Ultimate Colorful Geography Quiz

Can you name these geographical answers whose English names has a color in it?
Quiz by Aaron197
Last updated: October 20, 2021
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Famous San Francisco bridge
Golden Gate
What the Crimea juts into
Black Sea
River whose white counterpart
meet in Khartoum
Blue Nile
Where the U.S. President lives
White House
National park in California
Region in Southwest Germany
Black Forest
The world's first National Park
What Dover is famous for
White Cliffs
Seaside English town
north of Liverpool
Mountain range that surrounds
Sydney metropolitan area
Blue Mountains
Inlet that cuts through Istanbul
Golden Horn
District of Amsterdam
Red Light
Major city in Wisconsin
Green Bay
Street of government offices
in London
"Sultan Ahmet Camii"
Blue Mosque
Northwest Territories capital
Formerly known as
Rhode Island College
Brown University
New Mexico dunes area
White Sands
Southernmost city in Texas
Largest building in Egypt's
Dahshur necropolis
Red Pyramid
White city north of NYC
White Plains
It lies between South Africa
and Namibia
Orange River
Literal translation for Belarus
White Russia
Unofficial nickname of Alabama
Nickname of India's Jaipur
Pink City
World's largest island
Plaza near the Kremlin
Red Square
Area in South Dakota that
had a gold rush
Black Hills
Former name of Ghana
Gold Coast
London locale that sits on
the Prime Meridian
Region in northeastern Kentucky
or its nickname
Anaheim is its capital
Orange County
International area of Baghdad
Green Zone
Capital of the Yukon Territory
Part of the Appalachians
Mount Mitchell is located in
Blue Ridge
Holiest site in Sikhism
Golden Temple
Highly urbanized region of
Southern Ontario
Major "black" city in
western Virginia
North Carolina's 3rd-biggest city
National park in Colorado
Black Canyon
of the Gunnison
Major census-designated place
in western Maryland
Silver Spring
Most common British pub name
Red Lion
Principal Asian areas of
illicit opium production
Golden Crescent
Golden Triangle
Etymology of a West African
island nation
Green Cape
Delhi's most famous tourist attraction
Red Fort
City in Alberta named for an animal
Red Deer
Only city in Nicaragua
that prominently speaks English
Level 75
Mar 24, 2021
Consider 'Golden State' for the Anaheim clue. Not as specific as Orange County but still correct. Nice quiz!
Level 60
Jun 28, 2021
I don't think counties have capitals. I have only heard of "county seats" but maybe I am wrong. Pertaining to the Anaheim question.
Level 64
Mar 8, 2022
Nice quiz idea! I liked seeing Jaipur there; maybe add Jodhpur and Jaiselmer as the other two colour-nicknamed cities in the triangle?
Level 67
Apr 25, 2023
As a resident of Kentucky for over 40 years, the Bluegrass region is in the central part of the state, not the northeast.
Level 91
May 12, 2023
For the love of all things good, can you please remove "Western" from the Maryland question? Silver Spring is smack-dab in the middle of Maryland and by no common measure does it fall in Western Maryland. The Western Maryland region consists of the three westernmost counties of Washington, Allegany & Garrett. Anyone from the Baltimore/Washington area would likely throw Frederick County into that mix, but Silver Spring is located in Montgomery County which falls wholly in Central Maryland.