Where in the World (100)
The twisted photograph from last week was more challenging than previous weeks. As one contestant said on Twitter…
…never realised there were so many Capitol style buildings.
There are indeed many “Capitol style” buildings scattered around the world. The most well known of these is the one in Washington DC, capital of the United States of America. The one in the twisted photograph is definitely not in Washington DC nor is it under the jurisdiction of the US Federal Government. It is in fact in the city of Havana, Cuba.
There were fewer answers this week with Naples featuring among the answers. Only one person identified the city correctly, regular Tim (@timofnewbury). Congratulations.
This week’s distorted city is the 100th posting of “Where in the World…” and it remains as popular as ever. I have made it less challenging this week. It is a cityscape view that features a lot on tourist brochures because it includes something that is an iconic symbol of the city.
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 #WITW100. If we mutually follow each other on Twitter then you could send me a direct message with your answer, not forgetting the hashtag #WITW100. 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.