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Section 1

(50 cards)

North Korea

Front

Pyongyang

Back

South Korea

Front

Seoul

Back

Iran

Front

Tehran

Back

Saudi Arabia

Front

Riyadh

Back

Pakistan

Front

Islamabad

Back

Jordan

Front

Amman

Back

Italy

Front

Rome

Back

Israel

Front

Jerusalem

Back

India

Front

New Delhi

Back

Finland

Front

Helsinki

Back

Egypt

Front

Cairo

Back

Syria

Front

Demascus

Back

China

Front

Beijing

Back

Georgia

Front

Tbilisi

Back

Canada

Front

Ottawa

Back

The Philippines

Front

Manila

Back

Mexico

Front

Mexico City

Back

Azerbaijan

Front

Baku

Back

Qatar

Front

Doha

Back

Ethiopia

Front

Addis Ababa

Back

Kuwait

Front

Kuwait City

Back

Ukraine

Front

Kiev

Back

Jamaica

Front

Kingston

Back

Indonesia

Front

Jakarta

Back

Portugal

Front

Lisbon

Back

Brazil

Front

Brasília

Back

United Arab Emirates

Front

Abu Dhabi

Back

Lebanon

Front

Beirut

Back

Yemen

Front

San'a

Back

Cuba

Front

Havana

Back

Iraq

Front

Baghdad

Back

Sweden

Front

Stockholm

Back

Greece

Front

Athens

Back

Great Britain

Front

England

Back

Chile

Front

Santiago

Back

Russia

Front

Moscow

Back

Spain

Front

Madrid

Back

The United States

Front

Washington D.C.

Back

Norway

Front

Oslo

Back

Armenia

Front

Yerevan

Back

Argentina

Front

Buenos Aires

Back

Japan

Front

Tokyo

Back

Haiti

Front

Port-au-Prince

Back

Somalia

Front

Mogadishu

Back

Nigeria

Front

Abuja

Back

France

Front

Paris

Back

Dominican Republic

Front

Santo Domingo

Back

Germany

Front

Berlin

Back

Afghanistan

Front

Kabul

Back

Turkey

Front

Ankara

Back

Section 2

(50 cards)

Lithuania

Front

Vilnius

Back

Papua New Guinea

Front

Port Moresby

Back

Latvia

Front

Riga

Back

Cambodia

Front

Phnom Penh

Back

Myanmar

Front

Naypyidaw

Back

Montenegro

Front

Podgorica

Back

Estonia

Front

Tallinn

Back

Slovakia

Front

Bratislava

Back

Denmark

Front

Copenhagen

Back

Romania

Front

Bucharest

Back

Tunisia

Front

Tunis

Back

Laos

Front

Vientiane

Back

Andorra

Front

Andorra la Vella

Back

Czech Republic

Front

Prague

Back

Algeria

Front

Algiers

Back

Netherlands

Front

Amsterdam

Back

Belarus

Front

Minsk

Back

Serbia

Front

Belgrade

Back

Libya

Front

Misratah

Back

Malaysia

Front

Putrajaya

Back

Albania

Front

Tirana

Back

Bosnia/Herzegovina

Front

Sarajevo

Back

Nepal

Front

Kathmandu

Back

Switzerland

Front

Bern

Back

Vietnam

Front

Hanoi

Back

Bangladesh

Front

Dhaka

Back

Thailand

Front

Bangkok

Back

Sri Lanka

Front

Colombo

Back

Guinea

Front

Back

Croatia

Front

Zagreb

Back

Macedonia

Front

Skopje

Back

Slovenia

Front

Ljubljana

Back

Ireland

Front

Dublin

Back

Mongolia

Front

Ulaanbaatar

Back

Sierra Leone

Front

Back

Belgium

Front

Brussels

Back

Oman

Front

Muscat

Back

Senegal

Front

Dakar

Back

Iceland

Front

Reykjavik

Back

Ivory Coast

Front

Back

Liberia

Front

Back

Hungary

Front

Budapest

Back

Moldova

Front

Chisnau

Back

Bulgaria

Front

Sofia

Back

Poland

Front

Warsaw

Back

Bhutan

Front

Thimphu

Back

Austria

Front

Vienna

Back

Singapore

Front

Singapore

Back

Morocco

Front

Rabat

Back

Luxembourg

Front

Luxembourg City

Back

Section 3

(50 cards)

South Sudan

Front

Juba

Back

What is the longest river in Asia?

