The question should really state that the Durham quoted is the one in the US.
Only missed Rubicon.
CH being the oldest public school in the US, and are part of a massive growing urban area they aren't extremely obscure
You can cover every conceivable stretch of geography in a month.
It is a culture clue, not a geography clue.
"What did you study in geography class today?"
Common features of the earth's surface like plateaus, peninsulas, fjords, and reservoirs and what they're called.
What are you studying tomorrow?
Calendars used by different cultures around the world and how they devised and organized them.
Interesting, sounds like a lot of the same sort of stuff I studied in geography.
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