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Can you name the geographic places having a connection with colors ?
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Clues refer to geographic places around the world, that has a connection with colors. Letters at the beginning of each clue suggest the initial letter for answers.
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A - CITY in South America. Called LA CIUDAD BLANCA (the White City), for the many colonial-era Spanish buildings built of sillar, a pearly white volcanic rock.
B - CAPITAL CITY. Its CASA ROSADA (the Pink House) is the official seat of the executive branch of the government.
C - CITY in Morocco. Its name is a Spanish word combination meaning WHITE HOUSE.
D - RIVER. It flows from the BLACK FOREST to the BLACK SEA, passing through four capital cities.
E - BODY OF WATER. On its northern shores there is a series of chalk cliffs widely known as the WHITE CLIFFS of Dover.
F - ISLAND. Geophysically considered the westernmost point of Europe. It is referred to as ILHA AZUL (Blue Island), from the writings of Portuguese poet Raul Brandão.
G - TERRITORY in North America. The color in its name do not reflect the one of its lands mostly of the year.
H - COUNTRY. Its flag consist of 2 outer BLUE BANDS (Pacific Ocean, Caribbean Sea) and 5 BLUE STARS on the inner white band (5 nations of former Republic of Central America)
I - MEXICAN CITY known as THE YELLOW CITY OF THE YUCATAN, for the fact that most of its buildings are painted yellow.
J - LARGE CITY in India. Known as THE PINK CITY, since when it was painted pink to welcome the visit of the Prince of Wales in 1853.
K - LAKE in Tajikistan. Its name means BLACK LAKE. In the past, known in British maps as 'Lake Victoria of the Pamirs'.
L - SOVEREIGN COUNTRY. Its capital city is named from a Sesotho word meaning PLACE OF THE RED SANDSTONE.
M - FORMER IMPERIAL CITY in northern Africa. Known as THE RED CITY.
N - AFRICAN CAPITAL CITY. Popularly known as THE GREEN CITY IN THE SUN.
O - RIVER. The longest one in South Africa.
P - CITY in the Republic of the Congo. It is the main commercial centre in the country and its name means BLACK POINT.
Q - PROVINCE OF CHINA. Named after a lake. Its name can be traslated in English as BLUE SEA.
R - BODY OF WATER. It's a seawater inlet of the Indian Ocean, lying between Africa and Asia.
S - SOVEREIGN COUNTRY where the BLUE HOUSE (even known as Cheong Wa Dae) is the executive office and official residence of the President.
T - SOVEREIGN COUNTRY where the seat of Parliament is THE RED HOUSE.
U - 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.
V - SOVEREIGN COUNTRY. The RED RIVER DELTA is one of its administrative regions and corresponds to the flat plain formed by the Red River, flowing to the Gulf of Tonkin.
W - BODY OF WATER. It's a southern inlet of the Barents Sea, located on the northwest coast of Russia and considered as Russian internal waters.
X - CITY in northeastern Greece. Popularly known as THE CITY OF THE THOUSAND COLOURS for its many attractions (Festivals, Carnival, Baazar, etc).
Y - ONE OF THE LONGEST RIVERS in the world. Considered 'the cradle of Chinese civilization'.
Z - ARCHIPELAGO in the Indian Ocean. Its name means THE LAND OF BLACK PEOPLE.
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