Google Earth: Where In the World Is It?

Win prizes by correctly identifying the location of the GoogleEarth Challenge.
You are ALLOWED to get help from a member of your family.

To play, complete the Google Earth Challenge form.

Download the GoogleEarth app here.

For the 6th Google Earth Challenge, identify what strait is located in this image and something interesting about this location. Know the location? Click here to share with Mr. Lovera.


For the 5th Google Earth Challenge, identify the stadium is located in this image and something interesting about this location. Know the location? Click here to share with Mr. Lovera.


The football stadium is one of about 11 in Buenos Aires and is the 11th biggest in the entire country! Football or as we Americans like to call it, soccer, is VERY popular in Argentina and all of South America.


Emily D, Kennedy R, Andrew R & Benjamin C all correctly identified this location.

For the 4th Google Earth Challenge, identify what city is located in this image and something interesting about this location. Know the location? Click here to share with Mr. Lovera.


Cartagena is a historical port city in Colombia. A Spanish galleon loaded with gold worth 17 billion dollars sank near there in 1708. There are two neighboring islands on the west side of Cartagena. One is called Isla de Tierra Bomba, and the other is called Isla del Tesoro.


Jack D, Kennedy R, Vishvarupa S & Benjamin C all correctly identified this location.


For the 3rd Google Earth Challenge, identify where it is and something interesting about this location. Know the location? Click here to share with Mr. Lovera.


Tori L, Kennedy R, Lana P, & Benjamin C all correctly discovered that this is the Great Victoria Desert, located in Australia and named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. (Not sure how I would feel if a desert were named after me?)



For the 2nd Google Earth Challenge, identify where it is and something interesting about this location. Know the location? Click here to share with Mr. Lovera.


This challenge was discovered by Andrew R, Chris I, Tim I, Ashley F & Sundance R. It is the London Eye, Europe's largest urban ferris wheel.


For the 1st Google Earth Challenge, identify where it is and something interesting about this location. Know the location? Click here to share with Mr. Lovera.


North Bay Adventure Camp. 6th graders go there for their Outdoor Ed adventure every year.

Andrew R, Chris I & Sundance R all successfully located this challenge.