AWAA #33

Around the World with A&A (AWAA) is a new GoogleEarthing contest (see rules page), encompassing 80 puzzles. Enter your answer in the comments, and move on to the next puzzle. When all the puzzles have been completed, the person with the most correct answers will be the winner.

Instructions:
Use Google Earth to find the image below somewhere on the face of the Earth. When you find it, tell us using the comment feature. And send an email to info@googleearthing.com so we can contact you.

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Puzzle Solved by: Adrian
Elapsed Time: 26 days 19 hr 14 min
Location: Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague, The Netherlands


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9 Responses to “AWAA #33”

  1. A hint will be given this sunday (march 19)!

    Adriaan

  2. Sssh! Quiet please.

    Adriaan

  3. I thought the hint would make this one easy like an open book…
    Well, let me lend you another hand: it has to do with my profession.

    Adriaan

  4. Adriaan, it’s not a case of “what?” but of “where?” — which, of course, is the whole point of this contest!

  5. :-))

    I couldn’t resist the urge to put the hints up that I thought of later.
    But that might be a national thing, you know.

    Adriaan

  6. To stop your argument: ;-)

    52°04′54″ N 4°19′38″ E
    The National and European Library (and Minestry of Foreign Affairs) in Den Haag.

    The second tip led me to search in your home-country.

  7. The ‘Koninklijke Bibliotheek’ (Royal Library) in The Hague. This is the Dutch National Library, which I visited on various occasions.
    Yep, I’m a librarian. Here you can see my favourite colleague and role-model:
    http://discworld.arien.sk/obrazky/lasthero/librarian1.jpg

    Adriaan

  8. man thats a huge library, I was so convinced it was a hotel/convention center or some sort.

  9. Damn! I did guess it would might be a library from the first clue, but just didn’t know how to look for one!

    Tony

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