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GSS IN PHOTOS
CHAPTER-1 USA This is the tunnel the children went through and they found a giant frog.
CHAPTER-2 AUSTRALIA This is the tornado that happened in Coober Pedy. This is the opal that They found in a tunnel.
CHAPTER-3 ROMANIA This is the fish that wants to kill them when It has the opal.
CHAPTER-4 GREECE This is the centaur that They saw in the forest and he took them to the tomb the hill. This is Halkidiki beach, where they were.
CHAPTER-5 AUSTRIA The basilisk that exploded when Madison held a mirror in front of it. The gamsbart is a hat typical of Austria.
CHAPTER-6 RUSSIA This is the fir cone that they threw into the mouth of the bear. This is the shining hole where they used to escape from the bear.
CHAPTER-7 POLAND The oscypek is a typical food of Poland. This is the eagle that landed in front of them This is the speech that Justin had to make.
CHAPTER-8 SPAIN The bull run is in Pamplona where they appeared in the middle of the street. This is the stargate they went through. This is Covadonga the place where they had to go.
CHAPTER-9 GERMANY This is the Alexanderplazt in Berlin. This is currywurst a typical food of Germany that they ate. They saw the brachiosaurios in the zoo.
CHAPTER-10 TURKY This is the cave where Selena found the snake with the golden nugget. They landed in this red tulipan field in the Topkapi Palace.
CHAPTER-11 AUSTRALIA They used a hammer to break the rocks to escape from the prison of boys. This is the wombat that helped the boys because It did a tunnel in the ground to escape.
CHAPTER-12 ROMANIA This is the sphinx. It gave them a clue. This is the Bran Castle. There was a legend about Dracula and his pet, the giant bat.
CHAPTER-13 UK This is the London Eye. They thought that the golden nugget was there. This is Buckingham Palace where they appeared and the place where the queen Elizabeth II lives.
CHAPTER-14 USA This is the laboratory of the evil scientist. This is NewYork before that they gave the nugget to the frog… and this is New York after they gave the nugget to the frog.
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