Where in the World (95)

The building in the twisted photograph from Where in the World (94) had some very distinctive domes that placed it firmly in Central or Eastern Europe. However determining which city in that region proved a little more challenging. It is another cathedral (I have recently used a cathedral for Tallinn and York). It is the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia.

© www.vacacionesbulgaria.com – source wikimedia.org

There were four correct answers. Congratulations to Tim (@timofnewbury), Andrew (@SplashDSM), Atul (@pixodentist) and Richard (@RField75)

This week’s twisted image is of both an icon of the city and a general cityscape. This should make identification less challenging for those who prefer city skylines to individual buildings or structures.

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Can you identify this week’s city? Any idea “Where in the World…” it is? You can leave your answer in the comments below or on my Twitter feed (@lethers) with the hashtag #WITW95. If we mutually follow each other on Twitter then you could send me a direct message with your answer, not forgetting the hashtag #WITW95. 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). Alternatively you can also click the contact tab above and send me an e-mail with the answer. Good luck.

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