Where in the World (150)

Once entrants recognised the twisted photograph as the Ponte Vecchio as the bridge it was easy to identify the city as Florence; or Firenze to give it its Italian name. A relatively easy one this week.

Ponte Vecchio, Florence
Ponte Vecchio, Florence

Congratulations to Gilly (@gillyarcht), Tim (@timofnewbury), Davide (@travelling_dave), Richard (@RField75), Atul (@pixodentist), Jackie (@JackiesJourneys) and Richard (@MarsRich)

This week we reach another milestone; 150 weeks of “Where in the World…” Six more and we will hit the three year mark. I am working on a prize for Where in the World (156) so do keep checking back. You wouldn’t want to miss it.

Meanwhile here is the distorted city to be identified this week. This particular view is quite a common one for this city but is usually taken in daylight.

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As usual you can leave your answer in the comments below or on my Twitter feed (@lethers) with the hashtag #WITW150. If we mutually follow each other on Twitter then you could send me a direct message with your answer.

Please do not forget the hashtag #WITW150 as it makes finding the answers in a continually changing Twitter feed so much easier; you and your answer is more likely to be found.

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