Front

The Yangtze River

Back

Why is the Dead Sea "dead"?

Front

It is "dead" because no animals can live there because of the massive amounts of salt in the water. Only bacteria and microscopic fungi.

Back

Lesotho

Front

Back

Central African Republic

Front

Back

Congo

Front

Back

What is the longest river in Europe?

Front

The Volga River

Back

What is the longest river in in South America?

Front

The Amazon River

Back

Mali

Front

Back

Gabon

Front

Back

Angola

Front

Back

What is the longest river in Australia?

Front

The Murray River

Back

Botswana

Front

Back

Togo

Front

Back

What is biggest man-made lake in terms of volume?

Front

Lake Kariba

Back

Benin

Front

Back

Where is the Red Sea?

Front

West of Saudi Arabia and east of Egypt.

Back

Rwanda

Front

Kigali

Back

What one thing runs rampant in many lakes,oceans,rivers, and seas?

Front

Pollution. Such as plastics, metals, and oil.

Back

Niger

Front

Back

Volcanic activity can make lakes. Which famous lake in Oregon was made in the way?

Front

Crater Lake

Back

Swaziland

Front

Back

Eritrea

Front

Asmara

Back

Malawi

Front

Back

Kenya

Front

Nairobi

Back

Burkina Faso

Front

Back

Namibia

Front

Back

Democratic Republic of The Congo

Front

Back

Madagascar

Front

Back

South Africa

Front

Cape Town

Back

What is the longest river in the world?

Front

The Nile River

Back

Burundi

Front

Back

Tanzania

Front

Dodoma

Back

What is the man-made lake called that is built on the Panama Canal?

Front

Lake Gatun

Back

Sudan

Front

Khartoum

Back

What lakes are the Great Lakes?

Front

Lake Michigan, Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Superior, and Lake Huron.

Back

Chad

Front

N'Djamena

Back

What is the smallest ocean in area?

Front

The Arctic Ocean

Back

Cameroon

Front

Back

Zambia

Front

Back

What sea borders both Africa,Europe,and Asia?

Front

The Mediterranean Sea

Back

Where is Lake Tahoe?

Front

It is located on the border of Nevada and California. West of Carson City, Nevada.

Back

Mozambique

Front

Back

Uganda

Front

Kampala

Back

Ghana

Front

Back

Zimbabwe

Front

Back

What is the smallest Great Lake?

Front

Lake Ontario

Back

Djibouti

Front

Djibouti

Back

What is the longest river in North America?

Front

The Missouri River

Back

What is the biggest ocean in area?

Front

The Pacific Ocean

Back

Section 4

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Gabon

Front

Back

Rwanda

Front

Back

North Sea

Front

Back

Mozambique

Front

Back

Lake Erie

Front

Back

Lake Ontario

Front

Back

Ethiopia

Front

Back

Niger

Front

Back

Somalia

Front

Back

Cameroon

Front

Back

The Gambia

Front

Back

Angola

Front

Back

Zimbabwe

Front

Back

Cape Town

Front

(legislative) capital of South Africa

Back

Republic of Congo

Front

Back

Abuja

Front

Capital of Nigeria

Back

Tripoli

Front

Libyan Capital

Back

Mount Kilamanjaro

Front

Back

Pretoria

Front

(Executive capital) of South Africa

Back

Black Sea

Front

Back

Lake Michigan

Front

Back

Botswana

Front

Back

Sea of Okhotsk

Front

Back

Persian Gulf

Front

Back

Senegal

Front

Back

Burundi

Front

Back

Eritrea

Front

Back

Guinea

Front

Back

Central African Republic

Front

Back

Sea of Japan

Front

Back

Sahel

Front

Back

Casablanca

Front

Morocco's Capital

Back

Lake Victoria

Front

Back

Sahara Desert

Front

Back

Caspian Sea

Front

Back

Kalahari Desert

Front

Back

Mediterranean Sea

Front

Back

Red Sea

Front

Back

Tunisia

Front

This country is the smallest in North Africa

Back

Lake Superior

Front

Back

Lake Huron

Front

Back

Swaziland

Front

Back

South China Sea

Front

Back

Uganda

Front

Back

Lake Baikal

Front

Back

Yellow Sea

Front

Back

Namib Desert

Front

Back

Tanzania

Front

Back

Johannesburg

Front

South African city

Back

Togo

Front

Back

Section 5

(50 cards)

