Where in the World (35)

Last week’s “planet” proved somewhat challenging. There were a good number of entries but they all seemed to be drawn to the Iberian Peninsula. Seville and Granada proved to be popular guesses due in part to the style of architecture in the distorted photograph. The city is in fact a long way from the Iberian Peninsula as it sits on the River Elbe in Germany. Famous for its porcelain the city is Dresden and is pictured below in its undistorted format.

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While there were a number of entrants there was only one who identified the “planet” as Dresden. Congratulations to Tim (@timofnewbury) a regular winner on this blog.

This weeks “planet” has a much more modern feel about it. The distorted buildings have become iconic and synonymous with this city but don’t let that mislead you as the city itself is much, much older.

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Can you identify the city? You can leave your answers in the comments below or on my Twitter stream (@lethers) with the hashtag #WITW35. Please don’t forget the hashtag as it makes your tweet and the answer easier to find. Good luck.


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