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- (2/-1) This country's “Three Holy Mountains” are Mount Tate, Mount Haku, and Mount Fuji.
- (4/-2) In the Parable of the Good Samaritan, the traveler is journeying from this city, home to the highest peak in Israel, to Jericho, one of the country\'s lowest elevations.
- (6/-3) The highest temperature recorded in this city since it became a state capital in 1959 was 90 degrees on July 7, 1975.
- (8/-4) Nordjylland, the northernmost county on this Danish peninsula, is surprisingly warm compared to European regions of similar latitude.
- (10/0) This Smokey Mountain city, home to East Tennessee State University, was named for the President who lived in nearby Greeneville.
- (10/-5) Even though it is the largest metropolitan economy in sub-Saharan Africa, this city is less than 300 miles from the nearest wild penguins.
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