Where in the World (19)

Last week’s “planet” is published below undistorted. The colourful domes and the distinctive shape identify the building as St Basil’s Cathedral. This rather colourful church is an iconic scene which can be found in Moscow

St Basil's Cathedral, Moscow
© Svetlana Gryankina – source: www.depositphotos.com

Three people identified the twisted photograph as having been taken in Moscow. A regular to these posts Tim Thomas (@timofnewbury) was joined by Rich Milligan (@BGCollector) and Kirsty from Black Frog Publishing (@thefrogfather). Congratulations to all three of you.

This week’s “planet” is below. This city is often seen from this viewpoint and there are several clues that should help identify “Where in the World…” it is.

You can leave your answer in the comments below or head over to my Twitter feed @lethers and leave your answer there with the hashtag #WITW19. Don’t forget the hashtag as it will be almost impossible for me to find your answer otherwise. Good luck.

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