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Midwest States - Which City is Closest?
USA - Specific Regions
"This quiz will list four cities from one Midwestern state. The question will deal with which city is closest to the state or landmark listed in the question. Best of luck."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
Which of these Illinois cities is closest to the Missouri border?
Which of the following four Indiana cities is closest to the Ohio River?
The four answers listed are cities from the state of Iowa. If you could pick any location from Nebraska to reach one of them, which city would you reach first?
Of the four Kansas cities listed, which one would you reach first when traveling from Oklahoma?
Of these Michigan cities, which is closest to Lake Michigan?
Which of these four cities in Minnesota is closest to Lake Superior?
Name the Missouri city that is closest to the Ozark Mountains.
If you traveled directly from Colorado, which of these four Nebraska cities would you come to first?
When going from Canada across the border into North Dakota, which of these four North Dakota cities would you come to first?
Ohio is fronted on most of its northern border by Lake Erie. If you picked your starting point from the lake, which of these four Ohio cities could you reach first?
If you are traveling from Iowa, which of the following South Dakota cities would you come to first?
If you start in Iowa, which of these four Wisconsin cities would you reach first?
Now looking at the twelve Midwestern states as a whole, which of these non-Midwestern states can you reach directly from one of the borders of the Midwest?
If we are in Chicago and want to visit these four Midwestern landmarks, which one would we reach first?
The Mall of America
The Gateway Arch
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Expanding now to Canada, which of these Midwestern states could you reach first, essentially being able to step over the USA/Canada border?
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