- You might be wondering why London or Hamburg are located in one piece despite being located on a black line. I used the coordinates given by Wikipedia. These usually represent the city center. Thus, the city center of London is slightly west of the Greenwich Prime Meridian.
- JetPunk‘s Europe map doesn‘t cover all of European Russia, but in this quiz every European city is included although their actual location is not visible. Yekaterinburg for example is 60°E, but does count as "between 40 and 50", because the 50th meridian east isn‘t visible anymore
- As it’s a Swiss tradition, this prototype is trying to solve disputed areas neutrally and in a way everbody can be happy. You can decide on your own if you want to draw the broken line completely or delete it completely. (in your mind)
- Geography fans: stay tuned! An ever harder version (every 5th latitude/longitude) is coming soon!
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