conquistador

Front

a 16th-century Spanish adventurer with a small but well-equipped army

Back

Ob

Front

The Ob River, also Obi, is a major river in western Siberia, Russia and is the world's seventh longest river. It is the westernmost of the three great Siberian rivers that flow into the Arctic Ocean

Back

Amazon

Front

A major river in South America that flows through Peru, Bolivia, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador and Brazil. 4000 mile long river that flows eastward across Northern Brazil 2nd largest river in the world.

Back

Ecuador

Front

Back

Red Sea

Front

Back

Djibouti

Front

Back

Peru

Front

Back

Paraguay

Front

Back

Danube

Front

Europe's second longest river. The second-longest river of Europe. It flows from southern Germany east into the Black Sea. Eastern Europe's major water way; millions of tons of cargo are carried by ships and barges each year. Passes through Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine

Back

Aconcagua, Argentina

Front

tallest mountain in the Western Hemisphere

Back

Yukon

Front

The Yukon River is a major watercourse of northwestern North America. The source of the river is located in British Columbia, Canada. The next portion lies in, and derives its name from the Yukon Territory. The lower half of the river lies in the U.S. state of Alaska. The river is 1,980 miles (3,190 km) long and empties into the Bering Sea at the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta.

Back

Yellow

Front

The Yellow River or Huang He, formerly spelled Hwang Ho, is the second-longest river in China after the Yangtze and the sixth-longest in the world at the estimated length of 5,464 kilometers (3,395 mi).

Back

Congo

Front

A river in Central Africa that flows into the Atlantic Ocean. 2,900 mile long river in a "u" shape; dumps into Atlantic.

Back

rain forest

Front

tropical forest in an area where there is an exceptionally high yearly rainfall

Back

mestizos

Front

descendants of mixed Indian & European ancestry

Back

Creoles

Front

persons of Spanish descent born in the West Indies or Latin america

Back

Seine

Front

Flows through Paris before emptying into the English Channel at Le Havre, one of Europe's great historic rivers, and its drainage network carries most of the French inland waterway traffic

Back

island

Front

body of land (smaller than a continent) that is completely surrounded by water

Back

Tiber

Front

Flows through Rome, drains into Mediterranean Sea, important river in Italy

Back

mountain range

Front

row of connected mountains

Back

isthmus

Front

narrow strip of land that connects two larger bodies of land

Back

sea

Front

body of saltwater (smaller than an ocean) partially surrounded by land/islands

Back

Niger

Front

The Niger is the third-longest river in Africa, exceeded only by the Nile and the Congo River (also known as the Zaire River). Its main tributary is the Benue River, flows through Western Africa

Back

Mediterranean Sea

Front

Back

Ivory Coast/Côte d'Ivoire

Front

Back

Mississippi

Front

A major North American river and the chief river of the United States, longest river in the U.S. Before the Louisiana Purchase, this river was the border of America. A major North American river and the chief river of the United States, longest river in the U.S. LONGEST RIVER IN UNITED STATES. ----United States

Back

Nile

Front

A river in Eastern Africa, the longest in the world, flowing North from Lake Victoria to the Mediterranean. Lots of resources surrounding, 4,000 miles in Uganda, Sudan, and into Egypt. Civilizations in Egypt developed along the river about 3000 B.C. Egyptians depended on what for survival. Floods were predictable - left rich soil on the banks of the river - great for farming - produced a surplus of food.

Back

French Guiana

Front

Back

Uruguay

Front

Back

Colombia

Front

Back

Volga

Front

The Volga is the longest river in Europe and it is also Europe's largest river in terms of discharge and watershed. It flows through central Russia, and is widely viewed as the national river of Russia.

