Where in the World (171)

The distorted photograph last week was much less challenging to pinpoint then previous weeks. The bridge in the photograph was a great deal easier to identify having appeared in numerous guidebooks and postcards. The green and blue striped poles acted as a confirmation clue to the identity of the city. The bridge was Ponte Rialto which is in the Italian city of Venice.

The Rialto Bridge, Venice
The Rialto Bridge, Venice

Congratulations to Tim (@timofnewbury), someone at Gydem (@gydemapp), Simon (@similtiades), Jackie (@JackiesJourneys), Papamarabou (@papamarabou) and Davide (@travelling_dave)

This week the the twisted photograph is of an iconic building in this city rather than a recognisable skyline. The building is however, a fairly recognisable one in its undistorted state.

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