The Places They Went #2

Name these historical people based on the places they visited during their lives.
The first place is where they were born
The last place is where they died
The places in the middle are places they lived or visited, selected by me
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Last updated: February 1, 2017
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Places lived / visited
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Simbirsk, St. Petersburg, Siberia, Geneva, Moscow
V.I. Lenin
Liverpool, Hamburg, Rishikesh, Amsterdam, NYC
John Lennon
Hyde Park, Washington D.C., Yalta, Warm Springs
Franklin Roosevelt
Oxford, London, Cyprus, Jerusalem, Vienna, Aquitaine
Richard I
Bethlehem, Nazareth, Sea of Galilee, Jerusalem, Calvary
Jesus
Woodstock, South Africa, Belgium, Normandy, Yalta, London
Winston Churchill
Gary, Detroit, Santa Barbara, Bahrain, Los Angeles
Michael Jackson
Rome, Gaul, Britain, Alexandria, Pontus, Rome
Julius Caesar
Sandringham, London, Yaounde, Kolkata, Lahore, Paris
Princess Diana
Vermont, Nauvoo, Salt Lake City
Brigham Young
Detroit, St. Louis, New York, Paris, Hawaii
Charles Lindbergh
Ohio, Illinois, Appomattox Courthouse, Washington D.C., New York
Ulysses S. Grant
Dublin, Oxford, London, Pentonville Prison, Paris
Oscar Wilde
Kansas, Newfoundland, Wales, South Pacific
Amelia Earhart
Little Rock, West Point, Philippines, Australia, Philippines, Tokyo, Inchon, D.C.
Douglas MacArthur
Portugal, Tenerife, Mombasa, Goa, Kochi
Vasco da Gama
Caracas, Madrid, Bogotá, Haiti, Carabobo, Guayaquil, Santa Marta
Simón Bolívar
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Level ∞
Jan 31, 2017
Thanks to FentonsDad and kalbahamut for two of the answers.
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Level 83
Feb 1, 2017
Reading this I somehow felt you meant kalbahamut was one of the answers. From his comments, he has travelled a bit too. Saudi Arabia wasn't mentioned however.
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Level 47
May 20, 2017
and sillie, kalbahmaut isn't dead
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Level 59
May 20, 2017
Or is he...
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Level 79
May 20, 2017
Not dead yet and I've been to many more places than Saudi Arabia. Including 31 of the places the the people above went to.
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Level 70
May 20, 2017
Beat you by one Kal ..... 32
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Level 79
May 20, 2017
Really? Did you count some of the places that appear multiple times more than once?
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Level 70
May 21, 2017
Geneva, Liverpool, Hamburg, NYC, Hyde Park, Washington D.C., Oxford, London, Jerusalem, Aquitaine, Bethlehem, Nazareth, Calvary, South Africa, Belgium, Normandy, Detroit, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Rome, Gaul, Britain, Sandringham, Yaounde, Kolkata, Lahore, Salt Lake City, St. Louis, Ohio, Illinois, Dublin, Paris, Kansas, Wales, South Pacific, Australia, Madrid, and I have seen Pentonville but not from the inside I'm glad to say. Actually that's 37 not counting Pentonville Prison.
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Level 79
May 25, 2017
My list is St Petersburg, Moscow, Hamburg, Amsterdam, NYC, Washington DC, London, Cyprus, Jerusalem, Vienna, Bethlehem, Sea of Galilee (as seen from Umm Qais, I'm still counting it), Calvary Hill (which doesn't exist anymore, but I've been to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre), Normandy, Gary, Detroit, Santa Barbara, Bahrain, Los Angeles, Rome, Gaul (France), Britain (England), Alexandria, Pontus (NE Turkey), Paris, Salt Lake City, New York (state?), Ohio, Illinois, Little Rock, Philippines, Tokyo, Incheon... and not sure how south one has to be to be in the South Pacific but maybe that, too.

So that's actually 32 - 34 depending on whether or not New York and NYC count separately and whether Mindanao is the South Pacific or not.
