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Can you name the answers to these geography questions where all answers begin with 'R'?

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Which river flows from Colorado to the Gulf of Mexico and forms part of the US-Mexico border?
What currency is used in India, Pakistan, Nepal and other countries in Southeast Asia?
What was Zimbabwe previously known as?
What is the capital of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan?
Can you name the 'Mount' landmark in the images above?
What is the name given to the central square of Moscow?
Which North American mountain range stretches from northern British Columbia to New Mexico?
Can you name the country whose outline is in the images above?
Which city is the capital of the US state Virginia?
What South American city is overlooked by the 'Christ the Redeemer' monument?
Can you name the country whose flag is in the images above?
Which capital city is the world's northernmost?
Which major European river begins in Switzerland, emptying into the North Sea in the Netherlands?
What is the currency of South Africa?
What is the Netherlands' second largest city and the largest port in Europe?
Can you name the body of water in the images above?

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