[Answer] 7. I'm at a location where the Russian and North American mainlands almost touch! Where am I?

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...1. Nome 2. Aleutian Islands 3. The Bering Strait 4. Beaufort Sea The western tip of Alaska and the eastern tip of Russia (Chukchi Peninsula) practically meet. They are less than 70 miles apart. The Bering Strait cuts through both land masses separating the continents.




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The Bering Strait:


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