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MYTHICAL PLACES

CARMALT - Given description, you name the mythical place

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Home of Norse gods and goddesses Asgard
thought to be a mythical lost continent, destroyed by volcanoes and earthquakes Atlantis
mythical western land, home of King Arthur after he died Avalon
Section of the Atlantic Ocean, site of many ship/airplane disappearances Bermuda Triangle
Home of King Arthur of Great Britain and the Knights of the Round Table Camelot
Real Pacific Island, home of massive, unexplained stone statues of heads Easter Island
Spring of water that restores youth, sought in Florida by Ponce de Leon Fountain of Youth
Mythical nations of heathens and barbarians Gog or Magog
Lost sunken continent near Africa, Madagascar and India Lemuria
Home of the Greek gods and goddesses Mount Olympus
Lost continent under the Pacific Ocean near Polynesia Mu
paradise region of Tibet Shangri-la
stone formations in Great Britain whose purpose and origins are unknown Stonehenge
Norse hall, home to warriors who had been killed in battle Valhalla
Standing stones in Lewis, in Scotland's Outer Hebrides islands, are older than Stonehenge Callanish (or Calanais) Standing Stones
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