Same name, different places (CANADA)

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Named in honor of Sir Joseph Banks, it's an island located on Hecate Strait directly east of the Queen Charlotte Islands.It's a peninsula of South Island in the Pacific Ocean, located south of Christchurch.
It's the largest province by population. Named after a lake, its name may comes from a Huron word meaning 'great lake'.It's a county in the U.S. state of New York.
It's an island situated in the Bay of Fundy between Digby Neck and Brier IslandLocated in southeastern New York, it's the most populated island in any U.S. state or territory.
Named after the eponymous English town and situated along lakes Erie and St. Clair, it's known as 'Maple City' or 'C -Town'.It's one of the Medway towns in North Kent, in South East England.
It's the capital city in one of the two landlocked provinces.It's one of the 22 communes of the French Overseas Department in mainland South America.
It's a city situated at the confluence of the Saint-François and Magog rivers.It's a Forest near Melbourne, known for its 'Eucalyptus Regnans', the tallest flowering plant in the world, and its population of Superb Lyrebirds.
It's a town on the Grand River, known as 'the cobblestone capital of Canada'.Located on the river Seine and known as 'La Ville Lumière', it's one of the world's main tourist destinations.
It's a provincial capital and the largest city in the country. Its name comes from the word 'tkaronto' and means 'where there are trees standing in the water'.It's a town in New South Wales; named after the Canadian city in honour of Edward Hanlan's visit in 1884.
Originally called 'Ville-Marie', it's one of Canadian largest cities.It's a Crusader castle on the eastern side of the Arabah. The ruins, called 'Shoubak' in Arabic, are located in the modern town of Shoubak.
It's an island at the northern end of Hudson Bay and the largest uninhabited island in the northern hemisphere south of the Arctic Circle.It's a Land in Antarctica, a region which lies westward of Queen Maud Land and forms the eastern shore of the Weddell Sea.
It's a large island at the entrance to Hudson Bay at Foxe Basin; famous for its now-extinct inhabitants: the Sadlermiut.It's a town located in southeastern Suffolk County, partly on the South Fork of Long Island, just east of Manhattan.
It's a residential neighbourhood of Calgary, located at the southern edge of the city.It's a county in South West England, bounded by the Bristol Channel.
From 1854 until 1916, it was the name of the city of Kitchener, located in the Grand River Valley in Southern Ontario.After World War II, it was divided in two areas (East and West) until the fall of the Wall in 1989.
It's the largest city in the three territories. Famous for its natural parks and landscapes. Named after the rapids disappeared under Schwatka Lake.It's a city located in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Formed in 1994 by the amalgamation of the former Cities of Box Hill and Nunawading.
Originally called Ainleyville, it's a town located within the municipality of Huron East.Located in Benelux, it's the de facto capital city of the European Union.
It's an uninhabited island, located in Hudson Strait, just north of the entrance into Hudson Bay.It's a city in the East Midlands region of England and is famous for its links with the Robin Hood's legend.
It's one of the three Maritime provinces and the only one constitutionally bilingual.It's a city in the U.S. state of New Jersey.
It's a Bay between the eponymous island, the largest one in Canada, and the southwest coast of Greenland.Located near the Gulf of Mexico, it's a Bay in South Texas (US), an inlet of the larger Laguna Madre.
It's a port city, situated on the western end of the Niagara Peninsula, in the geographic centre of a densely populated and industrialized region known as Golden Horseshoe.It's the capital, but not the largest city, of a British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic Ocean.
It's the largest city in the Mauricie region, located at the confluence of the Saint-Maurice and Saint Lawrence Rivers.It's the chef-lieu of the eponymous canton in the French Overseas Department in the Lesser Antilles with Basse-Terre as capital city.
It's an island separated from Banks Island by the Principe Channel.Also known as Rangiauria, it's the 2nd largest island in the Chatham Islands and the first populated location on earth to observe a sunrise in each new year.
It's a provincial capital city and the largest urban area in Atlantic Canada. Named after the eponymous British Earldom.It'a an English city, internationally famous for its Mackintosh chocolate and toffee.
Located in the Grassland region, at the east of the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies, it's one of the largest cities in the country.Located in the eponymous Bay, on the north west of Mull, it's one of the finest locations in Scotland. Known for its idyllic wide sand beach.
