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Geography by Picture - E

Based on the picture, guess these geography-themed answers starting with E.
Quiz by relessness
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Last updated: April 8, 2018
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First submittedApril 6, 2018
Times taken42,304
Average score66.7%
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country
"country"
former capital
landmark
island
country where you'd see this
mountain
European volcano
lake
city
building
U.S. national park
river
clock tower (proper name)
where sea and river waters mix
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Level 83
Apr 8, 2018
Huh, I spent so long trying to make "Berlin" begin with an "E" before I noticed the word former in the clue.
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Level 63
Apr 8, 2018
The Estonia clue also feels misleading, like it could be a body of water or a type of feature. This quiz is not testing knowledge, it's testing your ability to even get the questions, which seems unfair.
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Level 82
Apr 15, 2018
LOL
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Level 74
Apr 24, 2018
Estonia has a very distinct shape. That is pretty easy to get if you've ever seen a map of Europe.
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Level 74
Jun 17, 2020
…and looking back I'm pretty sure the comment I was responding to was sarcastic.
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Level 43
Apr 9, 2018
I can't be the only one who thought of Earth for the equator,
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Level 37
Apr 10, 2018
The sign says: "You are leaving the American sector" which means that you are in Bonn, which was in West Berlin, not

East Berlin.

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Level 82
Apr 10, 2018
1. Bonn isn't anywhere near West Berlin.

2. Once you left West Berlin, where would you be?

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Level 70
Apr 11, 2018
Bonn was in West Berlin. Seriously??
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Level 91
Apr 12, 2018
Well, technically you could leave the American sector (by going north) and be in the British sector of West Berlin.
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Level 82
Jul 19, 2018
Gassu: no. Did you mean to reply to me?

plats: yeah I guess you're right. Though you still wouldn't be anywhere near Bonn.

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Level 70
Sep 20, 2018
@kal: No I replied to divantilya. You correctly wrote that Bonn isn‘t anywhere near West Berlin.
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Level 70
Oct 24, 2018
What are you even talking about? Bonn was the capital of West Germany (although correctly known as "Germany"), about 300 kilometers away from Berlin. Ever thought of using Wikipedia?

West Berlin and West Germany are NOT the same! The capital of West-Berlin was West-Berlin!

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Level 67
Feb 8, 2023
Did they have signs saying "YOU ARE LEAVING THE AMERICAN SECTOR," when going into the British sector of Berlin. I might be wrong, but I think those signs were only when going into the Soviet sector (East Berlin).
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Level 79
Jul 19, 2018
plus, Bonn was in the British zone of occupation.
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Level 78
Jul 26, 2018
Bonn is a city of 300 000 far in the west of Germany, just south of Cologne on the Rhine, and the birth place of Ludwig van Beethoven. (just kidding, actually Bonn is the capital of Berlin, Cologne is the name of a fashion quarter in Paris, and Beethoven was born in Vienna, son to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
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Level 57
Apr 15, 2018
Nice series! I'm wondering if you have plans of going on with the following letters. I hope you don't mind but after adapting the first 5 to the italian version I have done also the F and the G

https://www.jetpunk.com/series/260797/geografia-per-immagini

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Level 51
Jul 8, 2018
lol for the Everglades I messed up... kept on typing evergreens and just gave up
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Level 55
Jul 19, 2018
lol when you miss the EU and only get it by accident when you're trying to type Euphrates
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Level 65
Jul 26, 2018
Are the clues missing from the 4th row a mistake or it's on purpose?
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Level 77
Jul 26, 2018
I thought that was odd too. I assume it's a mistake.
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Level 53
Feb 8, 2023
pretty sure its supposed to be that way
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Level 77
Jul 26, 2018
I always thought that Elizabeth Tower was called Saint Stephan's tower
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Level 71
Feb 8, 2023
Different part of the same building
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Level 63
Aug 2, 2018
There never was a city officially named East Berlin. I'm not getting deeper into that though.
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Level 78
Aug 2, 2018
I think even Walter Ulbricht‘s corpse would find that pedantic.
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Level 68
Jan 29, 2021
I think Carry has a point, and the answer bothers me somewhat, as the GDR did not consider East Berlin, but the whole of Berlin as its capital. I can't think of a good fix for this, but that doesn't mean the comment must be dismissed out of hand.
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Level 62
Jan 27, 2019
England is not a country, maybe say territory
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Level 84
Dec 7, 2019
England Tower

England Clock

Edwardian Tower

Edwardian Clock

Elizabeth... *DING!*

Oh, wow. Seriously? Sweet!!

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Level 63
Apr 12, 2021
If you don't know something about England just guess anything to do with Royalty and it will probably be correct. They are obsessed.
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Level 66
Jan 11, 2023
This rule works for the Commonwealth as well, look at Australia!

But I think it's unfair to say they're obsessed. Look at any country and they name everything after leaders. There's a whole USA state called Washington!

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Level 79
Jan 18, 2023
You're literally Scottish yourself
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Level 43
Jan 12, 2023
Why is country in quotes for England? England is absolutely a country.
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Level 79
Jan 18, 2023
They're meant to differentiate from the countries officially recognised by JetPunk.
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Level 57
Feb 8, 2023
England is not a country. It's technically called a country, but I personally don't agree with it. A country means it's an independent nation. England is not an independent country. It has the same distinction as a province/territory in Canada or a state in America. That's like saying New York is a country when we all know it isn't.
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Level 29
Feb 10, 2023
Hence the quotes. It's one of the 4 "countries" of the UK
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Level 70
Feb 8, 2023
nice quiz, I liked it!
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Level 57
Feb 8, 2023
I don't know why this quiz only got 3 stars. I personally gave it 5. I like that there's no clues on some of the questions. This adds difficulty and gets you thinking a little more. Remember, folks, imagine you're on Jeopardy and you're given a clue. They're not going to give you 100 hints before you give the answer. So same goes here. You have to guess what the answer is when only given a picture prompt.
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Level 59
Feb 8, 2023
Did anyone else think of Mount Elbrus at first after seeing ''European Volcano''
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Level 29
Feb 10, 2023
Yup
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Level 26
Feb 17, 2023
I typed 'eyrie' instead or 'erie' for the lake like 5 times. only got it because I slipped up typing it for the 6th time lol
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Level 67
Mar 28, 2023
Is it a mistake to not include clues for the fourth row? I don't hate it, but it seems like every other quiz in the series has clues for each picture. Either way, fun series!