It’s in Saudi Arabia.
The idea behind What3Words.com is pretty neat: describe every 3m x 3m square on the globe with a unique three-word combination. So eagle.sheep.horn describes a spot in front of Sydney Opera House, for example.
Confusingly, empire.state.building describes a point on a road in the Kanagawa prefecture of Japan.
There’s plenty of choice if you want to find a particularly apposite, amusing or just surreal location. Consider delicious.fresh.coffee found in Brazil, secret.agents.everywhere in Northern Russia. or the embarrassing.parsnip.incident in Bulgaria.
The challenge is find good locations in 100 different countries or states (U.S, Canada or Australia) that describe either some unique feature (fire.breathing.dragon), or reason for going/avoiding there (unsettling.gurgling.sounds).
Oceanic locations are excluded, so access to the secret.government.bunker off the coast of Japan is denied, unfortunately.
I’ll start it off with: