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Country where there is the RED PYRAMID, the largest of the 3 major pyramids located at the Dahshur necropolis.
Former imperial city in Morocco. Its 'Djemaa el Fna' is considered one of the busiest squares in Africa. Known as the RED CITY.
Body of water, located between the Arabian Peninsula and Africa.
Often considered the central point of Moscow and of all Russia.
Volcanic island, southernmost member of the Cyclades. One of the most popular tourist destinations, even for its famous RED BEACH.
Country of Elisabeth the RED QUEEN (Duchess in Bavaria since her birth in 1876. Named in honor of Empress Sisi of Austria. Queen consort of Albert I and mother of Leopold III.)
Capital city renamed in 1924 with a local term meaning RED HERO, in honor of a national hero, who liberated the country from Chinese occupation.
Capital city. Its name is a Sesotho word meaning 'place of the RED SANDSTONE'.
City of the RED OCTOBER, an armed insurrection and a political revolution of 1917.
Isamu Noguchi's distinctive sculpture at the entrance of the Marine Midland Building (or HSBC Bank Building) in Manhattan's financial district.
Uninhabited and only privately owned island in San Francisco Bay. Its name is due to its bright red earth and rock.
Area designated as unsafe in Iraq after the 2003 invasion by the United States, Britain and other allies.
City, where there is the 'Rotes Rathaus' (RED TOWN HALL), near Alexanderplatz.
Country, whose national armed forces were known as the RED ARMY, one the largest armies in history.
Country where there is the RED FOREST (called Worm Wood Forest before 1986), one of the most contaminated areas in the world today.
Country where there is the RED FORT COMPLEX, a 17th century fort built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, used as a military camp by British until 1947, now a popular tourist site.
Country, whose national flag has a large RED DISC (representing the sun) in the center and is commonly known as 'Hinomaru'.
Country, whose national flag is known as the 'Maple Leaf', for having in the center a stylized 11-pointed RED MAPLE LEAF.
Country, known as the RED DRAGON OF ASIA.
British region, nicknamed 'the Land of the RED DRAGON'. Its flag is called 'Y Ddraig Goch' (the Red Dragon).
Italian city. Popularly known as 'the Erudite' (for its medieval University), 'THE RED' (for its red roofs) and 'the Fat' (for its delicious cuisine).
Island nation of the Lesser Antilles, originally known as 'Ichirouganaim' (the RED LAND with White Teeth).
One of the world's largest countries. Its name may come from Latin and refer to a local type of RED WOOD.
Birthplace of the Italian Baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi, nicknamed 'il Prete Rosso' (the RED PRIEST). His best known work is a series of violin concertos: 'The Four Seasons'.
Country, where the seat of Parliament is THE RED HOUSE.
City, where there is the RED HOUSE, one of the Historic Places added to the U.S. National Register. Built in 1903 and located at 350 West 85th Street.
City, where there is the RED HOUSE, a key building in the history of 19th century British architecture. Designed by W.Morris and P.Webb. Located in the Borough of Bexley.
Turkish city where the RED TOWER (Kızıl Kule) is the main tourist attraction and the symbol of the city. Named from the red color bricks, used in its construction.
Square tower with four square corner towers, on the crest of Marfa Ridge at the north west end of Malta. Commonly referred to as the RED TOWER, due to the colour it is painted.
City, where there is the RED STAR STADIUM, home stadium of 'Red Star' (Fudbalski Klub Crvena Zvezda, the most popular football club in the country).
City of the RED WINGS, a professional ice hockey team, winner of the most Stanley Cup championships of any NHL franchise based in the United States.
City of the RED SOX, a professional baseball team founded in 1901 as one of the American League's eight charter franchises.
City of the RED DEVILS, a British professional football club, founded in 1878 as Newton Heath LYR Football Club.
Country, whose national flag is known as the 'five-cross flag' (having a large RED CROSS in the centre and 4 smaller ones in each white corner).
Located in the no-man's land area between the border posts, it's the crossing point on the Tbilisi to Ganja road. Named from the red-brick bridge across the Khrami River.
Borough in the north east sub-region of Greater London. Named from a bridge over the River Roding. Made of red brick, unlike other bridges in the area made of white stone.
State, where there is the oldest Australian surviving brick arch bridge. Called the RED BRIDGE, it crosses the Elizabeth River at Campbell Town.
City, where there is a 17th century bridge on the Hrazdan River, known as the RED BRIDGE for being built with red tuffa.
City where, for a 19th century tradition of color-coding the bridges crossing the Moika River, there is a RED BRIDGE. Even a Blue, a Green and a Yellow Bridge still survive today.
A major tributary of the Mississippi and Atchafalaya Rivers.
Region in central North America. Significant in the geography of North Dakota, Minnesota and Manitoba for its fertile lands.
Country where there is the RED RIVER DELTA, an administrative region corresponding to the flat plain formed by the 'Red River', flowing from China to the Gulf of Tonkin
Most populous city in the Canadian Province of Alberta, after Calgary and Edmonton.
Town in Dutchess County. Its name is supposedly derived from the red foliage on trees on a small strip of land on the Hudson River.
US State, where there is the RED DESERT, a high altitude desert and sagebrush steppe, comprising approximately 9,320 sq mi (24,000 kmq).
Geographic region in southern and south-western Luxembourg. So-called the for their red iron-laden earth.
Mountain in Nordland. Located north of the RED LAKE. In elder times, hematite was extracted in order to make house painting in Rana and in Northern Sweden.
Dormant stratovolcano located on the western shore of Garibaldi Lake in British Columbia. Formerly known as RED MOUNTAIN (2,052 m - 6,732 ft).
Inner city mountain in Xinjiang. The local Ürümqi Television Station adopted as its logo the shape in red of the mountain, sometimes referred to as a hill for its smaller size.
Norwegian lake in Nordland. Located in Sami territory. Connected with the lake Tverrvatnet. Named from the near RED MOUNTAIN.
A natural lake on the northern edge of Lucerne. Since 1933 the venue of a large number of international rowing events (including the first ever World Rowing Championships).
Largest freshwater lake entirely within the US State of Minnesota.
Sinkhole containing a karst lake near Imotski, in Croatia. Known for its numerous caves and remarkably high cliffs. One of the largest sinkholes in the world.
Barrier lake in the Eastern Carpathians chain. Named from the reddish alluvia deposited in the lake by the RED CREEK.
Large freshwater lake in the Gomel Oblast, southern part of Belarus.
Located in Ontario. The town had a sudden growth for the discovery of gold in 1926. In 1936, its airport was the busiest in the world. Known as 'Norseman Capital of the World'.

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