As it turned out Where in the World (221) proved one of the more challenging cities to identify. Answers ranged from Helsinki down through Central Europe to Belgrade and Sarajevo in the Balkans. It was, as the architecture suggests a city somewhere in Central Europe. Only two readers identified the city correctly until I posted a clue (in the form of a link where you would find a photo of the featured building) to aid in identifying the city.
The dominant building on the left is the city’s Dom or cathedral and at this time of year the square in front of it is the home of the city’s Christmas Market. The city is Salzburg.
Congratulations to Tim (@timofnewbury) and Davide (@travelling_dave) who identified the city before I posted the clue and to Jackie (@JackiesJourneys) and Atul (@pixodentist) who also identified the city.
This week the distorted city is a little less challenging. It is a view of a city often seen at this time of year and again around Easter.
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