50 places beginning with 'D'

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Can you name the 50 places all beginning with 'D'?

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Name of the large plateau in central India
River that flows from Russia, through Belarus and Ukraine, to the Black Sea
Largest city in the state of Michigan nicknamed 'Motor City'
Hitler demanded the return of this city to Germany in 1939
Mountain range located in north-eastern Italy
Famous Gothic palace in Venice
Capital of Burgundy in France
Nickname generally applied to the area of the Southern United States, especially the Confederacy
First state to ratify the US Constitution
Desert valley in California, the lowest, driest and hottest location in North America
City in Scotland on the north bank of the Firth of Tay
City in Florida known for it's motorised vehicle beach racing
Strait connecting the Aegean Sea to the Sea of Marmara, classically known as the Hellespont
County of the Republic of Ireland in the province of Ulster, capital Lifford
Together with the Murray, the longest river in Australia
A breed of dog and well known coast in the eastern Adriatic Sea named after a region of Croatia
Body of water between Cape Horn and the South Shetland Islands
Island that gives it's name to an infamous penal colony in French Guiana, closed in 1952
City in Colorado, the 'Mile High City'
German city controversially destroyed by allied bombing in February 1945
Rostov-on-.... in Russia stands on this river
City in France from where the British Expeditionary Force was evacuated in 1940
Mountain range in South Africa, also called the Dragon Mountains
Country that shares the island of Hispaniola with Haiti
City in the northeast of England with a Norman Cathedral
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Himalayan town in West Bengal, India, known for it's tea industry
Town near Munich where the first Nazi concentration camp was opened
City and Emirate in the United Arab Emirates
The de facto capital of Tanzania
Either of two counties of Northern Ireland
Dutch city known for it's blue pottery, home of the painter Vermeer
Wild frontier town of the Old West in Kansas
Bay in northeast USA bordered by New Jersey and the state of the same name
One of the claimants to be called the oldest city in the world
Capital of the Isle of Man
Strait that lies between Greenland and Iceland
Djibouti is the capital of this African country
Salt lake bordering Jordan to the east and Israel to the west.
Four capital cities stand on this European river
Capital of Northern Territory, Australia
Capital of the Republic of Ireland
Third largest South African city, located in the province in KwaZulu-Natal
City in South Dakota where Wild Bill Hickok was killed
Shrine located on the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem
Capital of the US State of Iowa
Port in Normandy raided by the Canadians in 1942
The French call this the Pas de Calais
City in Texas where John F Kennedy was assassinated
Capital of Senegal
Walled city, popular tourist destination in Croatia on the Adriatic coast

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