Geography

This deck contains 199 (aka almost all) countries of the world as country-name/country-outline-on-a-map pairs. The front of the card shows country name and an empty map of a larger geographic region, the back of the card shows the country marked in red, but without the country name. So the cards can be used front-to-back ("Where is this country?") and back-to-front ("Name that country!").

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The nations of the world and their capitals, as reported by Wikipedia on July 6th, 2013.

Cards for learning the 50 states of the USA.

Cards for learning the countries of Europe. Note that some of the nations are not included due to the small size of the nations. I you want all nations, Vatican etc use the excellent script by Timothy Bourke to generate new cards. I added the country codes to the answers since I wanted to learn them as well.

Cards for learning the countries of Africa.

* Most of the smaller island nations and territories are not included.
* Only one of the Sao Tome & Principe islands is highlighted due to
limitations in the svgtoquiz script.

A collection of 30 countries and islands in the Americas.

A collection of 67 countries, islands, and archipelagos. I've included virtually everything that might be considered a part of Asia or the Middle East, and went so far as to toss in Australia (since hey, it's just one item anyway).

Some less-obvious features:

- Japan is split up into its four major islands
- Arctic islands and archipelagos are included

A collection of every province, plus many major islands, of Canada. I've included a lot of stuff here, so feel free to delete anything you don't wish to memorize!

These maps only consider Metropolitan France and Corsica, i.e. they do not include Guyane, Guadeloupe, Martinique, or Réunion.

Names are in French. Some of the French regions have different names in English:

Bourgogne (Burgundy)
Bretagne (Brittany)
Basse-Normandie (Lower Normandy)
Haute-Normandie (Upper Normandy)
Picardie (Picardy)

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