Continents Map Puzzle

Click and drag the puzzle piece to the correct place on the map.

     Learn the continents of the world with this fun and educational map puzzle. Use the free continents map puzzle as a quiz to test your knowledge of the world.
     Do you know where the continents are in relationship to each other and to the Prime Meridian (in England, defined as 0 degrees longitude) ? Or to the International Date Line (defined as 180 degrees away from the Prime Meridian and exactly opposite on the earth, though it is actually not a straight line and its location has been adjusted somewhat)? Its not as easy as you may think.

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