Figure out where in the U.S. or Canada you can find the places that we mention. It's a mental feat most take for granted, but we challenge you to succeed at sorting out some of North America's most popular geographical destinations!
The United States and Canada share weather patterns, certain water bodies, borders and Niagara Falls. But these countries possess distinct landmarks specific to their own histories and geographical attributes. For this world test, it's best to focus on the signature attributes that each country offers.
The Canadian landscape is well-known for natural wonders and lesser known for urban activity. On the other hand, Canada probably can't be outdone by the United States in the nature category, but the U.S. certainly wins big-city props. The United States has the world's most-visited urban centers. Not only do people from all over the world visit U.S. cities to see landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, but many visitors tend to stay there. At one point, Canada relaxed its immigration requirements because many Canadians were crossing the border to live in the U.S., and a worker shortage ensued.
But this fun geo challenge is not a U.S.-Canada competition. Appreciate the uniqueness that each sovereign state has to offer in just a few scrolls!