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The title of this jigsaw puzzle, “Along the Yukon” is rather interesting. The phrase “The Yukon” could refer to the Yukon River or to The Yukon Territory. The picture doesn’t help me identify the possible subject. Indeed, without the title … Continue reading
What European country has the largest city by population, the best coffee and “delightful” desserts?
If you said Turkey, you’d be correct! Another interesting tidbit of information about its largest city is that it is located on two continents – Europe and Asia. According to Wikipedia, two-thirds of the population of Istanbul live in Europe. … Continue reading
In the 1940s, folk singer Woody Guthrie produced a song which later would be considered one of America’s most famous folk song. That song was “This Land is Your Land.” 20 years later, it would be reintroduced to a new … Continue reading
In six years  the people of New York City, specifically those on the island of Manhattan, will be celebrating the beginning of the city when Dutch colonists first settled the island of Manhattan and called it New Amsterdam in 1524. … Continue reading
One of Chicago’s distinctive features is its ‘L’ Train, which is the nickname for its Rapid Transit System. ‘L’ stands for Elevated, although parts of this transit system are subway tunnels, at grade level, or open cut. According to Wikipedia, it is one … Continue reading
Fisherman’s Wharf is a world famous neighborhood in the city of San Francisco, CA known for its seafood, history and unique attractions. Some of these are seen in this puzzle. Alioto’s and Sabella & LaTorre are well-established restaurants. Cable Cars are a national … Continue reading