When I read the newspaper, I often mix Belfast up with Belgrade, requiring strenuous mental leaps.
Even more often, I mix the Pantheon up with the Parthenon.
Slovenia and Slovakia are a constant challenge that might not be worth it. For me. Personally.
Recently I read a poem called "Chad" about a man and his family posing for a photograph. At the end, I asked, "What does this have to do with Chad, landlocked country south of Libya, population 10 million, broad arid plains, desert in the north, lowlands in the south?"