Thursday, May 04, 2006

Day 18 - Geography Challenge 3

The Da Vinci Code Quest on Google Walkthrough Answers and Hints





Day 18 - Geography Challenge 3


For this challenge you must assemble the following puzzle. Quite straight forward as was last week's. You must then answer a few questions.



After completing the puzzle, the following question is asked:

Leonardo's reverse-handwriting manuscript on perpetual motion wheels can be found in this city. What is it's name? (For another clue, Hyde in the north.)

A - London

The following is then revealed:

Well done! There are four Blades hidden around the city. Please find them and click on them.

They are highlighted on the map below:



The following is then revealed:



You have found all four blades, and lo! they draw an X over a place just slightly north of the Victoria and Albert Museum, home of Leonardo's Codex Forster. What is it's name?

A - Imperial College
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posted by Chris Taylor at 8:30 AM

3 Comments:

Blogger gimperial said...

Codex Forster is not located in Imperial College. I go there.. if you google, it's actually located in the V&A.

1:24 PM  
Blogger Chelsea Burris said...

it says the codex forster is at V&A, this location is just north of that. If you read the question again, while it's confusing, they did state it's location correctly.

I kept trying the Royal College of Music, which is actually more centered on the cross section. I think the Holy Trinity church across the street could have been a good choice too.

4:50 PM  
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