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    Default can you name cities just by looking at the grid?

    Quiz: Can you name a city just by looking at its streets? - The Washington Post

    I got 6 out of 10 knew most of the american ones missed new orleans though missed venice i was gonna say venice but put tokyo. I'm suprised i did that well to be honest.
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    10/10.

    I am really good at geography. I stare at google maps a ton and watched a ton of the weather channel as a kid.
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    8/10

    The 2 I missed:

    Dallas/Ft Worth
    New Orleans

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    9/10. I missed Dallas/Fort Worth.

    Which makes sense, really. I like looking at maps, but I've never had any interest in Texas.

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    I have to admit I just guessed on Paris. I thought it might have been London, I had a 50/50 guess and ended up correct. If I had zoomed in I probably could have been able to distinguish the two based on the river, but I couldn't find the Seine/Thames amid the wee little picture I was looking at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
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    I have to admit I just guessed on Paris. I thought it might have been London, I had a 50/50 guess and ended up correct. If I had zoomed in I probably could have been able to distinguish the two based on the river, but I couldn't find the Seine/Thames amid the wee little picture I was looking at.
    I was torn between paris and london on that one, I chose london. this is why I don't gamble
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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    I was torn between paris and london on that one, I chose london. this is why I don't gamble
    I don't blame you. They look a lot alike from afar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    I don't blame you. They look a lot alike from afar.
    and I've never been to either
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    7 / 10

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    Your score: 9 / 10
    Dang, nice work!

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