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Regions of Countries #3

For each selected region, name the country in which it is located.
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"Region" is not used in a technical sense
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Last updated: July 27, 2015
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First submittedMarch 28, 2013
Times taken59,845
Average score71.4%
Rating4.86
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Region
Country
The Outback
Australia
Utah
United States
Murmansk
Russia
Alberta
Canada
Durango
Mexico
Umbria
Italy
Burgundy
France
Region
Country
Aragon
Spain
Kent
United Kingdom
Dry Pampas
Argentina
Okinawa
Japan
Tamil Nadu
India
Wu
China
Darfur
Sudan
Region
Country
Sinai
Egypt
Waziristan
Pakistan
County Kilkenny
Ireland
Wallachia
Romania
Tyrol
Austria
Java
Indonesia
Algarve
Portugal
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Level 27
Jul 28, 2013
One of my favourites, geography seems to be a basic element of quizzes.
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Level 33
Jul 28, 2013
I know this sounds like I'm being pedantic... but the outback is not a region of Australia. Not in the same way that all these others are anyway. There's no borders or anything to 'the outback' is basically just a vague notion.
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Level 20
Jul 28, 2013
It says "region is not used in a technical sense"
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Level 66
Jun 13, 2019
Still it is like saying the jungle. All the others are based on geographical areas, not a trait (little population/forestation)
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Level 71
Oct 11, 2021
“The jungle” isn’t automatically synonymous with any particular country, whereas “The Outback” is always associated with Australia and is never applied to any similar environment in another country.
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Level 66
Apr 10, 2018
Wait, you mean the Dry Pampas do have a clearly defined border?
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Level 87
Jun 14, 2019
You mean there's actually a place called Utah? I thought it was just a Trey Parker and Matt Stone thing.
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Level 77
Mar 3, 2021
It's a state in the mountain region of the United States.
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Level 53
Apr 14, 2021
No, no, don't deceive yourself. Utah doesn't exist.
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Level 49
Oct 14, 2021
JackintheBox r/woosh
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Level 58
Sep 20, 2022
wooooooosh
+1
Level 64
Jul 28, 2013
3:04 while intoxicated. Too easy.
+1
Level 17
Jul 31, 2013
I missed Durango,Umbria,Aragon,and Dafur
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Level 77
Mar 3, 2021
Darfur*
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Level 69
Nov 1, 2022
how you correcting comments from 9 years ago
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Level 19
Jan 25, 2014
I thought Durango was in Colorado!
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Level 44
Jan 18, 2015
it is. It is also a state in Mexico ;)
+1
Level 76
Feb 3, 2017
Colorado was my first guess, too.
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Level 78
May 20, 2014
Missed Waziristan because I got tired of guessing. I had some time on the clock still.
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Level 89
Jul 28, 2015
I love this site, but my only minor complaint is that when I take a recently-updated quiz (like this one, apparently) that's still listed with 8,000 quiz takers, my scoring is somehow based only on the people who have taken it since the update. Thus, a score of 19/21 is only good enough for the 25th percentile of quiz takers, because the sample size seems to be 16 (very knowledgeable) people instead of 8,000.
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Level 90
Sep 15, 2015
This becomes less of a problem if you just get them all right :) It is an interesting point though, as more people take the quiz, your score could move up (or down) the percentile, but I assume you don't get more points for it, or have them taken away.
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Level 83
Jul 25, 2017
Not nearly as bad as when your score gets completely wiped out when they rewrite a quiz.
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Level 76
Apr 10, 2018
Agree, and apparently a LOT of quizzes have been reset lately. It seems every time I log on my score is lower than the day before. I don't think I'll ever reach level 73.
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Level 66
Jun 13, 2019
You have :)
+1
Level 77
Aug 27, 2015
Just much too easy. Finished with 2.29 to spare. You really need to find some harder clues.
+5
Level 70
Jan 3, 2016
You really need to make a quiz of your own then.
+1
Level 71
Oct 11, 2021
This is a really bad look on anybody
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Level 66
Oct 6, 2015
100% :)
+7
Level 84
Nov 7, 2015
Lots of happy babies in Dry Pampas?
+3
Level 76
Jan 3, 2016
Oh, that's so-o-o bad. :)
+1
Level 68
Apr 1, 2016
Yeouch, yes it is
+1
Level 66
Jun 13, 2019
They are well trained
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Level 70
Jan 4, 2016
:)....3.14 to spare
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Level 71
Apr 11, 2018
So What?
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Level 83
Jul 25, 2017
Wikipedia says the Tyrol is also in Italy.
+3
Level 47
Apr 10, 2018
Yes, tyrol is a part of Italy and Austria
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Level 53
Apr 10, 2018
you find tyrol and east tyrol in austria but south tyrol in italy
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Level 70
Apr 11, 2018
yep morgi, süd tirol (german) or alto adige (italian)
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Level 56
Mar 7, 2018
Nice to see my home county of Kilkenny on this quiz :-)
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Level 53
Apr 10, 2018
OMG I am French and I didn't reconize "Burgungy"... I didn't know the word for "Bourgogne" was "Burundy"...
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Level 71
Apr 11, 2018
Run that past me again?
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Level 78
Aug 6, 2018
I think it's next to Rwandy
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Level 87
Jun 14, 2019
It's a wine colored bungee cord.
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Level 75
Jan 19, 2021
There are a few French places that are anglicised in English. Examples: Gascony = Gascogne, Normandy = Normandie, Brittany = Bretagne, Picardy = Picardie.
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Level 66
Apr 10, 2018
Got 'em all with 1:34 left. Lesson #1 is move on to the next clue IMMEDIATELY if you don't know the answer so you have time left to take some educated guesses on the ones you don't know. I was absolutely certain on only about sixteen of these clues.
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Level 49
Apr 14, 2018
Poor Kenny.
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Level 57
Jul 10, 2019
Please add Italy for Tyrol.
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Level 56
Aug 26, 2019
"Burgundy" for Bourgogne ??? O_o
+2
Level 59
Oct 5, 2021
Letter R Scavenger Hunt Answer (See my Blog)
+1
Level 65
Oct 12, 2021
I FOUND IT!!!
+1
Level 32
Oct 17, 2021
Me too
+1
Level 61
Nov 12, 2021
Missed Romania and Austria. I'm Pakistani but didn't know Waziristan until I guessed for it so good to learn something new
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Level 46
May 9, 2022
Oh my god! They Kilkenny!
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Level 26
Mar 10, 2023
Wallachia is literally Count Dracula land. Vlad the Impaler is from there