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This is an unusual picture of the Old City of Jerusalem in Israel. This is a walled-in area of approximately one square kilometer (a third of a square mile), that until 1860 was all of Jerusalem. Old City is divided into four areas, called 'quarters' which are predominately Muslim, Jewish, Armenian and Christian. This tiny area is home to several sites of religious significance including the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Dome of the Rock, the al-Aqsa Mosque, the Western Wall, and the Temple Mount.

The reason this picture is unusual is that it is interactive so that it can be easy to memorize. Click the image to begin having fun reassembling it as a picture puzzle. It is easy to embed this puzzle in your own blog or web pages. Here's How.

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Photo by Shmuel Spiegelman CC-BY-1.0, via Wikimedia Commons

How scoring works: The puzzle starts with 36,000 points. A point is deducted every tenth of a second, so you have an hour to finish the puzzle. Your score is the number of points remaining.

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