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Level 79
May 25, 2017
What were you doing in Cameroon?
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Level 74
Jan 31, 2017
Great quiz!
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Level 78
Feb 1, 2017
I suppose we don't know for certain whether or not Earhart died in the south Pacific until a body is identified.
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Level 63
May 20, 2017
The latest theory points to Amelia Earhart surviving as a castaway on an island (Nikumaroro, Kiribati), and they are trying to verify evidence of this, including analysing skeletal remains thought to possibly be her.
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Level 72
Feb 1, 2017
I thought it was funny that Lennon is accepted also for Lenin
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Level 73
Feb 1, 2017
It's very helpful if you're out of your element. Incidentally, it's not cavalry (which would have been a logistical nightmare), but Calvary.
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Level ∞
Feb 1, 2017
I am the Walrus.
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Level ∞
Feb 1, 2017
But Lennon won't work for Lenin anymore and I corrected the classic Cavalry/Calvary blunder.
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Level 77
Feb 1, 2017
Nice job, really made me think
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Level 71
Feb 1, 2017
This one was really fun and original. Please make more!
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Level 73
Feb 1, 2017
Wonderful quiz!
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Level 73
Feb 1, 2017
Ahh, this was great! I would suggest adding just 1 more minute to give a bit of time to think, but a really great selection of people and places.
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Level 72
Feb 2, 2017
Nice quiz, but I don't think, the description for Jesus is entirely correct. Most scholars agree that he was born in Nazareth, also there are no hints, that his dead on Gagulta is historical, so maybe just "Jerusalem" would be the safer choice.
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Level 59
May 20, 2017
Excellent quiz1=!
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Level 57
May 20, 2017
In the days previous quiz (jacko), we were laughing at a place called Gary. Thanks!
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Level 59
May 20, 2017
Tough, but that's good. And a bit different. Well done
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Level 79
May 20, 2017
Oh yeah. Duh. Young, not Smith. Should have known that. Smith never made it to Salt Lake City.
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Level 67
May 22, 2017
Likewise Smith did not travel to see Jar Jar or fight the Trade Federation.
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Level 78
May 20, 2017
Great quiz. Difficult, but fun.
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Level 70
May 21, 2017
Great quizzes these 'places they went'..... did OK but I have room for improvement.
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Level 57
May 22, 2017
Roosevelt's Hyde Park threw me - I was thinking of the Hyde Park in London.
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Level 76
Jan 21, 2018
Same, I was wondering who could have been born in a park.
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Level 38
May 26, 2017
OK. Since we're obviously in one-upmanship-mode here. These are my travels: Amsterdam, Groningen, Utrecht, Rotterdam, Volendam, (Neth); Munich, Essen, Hamburg, (Ger); Cherbourg, Lyon, (Fr); Caracas, Maracaibo, (Ven); Kralendijk, (Bon); Oranjestad (Aruba & Statia); Willemstad, (Cur); Bogota (Col); Basseterre (StK); Port of Spain (Trin); Bridgetown, Barb); St. George's (Gren); Charlotte Amalie & Christiansted (USVI); San Juan (PR); Santo Domingo (DR); Kuala Lampur (Mal); Toronto, Quebec & Niagara Falls (CA). I may have missed a few, but then this is not all its cracked up to be, is it. (Ever awakened and not be quite sure for a few minutes, what country you're in?)
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Level 85
Jun 15, 2017
Yes, regularly. Most of the time I do, I'm actually in my own bed.
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Level 72
Jan 22, 2020
Greetings from the USA in 2020 – tschutzer, you could not have possibly described my night terrors these last few years more accurately.
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Level 73
Jul 14, 2019
Glad you made a second quiz, because I had expected many of these to have been included in the first one and was disappointed they were not to be found in the original.
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Level 57
Nov 12, 2019
That was a difficult quiz, my brain is still tingling.
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Level 61
Jan 22, 2020
Apparently Ulysses S Grant also visited Scotland, Edinburgh particularly, because we sometimes have people asking to visit our church as he is supposed to have been here to see it, worship here even. I don't actually know all the details.