5-Letter Geography Chain #3

For each hint, enter a 5-letter word. The last letter of this word will be the first letter of the next word.
Based partly on this quiz from manchesterutd10
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Last updated: September 6, 2018
First submittedFebruary 17, 2018
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Average score68.2%
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Hint
Answer
A book of maps
Atlas
New Zealand has six of these
for every person
Sheep
Biggest city in Western Australia
Perth
Shrubland habitat, especially in Britain
Heath
Head covering for Muslim women
Hijab
City at the intersection of
Switzerland, France, and Germany
Basel
Egyptian city famous for ancient monuments
Luxor
Congo, Severn, or Paraná for example
River
Currency of India
Rupee
Theme park that is part of Disney World
Epcot
Italy's automotive capital
Turin
Hint
Answer
Ancient name of Sudan
Nubia
Ring-shaped island made of coral
Atoll
Country between Egypt and Algeria
Libya
Capital of Ghana
Accra
Capital of Jordan
Amman
Type of person who continuously migrates
Nomad
Largest city in India
Delhi
U.S. state famous for potatoes
Idaho
Island of fertility in a desert
Oasis
Pacific island nation
Samoa
Dutch island in the Caribbean
Aruba
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Level 37
Feb 17, 2018
Yeah!!! - Aruba on a quiz and no arguments!!! Hoorah!!!
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Level 81
Feb 17, 2018
Give it chance.
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Level 70
Feb 17, 2018
Good quiz. You could probably cut the time by a minute or even two though.
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Level 61
Feb 19, 2018
Fun Quiz thanks!!

got 'em all w/2:03 remaining!!

More please!!

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Level 71
Feb 20, 2018
Epcot?.... you've got to be joking in a good quiz like this.
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Level 76
Feb 21, 2018
Why? EPCOT has 11 countries in one place. If that's not geography, I don't know what is.
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Level 84
Sep 6, 2018
Epcot Center receives more tourists every year than Amsterdam, Barcelona, or Istanbul. Would you object to them being on a quiz?
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Level 73
Sep 11, 2018
Bit of a false analogy, number of tourists has nothing to do with geography.
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Level 67
Aug 15, 2019
yea, that makes no sense whatsoever.
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Level 56
Apr 14, 2021
You would've needed to visit Disneyland to know Epcot, I had never heard of such a thing.

Amsterdam, Barcelona and Istanbul are major cities.

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Level 87
Apr 14, 2021
You don’t need to visit Disneyland to know about Epcot because it’s not in Disneyland. It’s at Walt Disney World :)
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Level 72
Nov 23, 2020
exactly... what the heck is that doing here. we are not all americans here
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Level 87
Apr 14, 2021
"What the heck is a Hijab doing here? We're not all Muslims."

"What the heck is Perth doing here? We're not all Australians."

"What the heck is an atlas doing here? We're not all cartographers."

"What the heck is sheep doing here? We're not all farmers."

"What the heck is a river doing here? We're not all swimmers."

I could do this all day.

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Level 74
Feb 21, 2018
Thanks for the quiz. Please accept hejab -- it's a very common transliteration and also correct.
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Level 65
Sep 6, 2018
I'm surprised there is no debate here. Mumbai is considered the largest city of India...

Unless you take some considerations...

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Level 84
Sep 6, 2018
Usually on this site, citypopulation.de is the source of choice for city population stats. They say Delhi is the biggest.
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Level 67
Sep 6, 2018
Yep, I love my six sheep.
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Level 67
Aug 15, 2019
yea, it did make it sound like every new zealander has 6 of these haha
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Level 66
Apr 14, 2021
Wow, you too? In Europe, it's more the Welsh who are famous for "loving" their sheep!
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Level 38
Sep 6, 2018
There are multiple countries in Oceania that have five letters (Nauru, Palau, Tonga, Samoa)
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Level 65
Sep 7, 2018
The last letter of this word will be the first letter of the next word. Only Samoa fits this quiz. Saura, Salaa and Songa aren't countries.
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Level 72
Apr 17, 2020
Yes, but it is more elegant if the clues can only lead to one answer in my opinion.
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Level 55
Sep 7, 2018
I got Nubia because there's a restaurant in Austin(my hometown) called Nubian Queen Lola's!
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Level 61
Sep 7, 2018
I tried herth, harth, hearth (yh I know it's not 5 letters) because I couldn't remember how to pronounce it. Damn it heath
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Level 76
Nov 8, 2019
Me. Too. Argh.
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Level 69
Jun 13, 2019
I just took another geography 5-letter chain quiz, and like 4-5 of the questions here were on that one too. :S
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Level 67
Aug 15, 2019
I didn't know heath was a habitat? I only know it a shrub. Would never had gotten it.

Now that I have looked it up heathland dóes ring a bell

. But simply heath, have only heard that used in reference of the plant
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Level 76
Nov 8, 2019
I really want to kick myself for not getting 'heath', especially since we are learning Macbeth in English class!
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Level 83
Dec 18, 2019
I think I would've struggled with "heath" as well had I not just watched several episodes of Sherlock Holmes starring Jeremy Brett. Caught a break there.
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Level 55
Oct 25, 2020
Hell yeah, my first 100% in this series! Heath was the one that almost undid me. Only got it by typing H___h and figuring it out from there.
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Level 39
Apr 14, 2021
I got Aruba but not Idaho.
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Level 70
Apr 14, 2021
Love these quizzes. Small gripe: how is the head covering for Muslim women a geography question? But as I say, it's a minor quibble, thanks for all the quizzes!
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Level 70
Apr 14, 2021
Well it can't be basil, because that's a herb. Maybe the herb is named after the city.... nope, didn't work. Hmm. My brain is telling me basil. How many ways are there to spell that? Took me way too long to get it.
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Level 53
Apr 6, 2022
pacific island nation. Very specific totally didnt say nauru, and palau first