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A riddle with seemingly-unrelated clues

Is this
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Where is he working?

It was a
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The Famous Five

I think it represents In order
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Numbers reminding me of cities

These three numbers relate (respectively) to: Because... Diagrammatically:
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Think creatively and prove

We know that multiplying a number by 1 gives the same number. Well, the above equation is not true. But if you change your perspective... ..it is indeed true, beacuse
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Turn it into a city

You can move two matchsticks to make the name of the city... Like so:
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Turn it into a city

Since there's been doubt here is my solution: And yes, you can do it by moving exactly two matchsticks:
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Turn it into a city

This is what I got:
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Two digits in one

It's also: Indeed, I have no specific way of knowing if this is in fact the intended answer but it fits with the geometry tag and, quite literally, lateral thinking. If it's not, well there is only ...
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Quick find the unique answer, it may not be unique otherwise!

The answer is The rebus indicates And the numbers So
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Dramatic follow-up 3D masyu problem

I think I found a more symmetric solution for both variants. I reuse the notation from my answer to the previous puzzle. Green X marks a line going through the layer orthogonally at that cell. In ...
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Dramatic follow-up 3D masyu problem

The way to find the answer to this impossible problem is: Version C: Version D: Anyone feel free to double check the correctness of these, my head hurts with this 3D stuff so I'm not 100% confident ...
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How many Pigeons are there?

What about 11? PS: mandatory filler to reach 30 characters.
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Two digits in one

It's also the digit...
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