Clues for: Around The World

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One of the 2 South American members of OPEC Venezuela (or Ecuador) 200 July 18, 2013
One of the 2 South American members of OPEC Venezuela (or Ecuador) 200 July 18, 2013
Natural barriers like rivers, mountain ridges, even ditches and moats make up one quarter of the length of this landmark The Great Wall of China 400 July 18, 2013
Natural barriers like rivers, mountain ridges, even ditches and moats make up one quarter of the length of this landmark The Great Wall of China 400 July 18, 2013
Corinth is at the northern edge of this peninsula making up southern Greece the Peloponnesian Peninsula 600 July 18, 2013
Corinth is at the northern edge of this peninsula making up southern Greece the Peloponnesian Peninsula 600 July 18, 2013
Home to 140 million people, the island of Java is part of this country Indonesia 800 July 18, 2013
Home to 140 million people, the island of Java is part of this country Indonesia 800 July 18, 2013
This city on the Indian Ocean is "D" chief seaport of South Africa Durban 1000 July 18, 2013
This city on the Indian Ocean is "D" chief seaport of South Africa Durban 1000 July 18, 2013
This desert covers much of the African country of Mali the Sahara 200 August 3, 2012
This desert covers much of the African country of Mali the Sahara 200 August 3, 2012
It's the only country Portugal borders Spain 400 August 3, 2012
It's the only country Portugal borders Spain 400 August 3, 2012
Cities in this country include Chennai & Mumbai, formerly Madras & Bombay India 800 August 3, 2012
Cities in this country include Chennai & Mumbai, formerly Madras & Bombay India 800 August 3, 2012
The 224-mile-long Shannon River flows through this country Ireland 1000 August 3, 2012
The 224-mile-long Shannon River flows through this country Ireland 1000 August 3, 2012
From about 60 miles away, Mount Fuji towers over this capital city Tokyo August 3, 2012
From about 60 miles away, Mount Fuji towers over this capital city Tokyo August 3, 2012
The "Bird's Nest" in this city won architecture's Lubetkin Prize Beijing 200 April 5, 2010
What happens in this city, seen here, stays in this city seen here Las Vegas 400 April 5, 2010
The gargoyle stands guard on this cathedral on Paris' Île de la Cité Notre Dame 600 April 5, 2010
The International Olympic Committee gave the 11 million people of this Brazilian city yet another reason to celebrate in 2009 Rio de Janeiro 800 April 5, 2010
It's the Great Lake seen here on a lovely night Lake Michigan 1000 April 5, 2010
The youngest person to climb it was 15-year-old Temba Tseri on May 22, 2001 Mount Everest 200 February 24, 2009
It begins in Lake Itasca in Minnesota & ends in the Gulf of Mexico the Mississippi River 400 February 24, 2009
The first person known to be born on this continent was Emilio Palma in 1978 Antarctica 800 February 24, 2009
The country with the most volcanoes is this nation that felt a huge eruption in 1883 Indonesia 1000 February 24, 2009
This Southern Hemisphere nation was named after a southwestern province of the Netherlands New Zealand February 24, 2009
After it gained its independence, Belarus adopted its own version of this basic currency the ruble 200 May 5, 2008
Hey mon! Blue Mountain Peak is the highest point in this island country Jamaica 400 May 5, 2008
Paris Opera House architect Charles Garnier also designed the world-famous casino in this town Monte Carlo 600 May 5, 2008
Thredbo & Perisher Blue are popular ski resorts in these aptly named Australian mountains the Snowy Mountains 800 May 5, 2008
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew indicates a map on the monitor.) The waterway that separates South America from Antarctica is known as this passage, for an explorer who may have navigated it in 1578 the Drake Passage May 5, 2008
If you've got a week to spare, you can see much of this 6.6 million sq. mi. country via the Trans-Siberian Railway Russia 200 February 15, 2007
The famous landmark seen here is in this city Pisa 400 February 15, 2007
