Wisconsin. Wisconsin is well-known for its cheese production.
Delaware. Delaware's nickname the "Blue Hen State" is derived from popular fighting gamecocks.
Massachusetts. Buzzards Bay is approximately 28 miles long by 8 miles wide and is a popular fishing, boating, and tourism site.
Birmingham. Birmingham because it has the same type of industry as Pittsburgh.
Kara Kum Desert. Kara Kum Desert, Is one of Asia's largest deserts.
Dargo, V.. Dargo, Victoria is famous for its walnuts and it supplies over ten percent of the Victorian market.
Pangea. The name Pangea comes from a Greek word for "all the Earth."
Sixth Avenue. New York Mayor Fiorello La Guardia officially changed the name of Sixth Avenue to Avenue of the Americas in 1945.
Guadalcanal. The Solomon Islands, including Guadalcanal, is an independent Commonwealth nation.
Germany. Humboldt University of Berlin was founded in 1810.
Bratislava. An industrial port situated on the river Danube, Bratislava was the capital of Hungary between 1526 and 1784.
Golden Poppy. About 35% of California's total surface area is covered by forest.
Baghdad. Together with the walls of Babylon, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon are considered to be one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
Approximately 450,000. Macau became part of China in 1999 under a principle of "one country, two systems" which allowed it much autonomy.
Southeast Asia. The Golden Triangle, along with the Golden Crescent in the Middle East, produces a significant percentage of the world's opium.
Budapest, Hungary. Buda and Pest are two cities on the opposite sides of the river.
Bhutan. Thimpu is the capital of the Kingdom of Bhutan, a tiny country in the Himalayas.
Lester Maddox. Lester Maddox burst through a paper wall while riding on the hood of a convertible to open Atlanta's perimeter highway.
Rabat. Morocco is south of Spain and controls part of the Strait of Gibraltar connecting the Mediterranean to the Atlantic.
Vermont. "Green Mountain State" is written on Vermont license plates.