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#GeoawesomeQuiz 24 – Can you recognise a city based on its tweet map?

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Sometime ago we wrote about an amazing map of all tweets ever tweeted by Eric Fischer from Mapbox. We took Eric’s map and made for you the coolest quiz ever – The tweet map challenge. Your task is to recognise a city based on its tweet map.

Have fun! Remember to share your score with the world! And to check out our other GeoawesomeQuizzes!


THE TWEET MAP CHALLENGE

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All maps are screenshots from Tweet map by Eric Fischer of Mapbox.


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Google Maps added new transit mode in UK „Travel by dragon”.

If you happen to be travelling from Snowdon to Brecon Beacons in Great Britain you’ll find a new mean of public transit…

Google maps suggest you that it would either take you about 3 and a half hours to drive or 32 minutes… by dragon. Just hop onto one of the mythical creatures at Snowdonia Dragon Station, and enjoy the ride.

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Another interesting route can be found along the Loch Ness between Fort Augustus and Urquhart Castle in the Scotland. Here you can either take a bus, which will take you 33 minutes, or the Loch Ness Monster a 22 minute ride.

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Other noteworthy routes will get you from Buckingham Palace to Windsor Castle by “royal carriage” by “punt” in Oxford and Cambridge.

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