Our Geo Quiz can be boiled down to this question:
Where would you find caves carved out of limestone cliffs, and filled with silk banners and colorful 8th century frescoes to attract Buddhist worshipers?
One answer: in western China, near the Gobi Desert in the city Dunhuang.
But the answer we're looking for is a lot closer to home, at the China Institute Gallery in New York City.
Annette Juliano, a professor of Asian Art and History, at Rutgers University, helped to replicate the ancient Buddhist caves in the new world.