This second-largest city of Egypt is named for the "great" king who founded it; you can look it up in the library Alexandria 600 February 15, 2007
On newer maps of India, Calcutta is now Kolkata & this largest city is Mumbai Bombay 800 February 15, 2007
A famous banking street in London & a crooked street in San Francisco share this name Lombard Street 1000 February 15, 2007
The province of Zeeland in southwest Holland lent its name to this country in the South Pacific New Zealand 200 January 10, 2003
Although this South American country is about 2,650 miles long, its average width is less than 110 miles Chile 400 January 10, 2003
The Gulfs of Aqaba & Suez border this Egyptian peninsula the Sinai Peninsula 800 January 10, 2003
This Iraqi capital was founded on the western bank of the Tigris River in 762 A.D. by the Abbasid Caliph Al-Mansur Baghdad 1000 January 10, 2003
This mountain range, whose name means "abode of snow" in Sanskrit, has more than 30 peaks towering above 25,000 feet the Himalayas January 10, 2003
When remeasured in 1999, this highest mountain was found to have grown by 7 feet Mount Everest 100 February 14, 2000
Most of this small British dependency on ths Spanish coast is dominated by a big "rock" Gibraltar 200 February 14, 2000
For safety reasons this landmark seen here was closed to the public in 1990: Leaning Tower of Pisa 300 February 14, 2000
Argentina, Bolivia & Brazil could say to this small country, "Halt, we've got you surrounded!" Paraguay 500 February 14, 2000
Vatnajokull, the largest glacier in this country, covers some 3,200 square miles Iceland February 14, 2000
Boomtown 1910 is a recreated frontier street at a museum in Saskatoon in this Canadian province Saskatchewan 100 June 16, 1999
The Efik people of this continent are closely related to the Ibibio Africa 200 June 16, 1999
Costa Rica's name translates to this in English "Rich Coast" 300 June 16, 1999
This Scandinavian country is quite flat: its highest point, Yding Skovhoj, is just 568 feet high Denmark 400 June 16, 1999
If you're a native Maldivian, you hail from an island country in this ocean Indian Ocean 500 June 16, 1999
Locally, this world capital is spelled W-I-E-N Vienna 100 April 21, 1999
The strategic importance of the Black Sea is not lost on this country that occupies its southern rim Turkey 200 April 21, 1999
You'll find Reindeer Lake covering over 2,400 square miles in this country Canada 300 April 21, 1999
Located in the southwestern part of the continent, it's the second-largest desert in Africa Kalahari 400 April 21, 1999
Ukraine, Germany & the Baltic Sea all border this country Poland 500 April 21, 1999
Any Scottish one over 3,000' is called a Munro, for the man who made a list of them in 1891 mountain 100 March 29, 1999
You'll find Greece's Parliament building on Syntagma Square in this capital Athens 100 June 9, 1998
The name of this South African province means "across the Vaal" -- the Vaal River, that is Transvaal 200 June 9, 1998
This country's Cathedral of Leon is named for its soaring spires & stained glass windows Spain 300 June 9, 1998
The Canterbury Plains, this country's largest flatland area, lies on South Island New Zealand 400 June 9, 1998
This unit of currency of the Cayman Islands is divided into 100 cents; makes sense to us Cayman Islands Dollar 500 June 9, 1998
It wasn't until 1954, the year after it was first scaled, that a survey set it at 29,028 feet Mount Everest 100 April 24, 1998
Small ships can travel from this river's mouth 2,300 miles upstream to Iquitos, Peru Amazon 200 April 24, 1998
It's 8 stories high, cylindrical in shape & about 14 feet off the perpendicular Leaning Tower of Pisa 300 April 24, 1998
Anything but boring are the Northern Lights, also known by this Latin name Aurora Borealis 400 April 24, 1998
1,250-mile-long wonder seen here: Great Barrier Reef 500 April 24, 1998
As its name indicates, Ecuador's lowland El Oriente lies on this side of the Andes Eastern 100 March 5, 1998
This country's islands of Palawan & Mindanao lie in the Sulu Sea Philippines 200 March 5, 1998
