Where in the World (164)
The name of the building in last week’s puzzle – Plaza de Toros – sets the scene. It is likely with such a name that the building, a bullring, is in a city with strong Spanish connections and a culture of bullfighting. The Spanish flag above the bullring puts it firmly in Spain (no surprises there).
With numerous cities in Spain, each with their own bullring, you would have to have visited the city where it is to identify it. Alternatively seeing it in a guide book might help or do a little online research (yes, it is allowed). This particular Plaza de Toros is in Madrid
Last week’s city proved difficult for some people so this weeks is, I hope a little easier. Hopefully there is a good mix; some more challenging and others less so. This week the distorted photograph is of a structure that is iconic and has always been associated with this city.
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