I knew that the Antarctic volcano and the tallest European mountain had similar names, and I managed the latter but just couldn't come up with the former. So close. On the plus side, I accidentally got the answer to one of the other questions while trying to guess the Antarctic one.
Also, thanks for the lenient spelling on the Indonesian volcano. I transposed a couple letters but lucky for me it was still accepted.
For example: Most active volcano in Antarctica and the sight of a major plane crash in 1979?
1) A few more type ins for the likes of Monserrat and Mont Saint -Michel would be nice. Also, some consistency on whether we need to type the “M” word every time. I got Ararat without it, but not Thor.
2) That is very American centric. Virtually half the second column are questions on America.
Those of us non Americans on here are hardly going to know where two of your presidents where born. Can you tell me where any British PM, was born? Or a French/German President!?
Ditto some of the tallest mountains in various states, and to be fair, in San Marino etc. Too obscure.
Ohh and you could add Table Mountain in South Africa, it’s very well known.
Just because you don't know or care about anything outside your immediate environs doesn't mean other people don't.
- 15 of the questions are about the USA.
But even if you say it's just a part of Mont Blanc...
Monte Rosa is not a mountain, but a mountain massif. The highest mountain in this massif and the 2nd highest in the Alps is Dufourspitze.
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