Where in the World (170)
Apart from a dramatic sky which gives no clue to the identity of the city there is a church silhouetted against the sunset which does give a big clue to the city’s identity. It is St Vitus Cathedral which is in built on a hill overlooking the city and dwarfs the castle surrounding it. The city is the capital of the Czech Republic, Prague.
Surprisingly with such a distinctive skyline only one person identified the city correctly. Congratulations to Tim (@timofnewbury) who is probably the most regular of all readers and identifies the city each week with very few exceptions.
This week the distorted photograph of an often seen view of the city to be identified. Indeed the view is synonymous with the city and almost always appears in guidebooks and brochures featuring the city.
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