Where is this #20

Name the location and its significance.

P.S. I hope I’m not being dense with this one!  :neutral_face:

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Do animals live in this place?

Is this a research installation?

Yes, although they are probably scarce (from my own personal experience, anyway).


18 left.

You have to look beyond or back into the picture. There’s a deeper meaning in the location. I just might destroy you guys with this one. Maybe. :stuck_out_tongue:

Is this a mine?

Nope. 17.

Sorry, the last, uhm “clue” might’ve been too vague. Maybe start guessing geographic location (without asking directly, of course). That might get us out of the past!

Is it the site of a Prehistoric dig?

Is English the official language of the country?

What’s going on jees?  You didn’t solve this yet??  :wink:

Prehistoric? Nope.

Yes, one of them.

15 left.

Does the placename of this location contain the name of an animal?

Yes, but not in the one of the official languages mentioned in question 16.

Well, that doesn’ t help me.  On top of that, I forgot that you said it wasn’t a mine.  I was trying to see if the place was the Moose River Gold Mine in Nova Scotia.
Gold because of your “dense” comment.

Well, with all these missleadind clues! Don’t worry BigThumb I am working on it again tomorrow. Will take the day off to go skiing. 
Here’s your chance.

I don’t know if I’m giving too much away by saying this, but:

Its significance is in the PAST (which is the whole “look deeper, back” hint). So what you see in the picture isn’t what you WOULD see if you were x number of years in the past.

And dense?  Alright, I’ll keep quiet now.

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Kowloon Walled City Park, Hong Kong


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Heh, the master at work…

Dragons are not animals but fantastic creatures.  There’s a difference! :wink:

Actually Mikeh, this was a very good challenge and a very interesting place.  Thank you for posting it.