Geography Quiz / 'I' in the Americas

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

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An affluent neighbourhood and beach of Rio de Janeiro popularised by a bossanova jazz hit written by Antônio Carlos Jobim.
This US state is split into two timezones, Pacific and Mountain, and is the state with the shortest border to Canada's British Columbia.
A river of São Paulo mentioned in Brazil's national anthem and historically known as the place where Dom Pedro I declared the independence of Brazil.
The largest island of Lake Superior in the state of Michigan, located closer to the Minnesotan shore. Together with surrounding islands it's a national park of the same name.
This is the largest city in the world unreachable by road. Due to rapid growth experienced during the Amazon rubber boom it becomes the largest metropolis in the Peruvian Amazon.
It was a Peruvian city but ceded to Chile as result of War of the Pacific. This port city boomed during the height of the saltpetre mining in Atacama Desert in the 19th century.
This planned city in California is the largest city in the continental United States with an Asian American plurality.
This US state bordering Lake Michigan has produced more NBA players per capita than any other state.
One of the official languages of the territories of Northwest Territory and Nunavut, aside from English.
This volcano is an icon of the country of El Salvador. Known as 'Lighthouse of the Pacific.' due to almost continuous eruption from when it was born in 1770 until 1966.
The most populous state in the American midwest with Springfield as its capital.
This peak visible most of the year from Mexico City is the lowest peak containing permanent snow and glaciers in Mexico.
Greenland is the largest ____________ in the world.
Formerly called Jakobshavn, it is the third largest city in Greenland.
'The Hawkeye State' with Des Moines as its capital.
Located in Baffin Island, Canada and known as Frobisher Bay until 1987. Now it becomes Nunavut's capital and its only city.
The second most populous city in the Midwest, best known for the automobile race '______' 500
A type of snow house traditionally associated with people of Canada's Central Arctic and Greenland's Thule area.
This term denotes a narrow strip of land with sea on either side, such as in Panama where the canal was cut, and in Tehuantepec, Mexico where goods were shipped by train across.
An imaginary line separating Alaska from Russia (and Samoa from American Samoa) at the antimeridian.

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