Where in the World (197)
Before I give the answer to this week’s “Where in the World…” I will just mention those who identified the city from Where in the World (195). As the post was pre-scheduled because I am in Sicily I did not have a complete list of winners. Congratulations then to Tim (@timofnewbury) and Simon (@similtiades) who were the only two to identify Paris correctly albeit after I posted an extra clue.
The twisted city from last week pictures the silhouette of the Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar and is believed to be the first church dedicated to the Virgin Mary. It consists of 11 cupolas and 4 towers which give it its unique appearance even in silhouette. The basilica can be found in the city of Zaragoza, Spain.
As with last week this post has been pre-scheduled as I am still in Sicily. There will be a number of posts on Sicily in the not too distant future and maybe even a twisted Sicilian city to identify. However, I digress. I will post the list of winners at a later date.
This week’s distorted photograph is from a busy scene depicting one of the more memorable and iconic historic buildings of the city.
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