Those who are regular followers of the “Where in the World…” pages will be aware that last weeks twisted photograph was not posted on Wednesday night and along with the answer for Where in the World (74) has yet to be posted. While on trip to Italy I contracted a virus which by Tuesday last week had me hospitalised. For those wondering why I had dropped off the digital grid I have not posted anything on any social media channel or this blog for the last eight days.
Last week’s twisted city photograph seems to have been quite a challenge as I only had one answer in total… And that was a correct one. The city has had visitors for thousands of years including the Romans, Normans, Moors and the Spanish. It was the Spanish who left more architectural gems than any other invader. The city is full of buildings in the Spanish Baroque style more often seen in Central and South America than an island in the middle of the Mediterranean. The island is Sicily and the city Palermo.
Congratulations to Atul (@pixodentist) the only person to identify the city, indeed the only one to submit an answer.
This week’s distorted photograph is of an iconic building that is the reason so many tourists visit the city. Identify the building and you will be able to identify the city.
I know there is less time this week for research but can you identify the city in this week’s Where in the World…? You can leave your answer in the comments below or on my Twitter feed (@lethers) with the hashtag #WITW75. If we mutually follow each other on Twitter then you could send me a direct message with your answer, not forgetting the hashtag #WITW75. You can also leave your answer under the post referring to this on the Travel Unpacked Facebook page (please like the page while you are there). You can also click the contact tab above and send me an e-mail with the answer. Good luck.