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How Many of These Literary Landmarks Have You Been To?

November 4, 2015

St. Augustine put it best when he said, "The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page." So, are you a fair-weather fan of books, or a dedicated diehard? Do you have a bit of wanderlust, or do you prefer to read about locales instead of actually going to them? Put your jetsetting tendencies to the test.

 

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Images via vonnegutlibrary.org and Flickr, Instagram, and Wikimedia commons users: Alex Bakharev (public domain), Christopher Michel (cc), Daniel Case at the English language Wikipedia (cc), Donnie Nunley (cc), DubhEire (cc), Dudva (cc), Edgardo Avilés-López (cc), Ekabhishek by Alex (cc), Guillaume Seguin (cc), InZweiZeiten (cc), Jaapkievit (cc), Jake Macabre (cc), JHvW (cc), Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism (cc), Museumsparrow (public domain), Neil Turner (cc), orionpozo (cc), Paxson Woelber (cc), Ransom CenterRon Reiring (cc), Scott Rettberg (cc), Sgerbic (cc), Thomas R Machnitzki via Magnus Manske (cc), Vera & Jean-Christophe (cc), Will (cc).

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How Many of These Literary Landmarks Have You Been To?