Geography Quiz / Eastern Mediterranean Cities

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Can you name the cities lying on the Eastern Mediterranean Sea?

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Main centre of the Tunisian pottery industry. Its name is an Arabised form of the Greek 'Neapolis'.
Located in the south east of the northern peninsula of Cap Bon. Due to its beaches, it is a popular tourist destination for swimming and water sports.
Busy port. 3rd-largest city in Tunisia.
Major tourist resort on the central shore of Tunisia. Founded on the ruins of the city of Ruspina.
Largest port city on the Gulf of Gabès. Considered as the economic country capital under the 1980's. Founded on the ruins of Taparura and Thaenae.
Founded by Phoenicians. Named from a Greek word meaning 'three cities'. Country capital city.
Town in Al Murgub District. Located near the ancient Roman city of Leptis Magna.
3rd-largest city in the country. Considered the Business capital of Libya. Qasr Ahmed is its port.
Main city in the Cyrenaica region. Named after 'Sidi Ghazi', a pious benefactor died in 1450.
Main seaport on Egypt's Western Mediterranean coast. Known for its white soft sands and calm transparent waters.
Southernmost Mediterranean coastal city. Located in Matruh Governorate.
Founded by Alexander the Great. Its 'Pharos' (lighthouse) was one of the Seven Wonders.
Popular tourist destination, known for its charming Ottoman mansions. Here in 1799 it was found the 'Rosetta Stone', an understanding key for Egyptian hieroglyphs.
Capital of the governorate of Domyat. Located at the intersection between the Mediterranean Sea and the Nile.
Twin city of Port Fouad. Entrance to Suez Canal. Egypt's major eastern seaport.
Capital city of the Egyptian governorate of North Sinai.
Important city in North Sinai. Egypt's last eastern Mediterranean city.
Largest city in the Palestinian territories.
Important regional industrial center. One of the 3 largest seaports in the country.
Founded in 1909 on the outskirts of the ancient port city of Jaffa. Country's financial capital. Known as the 'City That Never Sleeps'.
Largest city in the Sharon Plain.
Largest city in northern Israel. Built on the slopes of Mount Carmel. Split over three tiers.
Holiest city of the Bahá'í Faith. Archaeological excavations revealed a complex of halls, which was built and used by the Hospitallers Knights.
One of Lebanon's major ports. 4th-largest city in the country.
Located in the South Governorate. 3rd-largest city in the country.
Country capital city. Located on a peninsula at the midpoint of the country's coastline.
One of the oldest cities of the world. Major tourist destination in North Lebanon. Surrounded by citrus groves.
2nd largest port city in Lebanon. Capital of the North Governorate, the northernmost in the country.
Capital city of the homonymous Governatorate. 2nd largest port city of the country. Known as Antaradus to Romans and as Tortosa to Crusaders.
Capital city of the homonymous Governatorate. Main port city in the country. Home to the annual Al-Mahaba Festival.
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Busy commercial center on the homonymous Gulf. At the foot of the Nur Mountains. Largest city in Hatay Province.
Major agricultural and commercial center on the Seyhan River. 30 kilometres inland from the sea. In the heart of Çukurova region.
Large city spreading out along the coast of Çukurova. Its Mertim Tower was the tallest skyscraper in Turkey until 2000.
Located in south-west Anatolia, on the homonymous gulf. Situated on coastal cliffs and surrounded by mountains.
Large metropolis in western Anatolia. Historically known as 'Smyrna'.
Largest city, historically known as Byzantium and Constantinople.
Capital of the Evros Prefecture in Thrace. Located 40 km from the border with Turkey.
Capital of the region of Macedonia. 2nd-largest city in the country.
Seaport in Thessaly. Capital city of the Magnesia prefecture.
One of the world's oldest cities. Its recorded history spans around 3,400 years. Country capital city dominating the Attica periphery.
Destroyed by an earthquake in 1858. City-state in antiquity. Located on the homonymous Isthmus.
Capital of the prefecture of Achaea. Located in northern Peloponnese. Built at the foothills of Mount Panachaikon.
First country capital city, where the Albanian Declaration of Independence was proclaimed in 1912.
The most ancient and one of the most economically important cities in the country. Formerly known as Durazzo.
One of major tourist destinations in Montenegro. Located on the largest bay of the Adriatic Sea.
One of the most prominent tourist destinations on the Adriatic. Known in the Middle Ages as the 5th Maritime Republic.
The only coastal town in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Largest Dalmatian city. Its main symbol is the Bell Tower of the Cathedral of St. Duje.
Located on Kvarner Bay. Main seaport of the country.
One of the 3 major towns of Slovenian Istria.
Largest commercial port in the country. Officially bilingual town. On the coast, there is a border crossing to Italy, known as San Bartolomeo.
City situated towards the end of a narrow strip of land lying between the sea and Italy's border with Slovenia. Severely affected by the wind called 'Bora'.
Capital of the region Veneto. One of the most important tourist destinations, for being one of the world's greatest and most beautiful cities of art.
City located on the coast between the rivers Marecchia and Ausa. One of the most famous European seaside resorts, known as 'Miami of Europe'.
City and a seaport in the Marche. Finely situated on and between the slopes of the two extremities of the promontory of Monte Conero.
Major city in the Abruzzo region. Famous for being the birthplace of the poet Gabriele D'Annunzio.
Capital city of the Apulia region. 2nd-most important economic centre of mainland Southern Italy after Naples.
Located on the east coast of the Salento peninsula, on the homonymous Strait. The near lighthouse 'Faro della Palascìa' marks the most easterly point of the Italian mainland.
Coastal city in Apulia region. Important commercial port as well as the main Italian naval base. Among the many sites of historic value, there is the Aragonese Castle.
City in Calabria region. It was one of the most flourishing cities of Magna Graecia. Famous its 16th century Castle of Charles V, housing the Town Museum.

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