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Seven Letter Geography

Name these geographic answers that are only seven letters long.
Last updated: January 18, 2017
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Largest ocean
Pacific
"The Windy City"
Chicago
Neighbor of Scotland and Wales
England
U.S. state or Asian country
Georgia
Largest island entirely in Indonesia
Sumatra
Capital of Andalusia
Seville
Former name of Taiwan
Formosa
Burma, to some
Myanmar
Major Mexican peninsula
Yucatan
Krung Thep
Bangkok
Capital of Northern Ireland
Belfast
"The Detroit of India"
Chennai
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Victoria Falls lies on this African river
Zambezi
Portuguese island chain known for fortified wine
Madeira
The least-populous U.S. state
Wyoming
Country called Hrvatska in its native language
Croatia
Oceanic nation. Its capital is Port Vila
Vanuatu
City with Germany's largest port
Hamburg
Bob Marley's home country
Jamaica
Its cities include Tampere, Turku, and Vaasa
Finland
French caves famous for prehistorical paintings
Lascaux
Longest river in China
Yangtze
The vast Eastern regions of Russia
Siberia
Capital of Sicily
Palermo
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level 71
Nov 7, 2014
Steppes would also fit the Siberia clue
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level 44
Feb 12, 2015
No, no. Steppes do lie at the east end of Russia's European part, but related to Russia as a whole, Siberia covers the east, steppes are something of a "midwest".
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level 32
May 27, 2016
Midwest would also fit
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level 56
Jan 1, 2015
Detroit of India...I went in a whole other direction with that one!
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level 32
Aug 9, 2015
Guessed Indian cities. I didn't have a clue what the windy city was
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level 74
May 2, 2017
At first I read it as Indiana. Didn't work out so well but I eventually saw my mistake.
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level 40
Jan 20, 2015
my first thought for 'windy city' was Winnipeg. that didn't fit, and I remembered Chicago.
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level 65
Dec 26, 2017
Wind chill of -40 when I woke up (in Winnipeg) today.
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level 36
Mar 5, 2015
Georgia was my 15th try....I just don't think of that area as "Asia." Tried Madras for Detroit of India, didn't work. Then misspelled it Chenmai. Finally looked it up. (Which, btw to those who love attacking those of us who look-up answers, I don't think of as cheating but rather learning--if I research an answer, I will remember it. But if I read it on a list of red errors, I'll forget it in 2 minutes. And I don't brag about the scores--I know I'm not getting 100% if I looked it up!)
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level 74
Mar 5, 2015
No one has to justify their actions on any quiz to me and I occasionally look up a word if I know it but can't quite get one of the many accepted spellings, (unless there is a caveat that correct spelling is required) but if your whole purpose in doing so is for learning, you could always wait until the quiz is over and then do your research so it doesn't skew the results for everyone else.
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level 32
Aug 9, 2015
Me too. When I was doing countries of the world and had to have a spelling of Kyrgyzstan at all times and a map of Oceania+ the caribbean
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level 60
May 2, 2017
I google the answer when I know for sure it is correct and just can't figure out the spelling. It's not cheating because on every decent quiz they accept every answer the pronunciation of which sounds correct.
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level 74
Mar 5, 2015
I found this one a bit difficult and only scored 16, but that just means I learned a lot from it. Thank you.
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level 50
Mar 5, 2015
Got all except of Lascaux.
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level 36
Mar 7, 2015
I always though that Siberia was the northern part of Russia, like the Arctic for Canada. You learn something everyday !
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level 25
Mar 8, 2015
sicily is not a country...
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level 51
Mar 9, 2015
What are you saying? Just because it is not a sovereign nation doesn't mean it can't have a capital. Take a US state for example, or the Falkland Islands. Neither is a sovereign state, both have capitals.
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level 32
Aug 9, 2015
20/24. I'm happy with that
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level 35
Sep 15, 2016
Nice quiz, thanks! But is Georgia Asian? I'd put it (and Armenia and Azerbaijan) as European, being west of the Volga (Europe is supposed by many to end where the Volga runs into the Caspian Sea). I dismissed it because of the Asian designation.
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level 58
Dec 9, 2016
The dividing line is west of the Urals, north of the Caucasus.
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level 65
Dec 26, 2017
The dividing line about this issue on Jetpunk is far more real than the line dividing Europe and Asia.
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level 28
Apr 10, 2017
Arizona is also 7 letter'd state
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level 62
May 2, 2017
That's cool. So are Alabama, Florida, Montana and Vermont.
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level 66
May 2, 2017
New York
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level 59
May 2, 2017
"The Windy City" in New Zealand is Wellington. But I guess that's not too well-known world wide...
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level 59
May 2, 2017
And it has 10 letters.
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level 68
May 2, 2017
What is in the picture? Is it a clue?
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level 52
Oct 13, 2018
it's a peach.. grown by the tonne in Georgia (USA)
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level 52
May 2, 2017
when you write finland for the hrvatska question but somehow get a correct answer...
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level 43
May 2, 2017
I did the same thing!
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level 51
May 8, 2017
Suomi would be the Finnish word for Finland.
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level 55
May 2, 2017
Madeira is also famous for a very good cultivar of fig by the same name.
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level 71
Dec 26, 2017
That art history degree is finally paying itself off - I knew you would be if great importance to me one day, Lascaux
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level 59
Jan 5, 2018
When you know the Detroit of India but blank on the longest river in China...*face palm*
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level 14
Jan 17, 2018
Since when was Georgia classed as an Asian country?
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level 72
Jan 17, 2018
Another French cave famous for prehistoric paintings is Chauvet, which also happens to have 7 letters. But by asking for "caves" plural, the answer is limited to Lascaux caves. Still, not many would know the difference.
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