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Geography A-Z #4

Can you identify these geographical answers, starting with each letter A to Z?
The previous quiz in this series can be found here (Quiz #3)
Last updated: October 22, 2015
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Hint
Answer
A
Oranjestad's island
Aruba
B
Monument Valley feature
Butte
C
Bolivar birth-city
Caracas
D
Hamlet's realm
Denmark
E
Major Iraqi river
Euphrates
F
The F in DFW
Fort
G
Great Sphinx site
Giza
H
Half of Hispaniola
Haiti
I
Bouvet or Pitcairn, eg.
Island
J
Capital on the White Nile
Juba
K
London palace
Kensington
L
Vesuvius outflow
Lava
M
"Kiwi" language
Māori
 
Hint
Answer
N
Mont-Saint Michel region
Normandy
O
Canadian province
Ontario
P
Macau's former owner
Portugal
Q
Doha dweller
Qatari
R
The leu is its currency
Romania
S
Science of earthquakes
Seismology
T
Sea east of Sydney
Tasman
U
Irish province
Ulster
V
Largest African lake
Victoria
W
Krasiński palace city
Warsaw
X
Kublai Khan's palace
Xanadu
Y
California national park
Yosemite
Z
Bantu ethnic group
Zulu
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level 57
Aug 4, 2015
Another! Leave it to geography to be probably the only category to have 4 X answers! :)
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level 74
Aug 4, 2015
Could bluff work for steep-sided hill?
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level 61
Aug 4, 2015
Yes - thanks for noticing that! I've tweaked the clue.
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level 70
Aug 5, 2015
Please also accept Northland for Omaha beach locale.
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level 61
Aug 6, 2015
Hardly a comparable answer, but I've changed the clue. I trust there's not a Mont Saint-Michel in Northland. :)
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level 83
Oct 23, 2015
Nitpicking a little bit: the clue now says "Mont-Saint Michel", not "Mont Saint-Michel". Oh, the horror.
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level 79
Nov 1, 2015
Only after seeing the answer and thinking for a while, did I understand the DFW clue. And I've been there even!
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level 35
Nov 26, 2015
DFW is so easy if you live there
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level 65
Feb 18, 2016
And it's impossible if you live elsewhere.
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level 69
Feb 18, 2016
I don't live in the USA and I got it immediately. So I guess it's remotely possible.
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level 73
Feb 19, 2016
I had to look it up even after being told what the F stands for. I probably would have guessed for the rest of my life before I came up with Dallas-Fort Worth.
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level 65
Feb 20, 2016
I live in North America, I watch college and pro sports, including plenty in Texas, and I've been to both Dallas and Fort Worth. I've never it referred to as DFW.
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level 61
Feb 21, 2016
And yet, it is! It is commonly used to refer to the whole metroplex of Dallas-Fort Worth, as well as the major airport that serves it.
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level 45
Feb 23, 2016
95% of the people outside of the US don't know that abbreviation.
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level 54
Feb 18, 2016
Man... I was actually pretty pleased with myself for getting half of the answers right on this tough quiz, but then it turned out it was a below average score that beat only 25% of test takers. Are you kidding me? Gotta stop comparing myself to you guys :P
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level 71
Feb 18, 2016
Kensington is the obvious answer but there is also Kew Palace in Greater London.
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level 53
Feb 18, 2016
I got butte and Aruba but I didn't get Denmark.
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level 73
Jun 11, 2016
I failed to pull Butte out of my.... memory... but I got everything else.
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level 55
Aug 5, 2016
Dang! Tried isle and islet for the 'I' question, leaving out the most obvious, and eventually the correct, answer, island.
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level 69
Oct 17, 2017
Tried "lahar" for the Vesuvius question. Don't think so hard, kids.
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level 39
Aug 3, 2018
On another quiz, you may also want to use "Oranjestad", as the "S" clue. the Capital of Sint Eustatius (Statia) is also "Oranjestad".