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The largest city in Brazil is
What is the geographical region called where Spain and Portugal are situated.
The capital of Azerbaijan is Name one
Bermuda is a common wealth of which country
What city in Sweden connects with Copenhagen of Denmark by bridge?
What is the capital of the common wealth Tasmania?
The capital of Morocco is
The richest country in the world by GDP per capita is
The largest city by population in Switzerland is
The state capital of Illinois is
In what American city would you find Fort Sumter
Which 2 countries does the Bering strait separate put 'and' between countries
What is the southern most capital in the world
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The country in Europe with close to 66 Million people As of 2013
The largest city southern Italy is South of Rome
In what country would you find Rotterdam
Podgorica is the capital of which country
The capital of Suriname is
The second largest city in Greece is Northern Greece
Aleppo is a city in which country
The largest country that borders Slovakia is
Kosovo is trying to break away from which country
The county which has the fastest growing population in Europe is
In what country would you find the city of Haifa
What city is the 2nd largest metro area in the world
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