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This week’s puzzle is a word scramble. Below are the jumbled names of four major cities from around the world, followed by the country where they’re located. Your job is to unscramble them. For example, “IALM, EURP” would be “Lima, Peru.” Multi-word cities or countries are scrambled into one word, so “San Juan” might appear as SJAANUN. (Hint: This week there is one two-word city.) Identify all four mystery cities to win.

PESLAN, YLTAI

TLIZCIYBEE, LEBIEZ

RATHEN, RANI

AKADR, EAENGSL


Enter your list of unscrambled cities in the comments below. You have until Monday, April 10, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. ET to post your response. We’ll keep all comments private until then. On Tuesday we’ll choose one winner at random to receive an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Note: Although all are welcome to play, we can only ship prizes to the Continental U.S.

Editor’s Note: This contest has ended. The winner is Brenda Chambers, who has won an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Congratulations! Check out the puzzle answers below.

NAPLES, ITALY

BELIZE CITY, BELIZE

TEHRAN, IRAN

DAKAR, SENEGAL


— created by Sarah Schlichter

This week’s puzzle is a word scramble. Below are the jumbled names of four major cities from around the world, followed by the country where they’re located. Your job is to unscramble them. For example, “IALM, EURP” would be “Lima, Peru.” Multi-word cities or countries are scrambled into one word, so “San Juan” might appear as SJAANUN. (Hint: This week there are no multi-word cities or countries.) Identify all four mystery cities to win.

OKOTY, AJANP

ILHAONMT, UDAMERB

TUQIO, ARUOCED

RAZGEB, ACOTARI


Enter your list of unscrambled cities in the comments below. You have until Monday, March 20, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. ET to post your response. We’ll keep all comments private until then. On Tuesday we’ll choose one winner at random to receive an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Note: Although all are welcome to play, we can only ship prizes to the Continental U.S.

Editor’s Note: This contest has ended. The winner is Jill Gsell, who has won an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Congratulations! Check out the puzzle answers below.

TOKYO, JAPAN

HAMILTON, BERMUDA

QUITO, ECUADOR

ZAGREB, CROATIA


— created by Sarah Schlichter

This week’s puzzle is a word scramble. Below are the jumbled names of four major cities from around the world, followed by the country where they’re located. Your job is to unscramble them. For example, “IALM, EURP” would be “Lima, Peru.” Multi-word cities or countries are scrambled into one word, so “San Juan” might appear as SJAANUN. (Hint: This week there are no multi-word cities or countries.) Identify all four mystery cities to win.

OTRTOON, NACDAA

LEARSGI, AAIRLEG

AANLIM, SLPNHIPEIPI

SWCMOO, SUIASR


Enter your list of unscrambled cities in the comments below. You have until Monday, February 27, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. ET to post your response. We’ll keep all comments private until then. On Tuesday we’ll choose one winner at random to receive an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Note: Although all are welcome to play, we can only ship prizes to the Continental U.S.

Editor’s Note: This contest has ended. The winner is Scott Forbes, who has won an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Congratulations! Check out the puzzle answers below.

TORONTO, CANADA

ALGIERS, ALGERIA

MANILA, PHILIPPINES

MOSCOW, RUSSIA


— created by Sarah Schlichter

This week’s puzzle is a word scramble. Below are the jumbled names of four major cities from around the world, followed by the country where they’re located. Your job is to unscramble them. For example, “IALM, EURP” would be “Lima, Peru.” Multi-word cities or countries are scrambled into one word, so “San Juan” might appear as SJAANUN. (Hint: This week there is one multi-word country.) Identify all four mystery cities to win.

DONNOL, NUOITGNMIEDKD

OEIVMEODNT, AUUYGRU

ANASSU, BHSMAAA

GRONABALE, DAIIN


Enter your list of unscrambled cities in the comments below. You have until Monday, February 6, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. ET to post your response. We’ll keep all comments private until then. On Tuesday we’ll choose one winner at random to receive an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Note: Although all are welcome to play, we can only ship prizes to the Continental U.S.

Editor’s Note: This contest has ended. The winner is Joan Bradford, who has won an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Congratulations! Check out the puzzle answers below.

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM

MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY

NASSAU, BAHAMAS

BANGALORE, INDIA


— created by Sarah Schlichter

This week’s puzzle is a word scramble. Below are the jumbled names of four major cities from around the world, followed by the country where they’re located. Your job is to unscramble them. For example, “IALM, EURP” would be “Lima, Peru.” Multi-word cities or countries are scrambled into one word, so “San Juan” might appear as SJAANUN. (Hint: This week there are two multi-word countries.) Identify all four mystery cities to win.

TTESELA, ESTIUDTSNAET

OTIILPR, YLIBA

OESUL, OUOTHAKESR

DTSAUEBP, ANGRUHY


Enter your list of unscrambled cities in the comments below. You have until Monday, January 16, 2017, at 11:59 p.m. ET to post your response. We’ll keep all comments private until then. On Tuesday we’ll choose one winner at random to receive an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Note: Although all are welcome to play, we can only ship prizes to the Continental U.S.

Editor’s Note: This contest has ended. The winner is Edwin Hendrix, who has won an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Congratulations! Check out the puzzle answers below.

