|w01||Geography||United States||In 1885, what name did Will G. Steel give to the island in "Crater Lake"?||Wizard Island|
|w02||Geography||United States||Which of the great lakes shares its name with a U. S. State?||Michigan|
|w03||Geography||United States||Which U. S. state shares the longest border with California?||Nevada (NV)|
|w04||Geography||United States||What U. S. state is nicknamed the "Buckeye State"?||Ohio|
mountains are found in which U. S. state -
Arkansas, New York or Wyoming?
|w06||Geography||United States||What New York City Park, designed by Fred Olmstead and Calvert Faux (fox) was opened in 1876?||Central Park|
|w07||Geography||United States||Although it is still called "National" by long-time flyers, what was Washington National Airport was renamed in 1998?||Ronald Reagan National Airport|
The Circus Hall
of Fame is located in the city of Sarasota,
in what U. S. State?
|w09||Geography||World||Niagara Falls is situated between which two of the Great Lakes?||Erie and Ontario|
The hat called a
"Fez", originated in the city of Fez, which, for more than 400 years, was
the capital of which African country -
Libya or Morocco?
|w11||Geography||World||The Red Sea is a geographical separation of what two (2) continents?||Africa and Asia|
country celebrates its national holiday on July 14th?
(What do they call the day?)
|w13||Geography||World||What is the better known name of the city "River of January"?||Rio de Janeiro|
Coast" is the a coastal area of which continent -
Africa, Asia, or South America?
(West coast of Africa - primarily Liberia)
Valley, a fertile land irrigated by the Litany river, is the largest
agricultural area in what country -
Bulgaria, Iraq, or Lebanon?