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Amerigo Vespucci has the most square feet of the Earth's surface named in his honor, thanks to North and South America. Including water, geographical features and political entities, the person at No. 2 is Queen Victoria, who covers 1,196,410 square miles of territory, including Queensland, Victoria and the Great Victoria Desert in Australia, plus Lake Victoria, as well as Victoria Island and Victoria Strait in Canada.
What state capital covers so much ground that it borders another country?
Previous answer: There used to be an NHL team called the Colorado Rockies.
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