SEATTLE, UNITED STATES

TRIPOLI, LIBYA

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY


— created by Sarah Schlichter

This week’s puzzle is a word scramble. Below are the jumbled names of four major cities from around the world, followed by the country where they’re located. Your job is to unscramble them. For example, “IALM, EURP” would be “Lima, Peru.” Multi-word cities or countries are scrambled into one word, so “San Juan” might appear as SJAANUN. (Hint: This week there are three multi-word countries and one multi-word city.) Identify all four mystery cities to win.

CLOBMOO, NIALAKSR

ACSRNI, ATULRAIAS

RGEUAP, ELZERBCHCPICU

VSORSAAANLD, ORLALSDVAE


Enter your list of unscrambled cities in the comments below. You have until Monday, December 26, 2016, at 11:59 p.m. ET to post your response. We’ll keep all comments private until then. On Tuesday we’ll choose one winner at random to receive an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Note: Although all are welcome to play, we can only ship prizes to the Continental U.S.

Editor’s Note: This contest has ended. The winner is Christopher Tallmadge, who has won an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Congratulations! Check out the puzzle answers below.

COLOMBO, SRI LANKA

CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA

PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC

SAN SALVADOR, EL SALVADOR


— created by Sarah Schlichter

This week’s puzzle is a word scramble. Below are the jumbled names of four major cities from around the world, followed by the country where they’re located. Your job is to unscramble them. For example, “IALM, EURP” would be “Lima, Peru.” Multi-word cities or countries are scrambled into one word, so “San Juan” might appear as SJAANUN. (Hint: This week there is one multi-word country and one multi-word city.) Identify all four mystery cities to win.

PNNCOEGAEH, DMEANKR

ANDAKLUC, EDAWZNALNE

CASRAAC, UVNZAELEE

HMONEHPNP, OMACDIBA


Enter your list of unscrambled cities in the comments below. You have until Monday, November 7, 2016, at 11:59 p.m. ET to post your response. We’ll keep all comments private until then. On Tuesday we’ll choose one winner at random to receive an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Note: Although all are welcome to play, we can only ship prizes to the Continental U.S.

Editor’s Note: This contest has ended. The winner is Barbara Sampson, who has won an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Congratulations! Check out the puzzle answers below.

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND

CARACAS, VENEZUELA

PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA


— created by Sarah Schlichter

This week’s puzzle is a word scramble. Below are the jumbled names of four major cities from around the world, followed by the country where they’re located. Your job is to unscramble them. For example, “IALM, EURP” would be “Lima, Peru.” (Note: Multi-word cities or countries are scrambled into one word, so “San Juan” might appear as SJAANUN.) Identify all four mystery cities to win.

WDCHTNGISOAN, SEEIUTDATNTS

ADKAH, HDENSABGAL

KNSEHILI, ADFLINN

EEEPATP, FYANIELPRSHECON


Enter your list of unscrambled cities in the comments below. You have until Monday, October 17, 2016, at 11:59 p.m. ET to post your response. We’ll keep all comments private until then. On Tuesday we’ll choose one winner at random to receive an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Note: Although all are welcome to play, we can only ship prizes to the Continental U.S.

Editor’s Note: This contest has ended. The winner is Maria F Del Aguila, who has won an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Congratulations! Check out the puzzle answers below.

WASHINGTON D.C., UNITED STATES

DHAKA, BANGLADESH

HELSINKI, FINLAND

PAPEETE, FRENCH POLYNESIA


— created by Sarah Schlichter

This week’s puzzle is a word scramble. Below are the jumbled names of four major cities from around the world, followed by the country where they’re located. Your job is to unscramble them. For example, “IALM, EURP” would be “Lima, Peru.” Identify all four mystery cities to win.

NEAINV, UISRATA

SAPALRAVOI, LCIEH

NMDKHTAAU, LNEAP

AADMSELARSA, NAAATZNI


Enter your list of unscrambled cities in the comments below. You have until Monday, September 26, 2016, at 11:59 p.m. ET to post your response. We’ll keep all comments private until then. On Tuesday we’ll choose one winner at random to receive an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Note: Although all are welcome to play, we can only ship prizes to the Continental U.S.

Editor’s Note: This contest has ended. The winner is Mabyn Morgan, who has won an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Congratulations! Check out the puzzle answers below.

VIENNA, AUSTRIA

VALPARAISO, CHILE

KATHMANDU, NEPAL

DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA


— created by Sarah Schlichter

This week’s puzzle is a word scramble. Below are the jumbled names of four major cities from around the world, followed by the country where they’re located. Your job is to unscramble them. For example, “IALM, EURP” would be “Lima, Peru.” Identify all four mystery cities to win.

UNSAAJN, UTOPCIEROR

UTISN, STANIUI

ARWWAS, ADLPNO

OMAHSIHIR, AAPNJ


Enter your list of unscrambled cities in the comments below. You have until Monday, September 5, 2016, at 11:59 p.m. ET to post your response. We’ll keep all comments private until then. On Tuesday we’ll choose one winner at random to receive an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Note: Although all are welcome to play, we can only ship prizes to the Continental U.S.

Editor’s Note: This contest has ended. The winner is Kathleen Copeland, who has won an IndependentTraveler.com logo item. Congratulations! Check out the puzzle answers below.

SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO

TUNIS, TUNISIA

WARSAW, POLAND

HIROSHIMA, JAPAN


— created by Sarah Schlichter