Think you can circumnavigate these world geography questions? Even if you can't spell Kyrgyzstan on the first try, give it a shot. It's a great big world out there.
New Caledonia It is located in the region of Melanesia in the southwest Pacific. It comprises a main island (Grande Terre), the Loyalty Islands, and several smaller islands. It is approximately half the size of Taiwan and the capital and largest city of the territory is NoumEa
The Grand Canal in China
The volcano whose 2010 eruption caused the ash cloud over Europe
Mount Kilimanjaro Furtwangler Glacier is a small remnant of an enormous icecap which once crowned the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. This icecap has retreated significantly over the past century and between 1912 and the 2000, 82 percent of the glacial ice on the mountain has disappeared. The retreat of glacial ice on the summit is expected to continue and by the year 2020, all the glaciers on top of the mountain may be gone
Antarctica and Australia.
Cairo, Egypt It was the focal point of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution against former president Hosni Mubarak. After the Egyptian Revolution of 1919 the square became widely known as Tahrir (Liberation) Square, but the square was not officially renamed until the Egyptian Revolution of 1952, which changed Egypt from a constitutional monarchy into a republic.
Israel and Jordon
Spain it’s on Tenerife
Valley of the Kings
Wellington (New Zealand)
Port au Prince Haiti