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Do you know where in the world you can find these famous statues?
by Maria Trimarchi

Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego? Today, she's traveling around the world to see all the famous statues, and we're going with her! From the Statue of Liberty to the Sphinx, do you know where in the world you can find these statues?

Since the beginning of time, people have been creating statues to commemorate history. All around the world, one could find statues for both political and religious leaders. While some of these international statues are easier to pinpoint on a map, could you name the location of all of them?

Picking out the location of the Statue of Liberty is easy, especially if you're from the United States, but we're traveling all over the world with these statues!

Could you pick out where you'd find the Sphinx? A statue of the mythological creature, it has the head of a human and the body of a lion. The Thinker is another popular statue that could be found at the Rodin Museum. But, where is the Rodin museum? 

All over the world, you'd find political statues for leaders like Abraham Lincoln and religious statues of Christ the Redeemer and Buddha. These have become major landmarks around the world, but could you identify where you'd be traveling to see them?

Are you ready to pilot this quiz to a perfect score or will you be left at check-in? Let's find out!

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