Until 1841 present-day Quebec was Lower Canada & this present-day province was Upper Canada Ontario 300 March 5, 1998
This country could call itself the land of 60,000 lakes including Puulavesi & Saimaa Finland 400 March 5, 1998
Dark Mount Lovcen gave this Yugoslav republic its name, meaning "Black Mountain" Montenegro March 5, 1998
Bandung, this country's 3rd-largest city, is the capital of the province of West Java Indonesia 100 January 6, 1998
Some visitors to this French Canadian province enjoy rafting on the Jacques Cartier River Quebec 200 January 6, 1998
If you're a native Capetonian, you were born in this country South Africa 300 January 6, 1998
"Amar Sonar Bangla (My Golden Bengal)" is the national anthem of this country on the Bay of Bengal Bangladesh 400 January 6, 1998
Kyrenia, whose Turkish name is Girne, is a seaport & resort city on the Turkish part of this island Cyprus 500 January 6, 1998
He "discovered" the island of Saint-Barthelemy in 1493 & named it for his brother, Bartholomeo Christopher Columbus 100 May 23, 1997
"Disney's Fantillusion!", a spectacular musical parade, debuted in this Asian city's Disneyland in 1995 Tokyo 200 May 23, 1997
Bulgaria's is "Mila Rodino", which means "Dear Homeland" National anthem 300 May 23, 1997
Peru is almost twice as big as this second-largest U.S. state Texas 400 May 23, 1997
Now in ruins, the temple complex of Angkor Thom in this country was built by Khmer ruler Jayavarman VII Cambodia (Kampuchea) May 23, 1997
Some visitors to Kotzebue in this U.S. state dine on reindeer stew, a local specialty Alaska 100 September 13, 1996
Noted for its aboriginal art, the Art Gallery of New South Wales is in this capital of New South Wales Sydney 200 September 13, 1996
Cape Verde, an island country in this ocean, is about 400 miles from Dakar, Senegal Atlantic 300 September 13, 1996
The Cueca is a flirtatious courtship dance from this narrow country that borders Argentina Chile 400 September 13, 1996
The Kenyatta Conference Centre is one of this capital city's architectural landmarks Nairobi 500 September 13, 1996
The name of these South American mountains may be derived from anti, a Quechuan word for "east" Andes 100 January 18, 1996
Women of India often drape the end of this wrapped garment over their heads sari 200 January 18, 1996
Almost all Bedouins in the Middle East speak this language Arabic 300 January 18, 1996
This grain is Laos' chief agricultural product Rice 400 January 18, 1996
Queen's University, 1 of the 2 universities in Northern Ireland, is in this capital city Belfast 500 January 18, 1996
Luxembourg's is "Uns Heimat", which means "Our Homeland" National Anthem 100 November 29, 1993
"Nyandete", whose name is Guarani for "spider web", is a type of this delicate open-work fabric made in Paraguay Lace 200 November 29, 1993
You'll find the original Hard Rock Cafe on Old Park Lane in this capital city London 300 November 29, 1993
Greenland has two official languages: Greenlandic & this Danish 400 November 29, 1993
Island country whose capital, Valletta, is named for a grandmaster who led the knights in 1565 Malta November 29, 1993
The national anthem of this small country is "Innu Malti" Malta 100 July 6, 1993
The cross of St. George on Manitoba's flag symbolizes its ties with this country Great Britain 200 July 6, 1993
Prince Henry the Navigator's tomb is in the church of Santa Maria da Vitoria in Batalha in this country Portugal 300 July 6, 1993
The ballet "Apollo" is set on Delos, an island in this sea the Aegean 400 July 6, 1993
The Bayeux Tapestry is on display in this country's Museum of Queen Matilda France 500 July 6, 1993
Classes at the University of Quebec are taught in this language, Quebec's official one French 100 May 28, 1992
Anguilla & Antigua are in this sea the Caribbean 200 May 28, 1992
It's believed that Cadiz, a city in this country, was once Gadir, a Phoenician settlement Spain 300 May 28, 1992
Most gem-quality topaz is mined in this South American country Brazil 400 May 28, 1992
It's Hawaii's "Pineapple Island" though it could be called the "Patio Island" Lanai 500 May 28, 1992