A. Washington State and the Seattle Space Needle
A. Maine and Georgia
A. North Carolina
A: The United States leads the world in cheese production followed by Germany and then France.
China has been the world’s largest gold producer since 2007. Before that, it was South Africa.
A: Brazil currently leads the world in coffee bean production followed by Vietnam and then Cambodia.
A: Most of today’s diamonds are now mined in Russia.
A: This landmark is located in Brazil
A: The Great Buddha can be found in Phuket, Thailand.
A: These Mayan ruins can be found in the Yucatan Peninsular of Mexico.
A: This Greek ruin is part of the Acropolis in Athens, Greece.
A: This famous castle is found in the Southern area of Bavaria in Germany.
A: The Uluru Rock (or Ayers Rock) is a huge sandstone monolith found in Australia.
A: Machu Picchu is located high in the Andes Mountains of Peru.
A: Niagara Falls is actually three waters falls that span across the boarder of New York state in the USA and Ontario, Canada.
A: The Angor Wat, located in Cambodia was built in the 12th century by the Khmer Empire.
A: These cliffs stretch for 8 miles in Southeast England.
A. The Suez Canal cuts thru Egypt, connecting the Mediterranean and the Red Sea.
A. The Galapagos Islands are a part of Ecuador.
A. Spain is a parliamentary monarchy with a King as head state.
A. China has a population of 1,397,897,720 people beating out India who has 1,339,330,514 people
A. Norway is a Scandinavian country to the north of Germany.
A. Singapore is an island off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula.
A. Russia is the largest country in the world, with 10.995% of the worlds land mass.
A. Brazil produces nearly 1/3 of the world coffee.
A. Greenland is an autonomous territory within the Kingdom of Denmark.
A: India produces the most bananas, followed by China.
A: The United States is the world’s leading producer of oil, followed by Russia and then Saudi Arabia.
A: Italy is the worlds largest producer of wine, followed by Spain & then France.
A: The Netherlands grow the vast majority of the worlds tulips.
A: Most of the worlds sugar supply is now produced in Brazil.