Including the former twin cities of Fort William and Port Arthur, it's known as 'Canadian Lakehead' and named after the bay at the head of Lake Superior.It's one of the islands in Lake Huron and it's a river in Michigan.
It's the easternmost provincial capital city; located on the northeast coast of the Avalon Peninsula, on the Atlantic Ocean.It's the capital city of a Caribbean country; located on the largest of the two main islands.
It the largest metropolitan area on the Western Coast.It's a city on the north bank of the Columbia River and one of the largest ones in the state of Washington.
It's a city in Gloucester County.Located at the mouth of the Nepisiguit River in the southernmost part of Chaleur Bay, which is known for its legendary phantom burned ship.It's the former name of Banjul, the capital city of the smallest country on mainland Africa.
It's a town in Cape Breton, located west of Sydney Mines.Located in Tuscany and known as the 'Jewel of the Renaissance', it's widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cities.
It's the 2nd largest Canadian island.It's the largest African lake by area.
It's an uninhabited island of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and lies in the Parry Channel.It's a popular tourist destination and the largest inhabited island of the Whitsunday Islands in Queensland.
It's the largest city on Lake Huron.It's the traditional designation of the island of Guernsey, a Crown Dependency in the English Channel.
Nicknamed the 'Limestone City' and located midway between Toronto and Montreal, it was named the first capital of the Province of Canada in 1841.It's the capital and largest city of the Caribbean country, which was known as 'Santiago' before becoming an English colony.
It's a provincial capital city, located on the North Saskatchewan River at the same latitude as Manchester in England.Located in the east of the London Borough of Enfield in England, it's the town after which the Canadian provincial capital city is named.
It's a provincial capital city. Located on the southwest Pacific coast. Close to the United States across the Juan de Fuca Strait.It's the capital city of an African island country in the Indian Ocean.
Situated on the east coast of Cape Breton Island. Nicknamed 'The Steel City' for being by the early XX century one of the world's largest steel plants.Worldwide known for its iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge, its port on the Pacific Ocean is one of the largest natural harbour in the world.
It's the largest province by area and the only one with a predominantly French-speaking population.It's a small village in the north east of England, named after the Canadian eponymous city.
It's an island bounded on the north by the Pearse Canal, bisected by the international boundary with Alaska.Locally called 'Cymru', it's one of the 4 nations that form the United Kingdom.
It's a coastal city in British Columbia, and the location of the Vancouver International Airport.It's the capital city of the U.S. State of Virginia.
Known as 'the City of Roses', it's the southernmost city in Canada.It's a city in the English county of Berkshire, on the western outskirts of London. Best known for being the site of the eponymous Castle, the largest inhabited in the world.
It's a small island in the Canadian high arctic region.It's an English county, forming the tip of the south-western peninsula of Great Britain
It's one of the largest cities in the Maritime provinces. Situated along the north shore of the Bay of Fundy.It's an island in the Caribbean Sea, located about 4 miles east of Saint Thomas, where there is the territory capital city, Charlotte Amalie.
Named after its main river, it's the westernmost and smallest of the three federal territories.It's the longest river in Alaska.
Located at the forks of the Thames River and named after a European capital city, it's one of the largest cities in the country.Located on the River Thames, '221B Baker Street' and '10 Downing Street' are two of its worldwide famous residences.
It's one of the Queen Elizabeth Islands. Here is one of Canada's northernmost communities: Resolute, a small Inuit hamlet.It's an island in the South Shetland Islands, claimed by Argentina, Chile and United Kingdom.
Originally known as 'South Side' or 'Little Bay' and located on the eponymous Bay, it's a town in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.It's a Channel between Ireland and Great Britain.
Located in Baffin Bay, it's the largest uninhabited island on Earth.It's a large county in southwestern England, bounded either by the English Channel than by the Bristol Channel.
Formerly known as Farmersville, it's a town located about 90 km south west of Ottawa and each year celebrates its agricultural heritage with the 'Steam Fair'.Dominating the Attica periphery, it's one of the world's oldest cities: its recorded history spans around 3,400 years, but recently faced the brunt of economic issues.

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