Back

Benin

Front

Back

Argentina

Front

Back

Thames

Front

Flows through heart of London, chief river of southern England

Back

Bolivia

Front

Back

pampas

Front

huge, treeless plains

Back

Venezuela

Front

Back

Angel Falls, Venezuela

Front

waterfall with the longest drop of any in the world

Back

Brazil

Front

Back

South Sudan

Front

Back

Indus

Front

A river in South Asia that flows from the Himalayas to the Arabian Sea, primarily in Pakistan, fertile crescent, the location of the first river valley civilization of India.

Back

Suriname

Front

Back

Andes Mountains

Front

mountain range that runs along the western coast of South America

Back

Guyana

Front

Back

Iberians

Front

Spaniards or Portuguese

Back

Mackenzie

Front

Canada's longest river, which is part of a river system that flows across the Northwest Territories to the Arctic Ocean. Canada's longest river; a part of a river syster that flows across the Northwest Territories to the Arctic Ocean.

Back

South Africa

Front

Back

Chile

Front

Back

Rhine

Front

Europe's most important inland waterway, a river in Western Europe that flows from eastern Switzerland into the North Sea. A major river that runs through the south central part of Europe extending to the Ukraine.

Back

Rhone

Front

A historic river of Switzerland and France and one of the most significant waterways of Europe. It is the only major river flowing directly to the Mediterranean Sea and is thoroughly Alpine in character.

Back

Section 6

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Mt. McKinley

Front

North Americas highest peak

Back

Mt. Everest

Front

world's highest peak

Back

The Appalachian Mountains

Front

The Appalachian Mountain runs through Canada, Saint Pierre and Miquelon and The United States. Its highest mountain is Mount Mitchell standing at 6,683.

Back

Mt. Fuji

Front

Held a sacred and visited annually by many Japanese

Back

The Alps

Front

Some of the countries that The Alps are located in include France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and Slovenia. The tallest peak is Mount Blanc which elevates at 15,782 feet above sea level.

Back

Ganges

Front

The Ganges originates in the western Himalayas in India, and drains into the Sunderbans delta in the Bay of Bengal. It has long been considered a holy river by Hindus and worshiped as the goddess Ganga in Hinduism. It has also been important historically: many former provincial or imperial capitals have been located on its banks.

Back

Mont Blanc

Front

Alps' highest peak

Back

The Great Dividing Range

Front

The Great Dividing Range is in Australia. Its highest point is Mount Kosciuszko standing at 7,310 above sea level.

Back

The Himalayas

Front

The Himalaya is a mountain range that runs through Nepal, China, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bhutan, Myanmar, and India. Its highest peak is Mount Everest standing at 29,029 feet.

Back

The Karakoram

Front

The Karakoram mountain range goes through India, China and Pakistan. Its highest point is K2 standing at 28,251 feet tall.

Back

Mt. Kilimanjaro

Front

Africa's highest mountain

Back

Mt. Elbrus

Front

Europe's highest peak

Back

The Andes

Front

The Andes is a mountain range that runs through South America. Countries such as Peru, Chile, Argentina, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia and Venezuela run through it. Its highest point is Aconcagua standing at 22,841 feet above sea level.

Back

The Hindu Kush

Front

The Hindu Kush mountain range runs through Kazakhstan, Krygyzstan, Tajikstan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran and China. Its highest mountain is Tirich Mir standing at a elevation of 25,289.

Back

Parana

Front

The Paraná River is a river in south Central South America, running through Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina for some 4,880 kilometres (3,030 mi). It is second in length only to the Amazon River among South American rivers.

Back

The Tian Shan

Front

The Tian Shan runs through China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgryzstan and Uzbekistan. Its highest point is Jengish Chokusu standing at 7,439 feet above sea level.

Back

Yangtze

Front

The Yangtze River, or Chang Jiang is the longest river in Asia, and the third longest in the world. It flows for 6,418 kilometres (3,988 mi) from the glaciers on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau in Qinghai eastward across southwest, central and eastern China before emptying into the East China Sea at Shanghai.

Back

The Pamir Mountains

Front

The Pamir Mountains run through Pakistan, Afghanistan, China, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. Its highest point is Ismoil Somoni Peak standing at 24,590 feet.

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