Geography Quiz / 'G' in the Americas

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Can you name the things beginning with 'G' in the Americas?

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Deepest lake in North America and second largest lake entirely in Canada.
The beating commercial heart of Ecuador, its most important port and most populous city.
This country gained its independence from the United Kingdom in 1966, the only South American country to do so.
The second largest city (by population) of all the British Overseas Territories, the centre of the Caymanian financial service industries, and its capital.
The largest lake in the Northwest Territories of Canada and the fourth largest in North America.
A steep-sided geographical feature carved by the Colorado River in Arizona and considered as a holy site by the native Pueblo people
This giant, 108m deep, submarine sinkhole off the coast of Belize was made famous by Jacques Cousteau, who declared it one of the top ten scuba diving sites in the world.
An autonomous country of Denmark and island natively known as Kalaallit Nunaat. The world's largest national park is located here.
An island chain that is shared by two countries: St.Vincent and the Grenadines and Grenada.
The second-largest city in Michigan, hometown of former US President Gerald Ford and location of his presidential museum and resting place
This country once formed the core of the Maya civilization, but in the 1950s fell into the chaos of 'banana republic' due to the role of USA's United Fruit Company in its politics.
The second most populous metropolitan area in Mexico, behind Mexico City.
An overseas department of France in the Caribbean whose capital is Basse-Terre.
An enclave of USA in Cuba containing the oldest overseas American Navy base in the world and most notorious for being a detention camp established by the Bush administration.
Greenland's highest mountain and also the highest mountain north of the Arctic circle.
The host of 2002 Winter Olympics is located nearby this hypersaline body of water in Utah.
A planned city founded in 1933 to be the capital and largest city of the state of Goias, Brazil.
An archipelago of volcanic islands with a vast number of endemic species located in the Pacific to the west of Ecuador.
The only Mexican state named after a president. Its largest city is Acapulco and its capital Chilpancingo.
This geographical feature denotes a body of dense ice that is constantly moving under its own weight. It is the name of national park both in Montana, USA and British Columbia, Can

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