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World Map 30 X 32 Puzzle - 1 Million Cities by Longitude

Type a city whose urban agglomeration holds at least 1 million people to fill in its longitude block. Blocks with no cities are shown at the start.
List of cities taken from citypopulation.de - to learn the 250 largest ones try this quiz
City latitudes and longitudes from Simplemaps.com
A big thanks to Quizzer6794 for teaching me how to avoid horizontal gaps between pieces, eg see his US State Picture Puzzle Game #3... does anyone know how to remove vertical lines too?!
Quiz by scambigol
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First submittedMarch 17, 2016
Last updatedMarch 17, 2016
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level 72
Mar 17, 2016
Great quiz, but I was a bit confused because there were 3 wide bands at the end while it told me I had 25/26. It turned out that Honolulu, the furthest left band but invisible before you chose it, was the final one.
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level 70
Mar 17, 2016
this wasn't deliberate but when I realized this extra-difficulty I thought it'd be a "trick answer" (I wouldn't know how to fix it anyway) - thanks for your comment!
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level 58
Mar 17, 2016
Perhaps a latitude quiz would be easier?
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level 70
Mar 18, 2016
latitude version is here by latitude
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level 49
Mar 17, 2016
I get Honolulu (in last few seconds) but miss a USA-Mexico stripe and also a Russia-Oman one.
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level 46
May 4, 2016
not enough time
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level 56
Oct 1, 2017
Shouldn't London fill in two stripes? The Greenwich mean line is defined to go through it.
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level 70
Oct 1, 2017
for each city a single point is considered
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