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Wikipedia Treasure Hunt - Europe
Can you name the places in Europe from the clues?
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This quiz is designed to be played using Wikipedia to guide you. Except the first clue, every clue is either on that Wikipedia page, or a logical leap. All clues are places, monuments, objects, etc!
Fly to the capital of Germany?
As you are walking toward the exit, a young lad runs up to you and wordlessly hands you a note and a German 0.5 Euro coin
'In the briefcase, under the center arch of the back of this coin'?
There's the briefcase! You open it for the next clue.
'Walk to the North and enter the building there.'?
No clue! You look at the note again, and see there is writing on the back.
'Head to the very top'?
At the top of the spiral walkway you notice a digital voice recorder. You hit play.
'A German leader was responsible for delays to the construction of this building. Fly to the capital he laid siege to in 1870'?
You play the rest of the tape.
'Take a taxi to a very famous museum.'?
Tom Hanks greets you and hands you a map. (Near the bottom of the page)
On the back side of the map: 'I found an anagram behind da Vinci's rocky painting!'?
You look behind the painting, setting off alarms. You run, but not before you commit the anagram to memory
'og rthno noe ckobl'?
You see Tom running from the police, yelling 'I didn't touch that painting!' he drops a newspaper as he flees.
In the folds is a note 'The first queen here had an assonantal name. Take the train to her birthplace'?
You get on the train to Valladolid and the Conductor punches your ticket. After a moment, you realize the conductor returned a sports ticket to you.
'Basketball! CB Valladolid. Saturday, 9:30PM. Seat 5E, Section 101at the arena'?
There is a bag under the seat with a copy of 'Blood on the Tracks.' Luckily you still own a CD player.
'I love Bob Dylan! I'm going to go see him July 16, 2006!'?
On the plane you continue listening to the CD.
'There's a cool statue in a Piazza of some Emperor on a Horse!'?
There's a moleskin notebook taped to the underside of the hoof.
'Go to my original location of legislators. Then you will understand the next clue'?
You read on
'Nearby is a temple dedicated to an dictator assassinated on the Ides of March. Go there and read the final clue in this book'?
You flip the page
'The emperor who begun this temple fought Germanic tribes bitterly, especially along the Rhine, and this river. Head to Bavaria and rent a boat on it'?
You go to Ulm to rent a boat. The clerk looks at you and winks. 'I have the perfect boat'
You relax on a small yacht as the captain tells you he will drop you off at the third capital?
The captain lets you off at Csepel, and whispers in your ear
'Find the castle vandalized by communists'?
You hear a tour guide talking about the myth of a treasure, hidden within the castle! This must be close. You listen
'...Resting place of Palatine Joseph...'?
You pry open Joe's sarcophagus, and reel at the stench. Inside you find the final clue..
'Dear diary, I found the treasure and hid it, behind a secret wall. Pull the statue of the 20 year old kid'?
The wall opens, and behind you see...
You can now retire!
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