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Which northwestern state borders only two other states?
What European city decided new
names were in order for Foul Lane,
Stinking Lane and Bladder Street?
What African republic's name was inspired by its thriving
elephant tusk trade?
A: Ivory Coast's.
What country is second to South Africa in
A: The U.S.
What southern U.S. state has no
telephones in 12 percent of its
What river provided water to nurture the Hanging Gardens of
A: The Euphrates.
What European country boasts the cities of Kalamata, Katerinin
What meat will you eat after you point to reinsdyrkaker on an
Where in Massachusetts is the only island, county and town in the
U.S. that share the same name?
What favorite hangout of divers extends for 1,250 miles off
Australia's northeast coast?
A: The Great Barrier Reef.
What river system drains water from 31 U.S. states and two
A: The Mississippi River.
What Asian people traditionally believe there to be a toad on the
moon, instead of a man?
A: The Chinese.
What 200-block section of Miami is considered the best place to
dance the merengue or dine on roast
A: Little Haiti.
What English-speaking Caribbean island has a Spanish name meaning
What Peruvian city was the capital of the Spanish empire in the
New World until the 19th century?
What country supplies three-quarters of the
world's maple syrup?
What Asian surname is shared by 104 million
What nation in the Western Hemisphere is the world's largest
What Arab city has a name derived from a word meaning
What San Francisco fixture is a favorite jumping-off point for an
average of 14 people a year?
A: The Golden Gate
What's the acronym for the South Western Townships near
What state can you get tourist information on by dialing
What country's holidays include Discovery Day, Natal Day and Fete
What European city is served by Keflavik
What bridge did
New York City's first subway system travel from
145th street to?
A: The Brooklyn Bridge.
What's the southernmost state capital among the 48 contiguous
What Ohio city's thriving hog industry earned it the nickname "Porkopolis"
in the 1830s?
What Paris landmark did con man Victor Lustig sell to a
metal dealer for $50,000?
A: The Eiffel Tower.
What country provides Cuba with most of its new cars and
computers in exchange for sugar?
What country boasts Great Glen, Glen Eagles and Glenfiddich?
What two Hungarian towns on either side of the Danube merged in
A: Buda and Pest.
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