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ID mythological sites from description I (clickable)
Marble, gold, and silver abode of the boy who found a magic lamp in The Arabian Nights.
Legendary island said to be in the Atlantic Ocean west of Gibraltar, believed to have sunk beneath the sea.
Rural Prince Edward Island village that is the setting for Anne of Green Gables.
Place to which one rides 'a cock horse | to see a fine lady upon a white horse.'
English town where King Arthur had his court and Round Table.
Home of the blessed after death in Greek mythology.
Dangerous area alive with monsters and bordering Hogwarts School.
Searched for by Ponce de Leon.
School for Witchcraft and Wizardry, founded in AD 1000.
Flying land in Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels where people engaged in inane projects while neglecting practical activities.
Land inhabited by chessmen and others where Alice arrives.
In Beatrix Potter's story, it is a place that Peter Rabbit shouldn't go.
Magical land entered through a wardrobe in CS Lewis' The Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe.
English town where Dr. John Dolittle lives, from the book by Hugh Lofting.
Mole and Rat's home in Kenneth Grahame's The Wind and the Willows.
Home of Robin Hood and his band of Merry Men.
Island on which Captain Flint's treasure is buried in Robert Louis Stevenson's 1883 novel.
Badger's home in Kenneth Grahame's The Wind and the Willows.
Region where 'a stately pleasure dome' is located in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's poem Kubla Khan.
Saint Exupery's celestial land with 3 miniature volcanoes cleaned each week by the Little Prince.
Island where King Arthur was taken after he died.
Prison housing criminals who are wizards, in JK Rowling's novel.
Land where people are 60 feet tall in Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels.
Utopian kingdom of birds and men in Aristophanes' The Birds--also called Nephelococ-cygia.
Legendary city of great riches located in South America, according to some, on the Amazon River.
Utopia created by Samuel Butler in a novel so titled - its name is an anagram of 'Nowhere.'
Old English house where children of today play with children of the past in Lucy Boston's works.
Home of Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends in a series of books by A.A.Milne.
Land where people are 6 inches tall in Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels.
World where the hobbits and others live in Tolkien's Lord of the Rings.
Small, barren Mediterranean island where the hero of an Alexander Dumas novel discovers a treasure.
Magic land of lost boys, indians, fairies, and pirates in James Barrie's Peter Pan
Ideal State of Plato.
Himalayan mountain kingdom where James Hilton's novel Lost Horizon is set.
Romanian region and home to Bram Stoker's Dracula.
Sir Thomas More's perfect society on an island off the coast of South America.
The home of the narrator of the 1884 book, authored by A.Square (Edwin Abbott Abbott.)
The zero-dimensional universe seen by A. Square in which the sole inhabitant spends his time singing, 'Me, Me, Me, Me,....'
The town, near which Eragon lives when he finds and hatches a dragon egg.
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