Geography Quiz / 'P' in the Americas

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A river that runs through Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina, it then flows in to Rio de la Plata before emptying into the Atlantic.
This island is known to its own inhabitant as 'Borinquén'. It is part of the USA, however it is not a state.
Famous resort town in the Dominican Republic. Its airport is the second busiest in all of the Caribbean
In this landlocked South American country, Spanish and Guarani are official languages.
This Chilean city faces the Beagle Strait and claims itself to be the southernmost city in the world.
A lake located north of New Orleans. It is crossed by the longest continuous bridge over water in the world
This city is the largest state capital in the US by population and the most populous city in Arizona.
Located in southern Chile, almost half of its population is said to be of Croatian descent. This is an important port for supplying bases in Western Antarctica.
The most populous city in the state of Maine. A city which now becomes the most populous city in Oregon is named after it.
A region encompassing the world's largest tropical wetland area, located mostly in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil. Its area is estimated to be more than 150,000 sq km.
Located on Trinidad's northwest coast, this city is the third largest municipality in Trinidad and Tobago
With the backing of the United States, this country seceded from Colombia in 1903, allowing the construction of a canal across its isthmus
One of the cities hosting the World Cup in 2014, this Brazilian city is located on the banks of Guaiba Lake. It is the southernmost capital city of any Brazilian state
This Caribbean capital is located in the mouth of 'Gulf of Gonave'. Most of its buildings were destroyed when an earthquake rocked the country in 2010.
A Peruvian city located by the shore of Lake Titicaca. It is popular for the scores of traditional man-made floating islands located in the lake.
The Mexican city where Cinco de Mayo is originally celebrated. Here, invading French troops were defeated in 1862.
This Bolivian city is the centre of silver mining since the 16th century. It hosts the Spanish Colonial Mint for centuries during its occupation.
This city is located along the Suriname river. It alone contains about half of the total population of the country.
This stratovolcano is the second highest mountain in Mexico. It used to have glacier on its peak but it has disappeared due to increasing temperature and volcanic activity
This lake is one of the lakes comprising the 'Tri-Lakes' region in New York, where a village of the same name was chosen to host the Winter Olympics twice, in 1932 and 1980
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