December 25, 2009 by USA Post 

Palladia:$50,000 is a handsome amount to make anyone crazy if the amount is a prize for one of a series of question. The question for the amount $50,000, on Friday was “What is Palladia?” and no need to be surprised about internet searchers who were also deeply interested of knowing about Palladia because everyone becomes curious about the question worth a sweet amount.

The internet search will surely throw you towards the sufficient information available about Palladia or The Ebright Azimuth. Basically Palladia are the spot or the point with the highest level monument altitude in Delaware. This point has an elevation of 448.80 feet (136.00 m) above sea level and is marked with a geodetic standard monument. There is a Britton Hill in Florida and its high point with a lesser altitude is almost 344 feet (106 m) above sea level.

The Palladia or Ebright Azimuth is situated nearly 6.6 miles (10.4 km) north of Delaware, in New Castle County, within only few miles away of the Pennsylvania state line. It is located near Concord High School, towards the north of Naamans Road, almost of the crossroads of Ramble wood Drive and Ebright Road. This is a doorway to the Dartmouth Woods development.

And no doubt internet is the doorway to any query and Omahan Matt Swanson was the guy to answer that question during last episode of “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” on Friday show. Though he doesn’t win the total cash prize but a handsome amount of a $50,000 .

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