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Geographic Alphabet Quiz- China

Based on the description provided and the starting letter for each answer, can you identify of the state, city, geographic feature, etc, located in the China?
For purposes of this quiz, China refers to mainland China and/or adjacent territories administered by the People's Republic of China, including Hong Kong and Macau; Taiwan is not included.
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Last updated: May 14, 2020
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Description
Starting Letter
Answer
Mountain range in east-central Asia, where Russia, China, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan come together
A
Altai Mountains
Capital city of China, located in northern China, it is the world's most populous capital cities, formerly known a Pekin
B
Beijing
Mega-city in southwest China, 1 of the 4 municipalities under the direct administration of China's central government, it is a major manufacturing and transportation center
C
Chongqing
Second largest and major port city in Liaoning province, located on the southern tip of Liaodong peninsula, formerly known as Port Aurthur, under Russian control 1895-1905
D
Dalian
Highest mountain in China and in the world, in the Himalayas, on the border between China and Nepal
E
Mount Everest
Large palace complex in central Beijing, it was the Chinese imperial palace and the ceremonial and political center of the Chinese government between 1420 and 1924
F
Forbidden City
World's fifth largest desert, on the border regions of northern China and southern Mongolia
G
Gobi Desert
Largest and most populous island in China (excluding Taiwan), also the smallest and southernmost province of China
H
Hainan
Mongolic autonomous region of China, it borders Mongolia to the north and west, it is the third largest subdivision in China
I
Inner Mongolia
One of the three provinces of Northeast China, it borders North Korea and Russia to the east, Koreans comprise about 4% of the population
J
Jilin
Capital and largest city of Yunnan province, in southwestern China, its economic importance derives from its geographical position near the border with Southeast Asia
K
Kunming
Capital and largest city of the Tibet Autonomous Region, on the Tibetan Plateau, it is one of the highest cities in the world, it contains many culturally significant Buddhist sites
L
Lhasa
City on the South China Sea, an special administrative region of China, a former Portuguese colony, it is a major resort city and the top destination for gambling tourism
M
Macau
Capital of Jiangsu province, the second largest city in the East China region, former Chinese capital city, its name means "Southern Capital"
N
Nanjing
Plateau enclosed by a large rectangular bend of the Yellow River in northern China, the Great Wall of China cuts across the center, home to a desert of the same name
O
Ordos
Extensive river system in southern China, its delta is one of the most densely urbanized regions in the world, home to various large cities: Guangzhou, Shezhen, Hong Kong, etc
P
Pearl River
Landlocked province in northwest China, one of the largest provinces by area, it is located mostly on the Tibetan Plateau, its capital and largest city is Xining
Q
Qinghai
River that flows from Yunnan in southwest China through northern Vietnam, emptying into the South China Sea, named after the heavily silt-laden color of its waters
R
Red River
Peninsula in eastern China, between the Bohai Sea to the north and the Yellow Sea to the south, located in a coastal province bearing the same name
S
Shandong
Gulf located off the coast of northern Vietnam and south China, a northern arm of the South China Sea, it gained notoriety during the Vietnam War
T
Gulf of Tonkin
Capital of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, in China's far northwest, it is the most populous city in Central Asia, and the most remote city from any sea in the world
U
Ürümqi
Harbor separating Hong Kong Island from the Kowloon Peninsula, its strategic location was instrumental in Hong Kong's establishment as a British colony, named after a 19th-century British queen
V
Victoria Harbour
Most populous city in central China, capital of the Hubei Province, it is a major transportation hub, it gained notoriety during the 2019-2020 coronavirus pandemic
W
Wuhan
Capital of Shaanxi Province, in northwest China, one of the oldest cities in China and one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals, home to the Terracotta Army of Emperor Qin Shi Huang
X
Xi'an
Longest river in China and Asia, the third-longest river in the world, it rises in the Tibetan Plateau and empties into the East China Sea, played a major role in the history, culture and economy of China
Y
Yangtze
Capital and largest city of Henan Province, in central China, on the southern bank of the Yellow River, it is a major hub of China's national transportation network
Z
Zhengzhou
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