz.
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Level 68
Aug 20, 2020
Great Quiz! Love the length and difficulty.
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Level 71
Aug 20, 2020
very good quiz.
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Level 68
Aug 21, 2020
Great idea for a quiz but it needs WAY WAY more time. I didn’t even get to finish going through the questions.
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Level 68
Aug 29, 2020
Second time round. Still very tight for time. Some fecking tough questions in there too. Especially for non Americans.
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Level 69
Aug 21, 2020
Another 60-90 seconds would be nice. I didn't stop and guess and barely made it once through the list.
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Level 73
Aug 22, 2020
Suggestion to add: Sealand
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Level 65
Aug 30, 2020
Is it possible that you could allow ‘swamp’ and ‘marsh’ for Pantanal?
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Level 40
Sep 22, 2020
Unfortunately that now means you get a free answer when you start to type in 'Marshall islands'.
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Level 62
Sep 10, 2020
"Smallest German state" is only the fourth smallest in the country!
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Level 60
Sep 11, 2020
The smallest German state is Bremen. Saarland is nr 4.
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Level 66
Sep 22, 2020
I think city states (Stadtstaaten) are excluded (Berlin, Hamburg and Bremen).
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Level 43
Sep 22, 2020
than they should write it in the info box
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Level 80
Sep 17, 2020
I ran out of time.
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Level 80
Sep 22, 2020
This time I moved faster and made it to the end but still didn't have a lot of time to think about some.
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Level 66
Sep 22, 2020
Aaaarrgghhh... so close – I tried 'Flavoland' instead of Flevoland.
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Level 80
Sep 22, 2020
Flavorland? Is that Candyland adjacent?
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Level 79
Sep 22, 2020
The governor is a relative of Guy Fieri
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Level 67
Sep 22, 2020
"...geographical answers whose English names..."
Contains Deutschland...
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Level 66
Sep 23, 2020
English names *unless otherwise stated*
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Level 74
Sep 22, 2020
Ohhh. THAT India. I was throwing out ridiculous things like "Pequotland" and "Cayugaland".
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Level 45
Sep 22, 2020
Hello, Aaron, you create some great quizzes! Will you please allot more time to this one? As others have mentioned one cannot think about anything due to its length and the lack of time. I could take a quiz that way but I like to savor these quizzes. I like to think about my answers so another minute would be nice. Thanks!
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Level 72
Sep 22, 2020
Great idea. Ridiculously short time.
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Level 50
Sep 22, 2020
England and Scotland are not countries, they are a part of United Kingdom. Might want to clarify that, but great quiz!
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Level 37
Sep 22, 2020
big fan of getting marsh automatically by getting marshall islands looool
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Level 69
Sep 22, 2020
You should change around the Pantanal and Marshall Islands questions so you can't get "pantanal", otherwise I wouldn't have gotten it and I bet most other people wouldn't either.
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Level 69
Sep 22, 2020
I couldn't figure out which country that starts with F having provinces ending in "land".
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Level 74
Sep 22, 2020
When typing in "Marshall Islands" you get given the "Marshland" answer by mistake. Maybe put the marshland (ie wetland) question before the Marshall Island one?
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Level 52
Sep 22, 2020
Got Cumberland by giving up on the clues and thinking about sausages instead. Loved the quiz!
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Level 80
Sep 22, 2020
That's usually when my quiz performance goes downhill, but this time it helped!
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Level 31
Sep 22, 2020
Holy crap this was hard I was not expecting to need to know 2 different Dutch states.
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Level 55
Sep 24, 2020
Cool one. Should have a yellow box, though. Thanks!
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Level 53
Sep 24, 2020
As a kid I collected post stamps and we used to marvel at stamps from Nagaland. They were the most beautiful and some of the largest post stamps we knew.
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Level 61
Oct 2, 2020
great quiz, quite tough. Cheers Aaron.
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Level 59
Oct 9, 2020
I got your "mistake on the lake" right here pal. The mistake on the lake is the old municipal stadium that was torn down; not the whole city, jack@$$