North American Geography by Letter - S

Identify these geographic things that are related to North America.
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Capital of El Salvador
San Salvador
Largest of the Great Lakes
Superior
New York harbor sculpture that was a gift from France
Statue of Liberty
Where the first shots of the US Civil War were fired
South Carolina
US State where you would find Mt. Rushmore
South Dakota
One of Canada's "Prairie Provinces"
Saskatchewan
Largest city in the above province
Saskatoon
City where you should remember to visit the Alamo
San Antonio
Hottest desert in North America
Sonoran Desert
Capital of Costa Rica, or a major city in California
San Jose
Volcanic island that is a partner to the Grenadines
Saint Vincent
City across the border from Tijuana
San Diego
Numerous places in Virginia share this name that originates from Oneida chief Skenandoa
Shenandoah
Capital of both Antigua & Barbuda, and Newfoundland & Labrador
Saint John
Capital of Puerto Rico, it's also the Spanish translation of the above
San Juan
Largest producer of the northern California wine-making counties
Sonoma
Giant sinkhole in Chiapas, Mexico; known for thousands of green parakeets
Sima de las Cotorras
1000-acre public park in Vancouver that boasts an aquarium and a miniature train
Stanley Park
Mountains of Nevada in the US, or the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt further south
Sierra Nevada
Island nicknamed "Helen of the West Indies" for changing ownership
between Britain and France 14 times
Saint Lucia
3 Comments
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Level 68
Nov 22, 2016
There haven't been polar bears in Stanley Park for many years.
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Level 60
Nov 23, 2016
Ah I see they were removed in the 1990s. Thanks.
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Level 67
Dec 29, 2020
Capital of Newfoundland is actually St. Johns with an s at the end.