Geography Quiz 119 Trivia
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Sailors on sailing ships, fearful of being becalmed, try to avoid a region where trade winds converge in a low-pressure belt but what is the term for this region?
Fort McHenry, site of the British attack that inspired Francis Scott Key to write ''The Star-Spangled Banner'' is in the harbour of what city in Maryland?
Which country has four official languages, including Romansh, which is based on ancient Latin?
Ben Nevis, the highest peak in the British Isles, is near Loch Linnhe in which major part of United Kingdom?
Arabs from Africa named a large rock Gibraltar as they landed on what large European peninsula?
Which state capital is west of the Continental Divide?
What is the term for the triangular feature created by sediments deposited at the mouth of a river?
The ancient astronomer and geographer Ptolemy used Hierro as the location of the prime meridian. Hierro is part of what group of Spanish islands off the coast of Africa?
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