How well do you know Metro Detroit?

See if you know the answers to these clues about places in and around Detroit, Michigan!
Quiz by AmericasHighFive
Last updated: October 2, 2014
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First submittedSeptember 30, 2014
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City in which the NBA's Detroit Pistons play their home games:
Auburn Hills
Group of suburban cities which feature "Farms", "Woods", "Shores" and "Park":
Grosse Pointe
City in which you can find Detroit Catholic Central High School:
This affluent neighborhood, located northeast of Downtown, is bordered to the north by Mack Avenue, to the south by Jefferson Avenue and encompasses Burns Avenue, Seminole Street and Iroqouois Street:
Indian Village
City to which you must travel in order to visit the Detroit Zoo:
Royal Oak
Detroit Neighborhood which was home to Tiger Stadium:
Before moving to Ford Field in 2002, the NFL's Detroit Lions played at the Silverdome in this city:
City where you may study at the main campus of Oakland University:
Island park in the Detroit River:
Belle Isle
City in which the first Little Caesars and Kmart locations are still open:
Garden City
This ethnic neighborhood was built around West Vernor Highway on Detroit's Southwest side:
City where you will find the General Motors Technical Center
The first city you will reach if you travel directly south from Downtown Detroit:
Windsor, ON
City which contains Selfridge Air National Guard Base:
This transit center on Cass Avenue in Detroit is named after a well-known civil rights activist and former Detroit resident:
Rosa Parks Transit Center
City where you can visit The Henry Ford Museum:
This airport, located within the city limits, is named after this longtime Detroit Mayor:
Coleman A. Young International Airport
City in which Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) is physically located (not address):
This freeway connecting I-75 and the Lodge (M-10) was the first in-ground urban freeway built in the USA:
Davison Freeway (M-8)
City where you can shop at the Somerset Collection:
You can reach Campus Martius Park, Grand Circus Park, Foxtown and Comerica Park on this iconic avenue:
When you reach the southern terminus of the above Avenue, you cross Jefferson Avenue and reach this location
Hart Plaza
The above mentioned intersection features a monument to this athlete:
Joe Louis
The above mentioned monument is a sculpture of what body part:
City in which the NFL's Detroit Lions built their practice facility:
Allen Park
Level 70
Sep 30, 2014
Well done. I should have gotten more of these since I used to live in the far western suburbs of Detroit.
Level 83
Jul 10, 2016
Harrison Township, not Harrison. Two different Michigan locations.