Guess the City Based on Street Video

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Some cities have iconic street views.

The Champs-Élysées in Paris, Lombard Street in San Francisco, Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, and Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem are just a few of the many famous views found around the world.

Lombard Street in San Francisco is famous for its eight hairpin turns.  Photo:  Lombard Street in 2020 by Christopher Michel, CC BY 4.0, Mediawiki
Lombard Street in San Francisco is famous for its eight hairpin turns. Photo: Lombard Street in 2020 by Christopher Michel, CC BY 4.0, Mediawiki

Other city streets are not so easily identifiable but clues about its location can be gleamed from sounds and visual clues found in the buildings and signs.

Guess the City Using Sounds and Visual Clues

City Guesser is an online geography game that uses audio and visual street video to provide hints about where in the world the city is located.

Inspired by GeoGuessr, players are shown a video shot walking around a city and have to correctly place a pin on the map as to where they think that location is.

User can guess city locations that are worldwide or restricted to just the Europe, Asia, or one of ten different countries. There is also a City Guesser option for locating famous monuments from around the world.

Try it: City Guesser

Screenshot from the City Guesser geography game.
Screenshot from the City Guesser geography game.

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