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Dancing Around the World: A Travel Tour and Geo-Quiz
American Matt Harding traveled across the world to meet and dance with people in 70 different locations. The dancing is done to the song, “Trip the Light.”

The music, colors, and locations are so enchanting that you may wish to watch twice. Click here for the video.

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Below is the list of locations Matt and his crew filmed in. Do you know the continent where each segment is shot?

1. Kigali, Rwanda
2. Seville, Spain
3. Vienna, Austria
4. Schuylkill Haven, USA
5. Damascus, Syria
6. Poria, Papua New Guinea
7. Pyongyang, North Korea
8. Beirut, Lebanon
9. Athens, Greece
10. Lesedi, South Africa
11. Kapong, Thailand
12. Caracas, Venezuela
13. Bali, Indonesia
14. League City, USA
15. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
16. Al-Muzahmiyya, Saudi Arabia
17. Oakland, USA
18. Detroit, USA
19. Terelj, Mongolia
20. Rangali Island, Maldives
21. Ruwa, Zimbabwe
22. Budapest, Hungary
23. Port-au-Prince, Haiti
24. Erbil, Iraq
25. Maui, USA
26. New Orleans, USA
27. Quezon City, Philippines
28. Kabul, Afghanistan
29. Toulon, France
30. Beijing, China
31. Jerusalem, Israel
32. Opuwo, Namibia
33. San Juan, Puerto Rico
34. Belgrade, Serbia
35. Boise, USA
36. Edinburgh, United Kingdom
37. Philadelphia, USA
38. Robben Island, South Africa
39. Toronto, Canada
40. Dresden, Germany
41. Lyon, France
42. Pacific Ocean
43. Houston, USA
44. Bratislava, Slovakia
45. Melbourne, Australia
46. Cairo, Egypt
47. Hong Kong, China
48. Tallinn, Estonia
49. Helsinki, Finland
50. Kyoto, Japan
51. Cleveland, USA
52. Kalafasia, Solomon Islands
53. Medellin, Colombia
54. Barcelona, Spain
55. Manchester, United Kingdom
56. Karachi, Pakistan
57. Prague, Czech Republic
58. Zurich, Switzerland
59. Rome, Italy
60. San Jose, Costa Rica
61. Milan, Italy
62. Rafah, Palestine
63. Taoyuan City, Taiwan
64. Port of Spain, Trinidad
65. Cambridge, USA
66. Moscow, Russia
67. San Diego, USA
68. Baltimore, USA
69. Denver, USA
70. St. Petersburg, Russia
71. Seattle, USA

To help you take this quiz, here are the numbers you’re trying to count on each continent:

Africa: 5

Asia: 19

Australia/Oceania: 5

Europe: 20

N. America/Caribbean: 20

S. America: 2

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photo via Fotolia

And here are the answers when you’re done guessing:

AFRICA
1. Kigali, Rwanda
2. Lesedi, South Africa
3. Ruwa, Zimbabwe
4. Opuwo, Namibia
5. Robben Island, South Africa

ASIA
1. Damascus, Syria
2. Pyongyang, North Korea
3. Beirut, Lebanon
4. Kapong, Thailand
5. Bali, Indonesia
6. Al-Muzahmiyya, Saudi Arabia
7. Terelj, Mongolia
8. Rangali Island, Maldives
9. Erbil, Iraq
10. Quezon City, Philippines
11. Kabul, Afghanistan
12. Beijing, China
13. Jerusalem, Israel
14. Cairo, Egypt
15. Hong Kong, China
16. Kyoto, Japan
17. Karachi, Pakistan
18. Rafah, Palestine
19. Taoyuan City, Taiwan

AUSTRALIA/OCEANIA
1. Poria, Papua New Guinea
2. Great Barrier Reef, Australia
3. Pacific Ocean
4. Melbourne, Australia
5. Kalafasia, Solomon Islands

EUROPE
1. Seville, Spain
2. Vienna, Austria
3. Athens, Greece
4. Budapest, Hungary
5. Toulon, France
6. Belgrade, Serbia
7. Edinburgh, United Kingdom
8. Dresden, Germany
9. Lyon, France
10. Bratislava, Slovakia
11. Tallinn, Estonia
12. Helsinki, Finland
13. Barcelona, Spain
14. Manchester, United Kingdom
15. Prague, Czech Republic
16. Zurich, Switzerland
17. Rome, Italy
18. Milan, Italy
19. Moscow, Russia
20. St. Petersburg, Russia

NORTH AMERICA/CARIBBEAN
1. Schuylkill Haven, USA
2. League City, USA
3. Oakland, USA
4. Detroit, USA
5. Maui, USA
6. New Orleans, USA
7. Boise, USA
8. Philadelphia, USA
9. Toronto, Canada
10. Houston, USA
11. Cleveland, USA
12. Cambridge, USA
13. San Diego, USA
14. Baltimore, USA
15. Denver, USA
16. Seattle, USA
17. Port-au-Prince, Haiti
18. San Juan, Puerto Rico
19. San Jose, Costa Rica
20. Port of Spain, Trinidad

SOUTH AMERICA
1. Caracas, Venezuela
2. Medellin, Colombia



Alan Headbloom