In this scavenger hunt, you'll read clues and figure out which location they're hinting at.
All the clues and locations come from this year's Festival videos, so go watch them before playing!
When you think you've figured a location out, click it on the map to see if you're right.
If you get stuck, don't worry! The answers are at the bottom of this page.
One of our traditional dishes is the pupusa. It has cheese, beans, and pork, and is kind of like a stuffied tortilla. We like to serve it with salsa and slaw. One of our traditional drinks is the horchata de morro, which looks like chocolate milk.
Our ancestors were from countries like Bénin, Nigeria, and Sénégal. Our music is based on polyrhythms, and we love drums. You can make three different sounds by hitting different parts of them. We're right here in Mobile!
We do a traditional dance called belly dancing. Our costumes make noise, show our stomachs, include masks, and are very colorful.
Our flag represents nature, gold, the sky, and water. One of our flowers is purple, called the Cattleya orchid. We are known for two trees: the yellow ipê and the pau-brasil. Very pretty animals live here: the jaguar and hyacinth macaw.
We have birds that fly over the tallest mountains in the world, the Himalayas. We also have woodpeckers and wild grouse. The word for bear in our language translates to "the ones who knows where the honey is." Some of our shoes are made from birch bark. Our plants include the rowan tree and the ivan chai.
Our plants are bright colors, like the rosa de Bayahíbe and the flamboyant tree. Lots of our animals love water or even live in it, such as manatees, turtles, crocodiles, and iguanas.
We have a dish called sole meunière. It's made from flounder, milk, flour, potatoes, parsley, and garlic.
The rose is very symbolic to us. We love dogs and have bred them to do a bunch of jobs like herding sheep, search and rescue, and being service animals for the deaf, blind, and individuals with mental issues. Two of the dog breeds we're known for are the Border Collie and the Labrador Retriever. We have horses that pull carriages call the Windsor Grey.
One of our signature products is shea butter. We use it for many things, such as medicine, cooking, and moisturizing skin and hair. Another one of our plants is the monkey bread and it is like a natural sponge.
We are famous for our koi fish and cherry blossom trees. One of our plants, the camellia tree, has a beautiful pink flower that is Alabama's state flower!
Our traditional dances focus on footwork, one of which is called stomping. Our costumes are intricate and bejeweled.
Our traditional costumes include skirts called kilts.
We share a lot of animals with the Americas, such as most farm animals. We share many plants as well, including many fruits as well as trees. The national flowers of our two countries are the cornflower and the edelweiss. The black eagle is on both of our coat of arms. We consider it good luck if a stork roosts in your chimney.
We believe strongly in the harmony of man and nature, and that everything is connected down to the tiniest bits. We have many types of traditional arts such as kung fu, tai chi, and qigong.