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European Geography By Letter - M

Can you guess these European geographical answers that start with the letter M?
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Last updated: December 18, 2019
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First submittedJuly 11, 2013
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Clue
Answer
England's third-largest city
Manchester
Country just north of Albania
Montenegro
Sea between Europe and Africa
Mediterranean
Major French city on that sea
Marseille
Island country in that same sea
Malta
River where France repelled
Germany in WWI
Marne
Region in northern Greece where
Alexander the Great was born
Macedonia
Capital of Belarus
Minsk
Capital of Spain
Madrid
Where Muscovites live
Moscow
Clue
Answer
Capital of Bavaria
Munich
World's most densely-populated country
Monaco
Poorest country in Europe
Moldova
Swedish city by the Øresund Bridge
Malmö
River that flows past Liverpool
Mersey
River on which Frankfurt sits
Main
Sea that separates the European and
Asian parts of Turkey
Sea of
Marmara
Famous Swiss/Italian mountain peak
Matterhorn
Industrial capital of Italy
Milan
Largest of the Balearic islands
Majorca
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Level 52
Aug 12, 2014
I missed all the rivers...
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Level 47
Aug 20, 2014
While I'm taking this quiz, the word "Mersey Side" came to my head. While I see the rest of answers, the word "Frankfurt am Main" came, too late, to my head.
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Level 76
Aug 20, 2014
I'm a girl of the '60s so thank you, Gerry Marsden, for helping me with Mersey.
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Level 79
May 18, 2016
Ferry across the...
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Level 84
Feb 28, 2017
YNWA.
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Level 77
Mar 20, 2019
I got Main because of the name Frankfurt am Main, but I didn't know Mersey (but I've heard of Merseyside)
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Level 54
Aug 20, 2014
20 out of 20! Way to go!
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Level 57
Dec 10, 2014
Good quiz. Didn't know that about Monaco.
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Level 45
Feb 8, 2015
had a few brain farts :(
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Level 84
Feb 28, 2017
I think, technically, they're called sneezes. But whatever. Works for me. :-)
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Level 48
Nov 20, 2016
I didn't get Marne!?! *facepalm*
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Level 84
Feb 28, 2017
Same for me, only without the face-palm. I'm too ignorant to fully appreciate just how ignorant you have to be for that to be completely unfamiliar. Hence, no sense of, "I should have known that!"
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Level 53
Apr 21, 2020
There are far too many rivers in that part of the world beginning with M. Moselle, Meuse, Meurthe, Marne... err... maybe just four then.
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Level 53
Apr 6, 2022
Precisely. I guessed all four of them before getting Marne.
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Level 50
Feb 27, 2017
I had no idea that Mount Cervino was called Matterhorn
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Level 59
Mar 1, 2017
mimbulus mimbletonia
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Level 45
Mar 27, 2018
I typed Malmo, but I got it wrong because I can't type umlauts.
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Level 77
Mar 20, 2019
What? Umlauts shouldn't affect the answers, for instance Mänchëstër would work for Manchester.
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Level 65
May 30, 2019
Grammar doesn’t matter on Jetpunk, for instance, in stead of typing Sáo Tomé and Pricipé, saotome will work.
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Level 56
Jun 3, 2020
São Tomé and Príncipe*

Even worse

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Level 66
Oct 22, 2019
you probably typed molma or some other spelling error. 99.9999 % will all have typed malmo, nobody got time for umlauts ;)
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Level 70
Jun 3, 2020
This quiz could almost be subtitled 'An erotic journey from Milan to Minsk'
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Level 86
Jun 3, 2020
Or better yet, Rochelle Rochelle ;)
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Level 63
Aug 11, 2021
Oh Rochelle Rochelle... what are we going to do with you?
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Level 35
Jun 3, 2020
Accept Cervino?
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Level 25
Jun 5, 2020
So, who actually knew Alexander the Great was from Macedonia, rather than incorrectly guessing that was the country north of Albania?
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Level 83
Jan 8, 2022
Considering that his father was Philip the Macedonian...
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Level 67
Jan 12, 2021
Monte Rosa could also fit the mountain clue. It's on the Swiss-Italian border, and, as the second highest mountain in the Alps, rather prominent.