Last week’s Where in the World…” featured two Christmas markets to help identify two distorted cities. The first distorted photograph featured a town hall (or in this case a Rathaus) and the second a museum. Both could be used as identifying clues as to their location. The first was the Rathaus in Vienna and the second, written on the building behind the market, was the Romish-Germanisches Museum which is found in Cologne.
Congratulations toTim (@timofnewbury) and Simon (@similtiades) who both identified the first city as Vienna and Tim (@timofnewbury), Simon (@similtiades) and Jackie (@JackiesJourneys) who all correctly identified the second city as Cologne.
This week’s city is generally identified by two iconic structures. The distorted photograph shows one of them. Identify the structure and you have the city.
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