Port Louis. The Arabs originally named Mauritius, Dina Harobi.
Cornwall. Somerset and Cheshire are two counties in England.
England. Stonehenge is located in the English county of Wiltshire.
Tbilisi. Batumi is located on the coast of the Black Sea.
Summer. In Australia, the summer lasts from December to February.
Canada. Canada is the second largest land mass country in the world, just behind Russia.
Yucca Valley. Yucca Valley, California, is a sleepy town in San Bernardino County, between the San Bernardino Mountains and Joshua Tree National Park.
Adriatic Sea. Croatia and Slovenia were parts of Austria-Hungary before being included in Yugoslavia.
Maine. In 1641, York, Maine, became the first chartered U.S. town.
Bounded By Water On At Least Three Sides. A piece of land bounded on three sides makes a peninsula. A peninsula does not make a continent.
195,347. Shenandoah National Park was created by an act of Congress in 1926 and the park was dedicated by President Franklin Roosevelt in 1936.
Saudi Arabia. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia is dry and hot, it receives about four inches (102mm) of rain a year.
Japan. Shabu-Shabu is a Japanese dish made from meat and vegetables.
Addis Ababa. Coffee originated in Ethiopia.
Wellington. Wellington, New Zealand has the southernmost point of latitude, at 41 degrees South.
Africa. Located in Northwestern Africa, the Atlas Mountains are isolated mountains.
New York City. The land for U.N. was donated by the Rockefeller family.
Berlin. Checkpoint Charlie was active for 27 years.
New Mexico. Idaho's panhandle is to the North.
Catalonia. Barcelona is home to the culturally proud Catalans.