The Americas (except US) Geography by letter - B

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Last updated: March 21, 2015
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Largest South American country
Brazil
The capital of the above
Brasilia
Country named after the Liberator
Bolivia
Capital of Colombia
Bogota
English speaking country in Central America
Belize
Large peninsula south of Tijuana
Baja California
Country of 700 islands east of Florida
Bahamas
British colony in the Atlantic
Bermuda
Canadian province
British Columbia
Second half of Antigua
Barbuda
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Caribbean country
Barbados
Capital of the above
Bridgetown
Capital of Argentina
Buenos Aires
Canada's largest island
Baffin Island
Third largest metro area of Brazil
Belo Horizonte
The Mackenzie River empties into this sea north of Yukon and North West Territories and west of the Arctic Islands
Beaufort Sea
Part of the Caribbean Netherlands
Bonaire
Capital of St. Kitts and Nevis. The name translates to "low land"
Basseterre
Second largest city in Manitoba. Also a boy's name.
Brandon
Called taiga in Russia, this forest is a thousand kms wide and stretches from Newfoundland to Yukon Territory.
Boreal
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Level 74
Mar 21, 2015
British Columbia is spelled incorrectly. Good puzzle otherwise.
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Level 78
Mar 21, 2015
Agree, took me some time to figure out your spelling.
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Level 79
Mar 21, 2015
Sorry about that. Changes made
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Level 44
May 22, 2016
One nitpick: In Canada, boreal and taiga are different forest types, not just different names. Taiga forest is sparser, often stretches further north/considered to be subarctic forest and with different species not found in most of the Boreal forests, especially across the continents. Russian "taiga" and Canadian "Boreal" forests are completely different from one another (living in a country covered mostly by Boreal forest, yes, we got taught the differences in school).