Where in the World (14)

Last week’s “planet” proved far more difficult and misleading. It was also a record week for answers. None however, managed to correctly identify the city. I have posted it below in its undistorted form.

© Jerry Wong – source: www.flickr.com

The wheel was perhaps most misleading with several people identifying it as the London Eye. The wheel you can see is actually the Singapore Flyer and the armadillo-like buildings are the Esplanade Theatres. It is not the usual iconic view of SIngapore but together these two landmarks identify it. Thank you to everyone who took part.

This weeks “planet” is posted below and is a city with a more distinctive skyline and a good deal more visible history than the modern metropolis of Singapore.

Can you guess “Where in the World…” this city is? Write the name of the city in the comments section below or if you prefer head over to my Twitter feed (@lethers) and leave your answer there with the hashtag #WITW14. Good luck. Answer published next Wednesday with a new planet to guess.

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