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Regions Challenge

Challenge yourself to see how well you know the regions.

Tidewater RegionRegion that is located along the coast.
Piedmont RegionRegion that contains rolling hills and river rapids.
Ridge and Valley RegionRegion containing major mountains
Allegheny Plateau RegionThe smallest region located in the southwestern part of Virginia.
CoalThe main mineral found in the Allegheny Plateau
Hampton RoadsRivers empty into this wide-mouthed harbor and is considered a "highway" of the sea.
RichmondCapitol of Virginia
HerndonWhere Dranesville Elementary School is located
Eastern ShorePeninsula located east of the Chesapeake River
Fishing, shipping, and tourismPrimary economy/manufacturing in the Tidewater Region
Fall LineThis separates the Piedmont from the Tidwater--the land rises sharply here.
The Great Dismal SwampWetlands located in the southeast corner of Virginia
Hydroelectric PowerEnergy made by using the forc of rushing water.
Appalachian MountainsA huge group of mountains that stretch from Canada to Alabama.
AlleghenyBlue Ridge MountainsThe Appalachian Mountains are made up of these mountains.
Norfolk, Hampton, YorktownCities along the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay
Harrisonburg & WinchesterCities in the Shenandoah Valley
Apples and LumberMajor products of the Ridge & Valley
Maryland, Kentucky, W. Virginia, Tennessee & N. CarolinaBorder states of Virginia
Chesapeake BayBody of water into which the four main riviers flow
James, Potomac, Rappahannock, York Roanoke, Clinch, & NewMajor rivers in Virginia

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