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By the Numbers - Geography Edition

Many geographic locations, such as "Seven Trees, California", contain numbers as part of their name. How many of these places do you know?


 

Quiz ID:#32092
Fun:** (2)
Difficulty:*** (2.59)
Category:Geography
Created By:HABS2933

 



#1   The city of ____ Hills is located in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.







#2   Located along Lake Michigan, the town of ___ Rivers, Wisconsin claims to be the birth place of the ice cream sundae.





#3   One of the few villages in the country to have an official Village Poet Laureate is the small village of ____ Oaks, Michigan.

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#4   The states of Florida, Montana, Oregon, Texas, and Wyoming all have towns, villages, or Census Designated Places (CDP) called ____Corners.

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#5   Located approximately 25 miles southwest of Pittsburgh, is the small town of ____ Pennsylvania.







#6   Bill Voiselle, a major league pitcher, wore number ___ on his uniform while playing for the Chicago Cubs and the Boston Braves in honor of his home town ____, South Carolina.

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#7   The community of Wonowon, British Columbia gets its name from the fact it is at mile marker one along the TransCanada Highway (Highway 1).




#8   Beaches on Lake George, NY include: Shepard's Park Beach, Usher's Park Beach, and _______ Dollar Beach.

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#9   ____ Dock NSW, Australia is a suburb located in the inner west of Sydney.

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#10   The suburb of _______ Hills is located in the inner Eastern side of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

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#11   ______ Corners, ON is one of several smaller communities located within the Six Nations of the Grand River First Nations Territory.







#12   Which of the places listed below is not in California?





 

 



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