Today, you’re going to use Google Earth and Where in the World?, a geography puzzle constructed by The Atlantic. The puzzle is based on Google Earth satellite imagery.
There are two puzzles in the series. The easier, though still difficult, of the two is this one that presents an image and three answer choices.
Record your score as a comment to this post.
Once you’ve found the answers, do a little research about one of the places in the puzzle and post it on your blog.
If you have time, try this one that does not offer multiple answer choices but does offer some very obscure clues.
HERE is a sample from one of my students last year on a post.
Credit:Google Earth Blog