Ultimate "New" Geography Quiz

Can you name these geographical answers whose names starts in any of these: new, nuevo, nova, novi, nea, novo, neu, nouvelle, nuevo or nueva?
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Last updated: October 20, 2021
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Where the Yankees are based
New York City
Former name of the above
Nieuw Amsterdam
"Aotearoa" is its Māori name
New Zealand
Capital of India
New Delhi
City abbreviated to "NOLA"
New Orleans
Australia's "First State"
New South Wales
Borders Texas to the west
New Mexico
English city on the Tyne
What Abel Tasman named Australia
New Holland
Trenton is its capital
New Jersey
Biggest city of the above
Biggest of Hong Kong's three
main regions
New Territories
U.S. region with six states
New England
State in that region
New Hampshire
French territory in the Pacific
New Caledonia
What Constantine the Great
named Byzantium
New Rome
Most famous German castle
Halifax is its capital
Nova Scotia
Yale University locale
New Haven
Canadian neighbour of Maine
New Brunswick
Serbia's second biggest city
Novi Sad
Special municipality and
the most populous city in Taiwan
New Taipei City
French region of Bordeaux
West Virginian national park
New River Gorge
Russian archipelago home to the
easternmost point of Europe
Novaya Zemlya
Inhabited by the Papuans
New Guinea
Major islands east of the above
that start with "New"
New Britain
New Ireland
Third-largest city in Wales
Word synonymous with the Americas
New World
Northern Ireland's 4th-biggest city
Labrador's Canadian counter-part
Colonial name of Vanuatu
New Hebrides
Boston suburb named for a scientist
Kingdom that Colombia was part
of until independence
New Granada
"Nizhny" or "Veliky", e.g.
Naples's name in antiquity
Massachusetts's "Whaling City".
Primary setting of "Moby-Dick"
New Bedford
National park in southern England
New Forest
Russian for "New Siberian"
Mexican state of Monterrey
Nuevo León
Portugal's 3rd-biggest city, starts
with "Vila". Located south of Porto
Nova de Gaia
Bahamas' most populous island
New Providence
Egypt's largest subdivision
New Valley
Largest Russian port on Black Sea
Mexican city on the Texan border
Nuevo Laredo
Former Nordic colony in Delaware
New Sweden
Quebec City was its capital till 1763
New France
Largest lake entirely in Switzerland
Smallest Venezuelan state.
Named for an ancient Greek city
Nueva Esparta
Level 71
Mar 1, 2019
Usually Jetpunk quizzes of this type don't require you to type in "new". Also, "Most densely populated U.S." what?
Level 78
Mar 1, 2019
I read that clue as "Most densely populated United State"
Level 37
Mar 1, 2019
Ditto on the requirement of "new"; it's already in the question, why the need to repeat it? - Also, you refused to accept New Holland for the original name of Australia.
Level 65
May 21, 2021
New Taipei isn't a Region.

It's a city!

Level 73
Mar 28, 2023
My interesting fact for this quiz was 'Naples is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Its original name was Neápolis, meaning "new city".' Interesting indeed.
Level 81
Mar 20, 2024
A bit of a quibble on the Boston suburb one:

Newton MA isn't named for a scientist. It may have the same name as one, but it literally derives from "Newe Towne" (which was what it was originally called before it became Newtown, and finally Newton).

Can I suggest rewording that clue to indicate, perhaps, that it is a "Boston suburb that is the namesake of a scientist"? 😊

Level 61
Mar 20, 2024
Please accept Vila Nova de Gaia, I was really confused when it wasn't accepting it
Level 60
Mar 21, 2024
This is a bit pedantic but Nieuw Amsterdam and Novgorod don't start with any of the phrases in the description.