As one reader pointed out the Spanish flag was a bit of a giveaway; at least it was possible to identify the country. This would narrow down the research to Spanish cities. The building depicted in the distorted photograph is the Palacio Real or Royal Palace, a building with a chequered history. It can be found in the Spanish capital, Madrid.
Congratulations to Jackie (@JackiesJourneys), Tim (@timofnewbury), Davide (@travelling_dave), Todd (@toddunctious), Simon (@similtiades), Bev (@bevsackville), Atul (@pixodentist), Paco (@Paco_Almanzor) and somebody from Hops from Órbigo Valley (@thespanishyard).
This week we return to a city skyline with several well-known buildings but not the most iconic buildings and/or structures. Like last week this presents less of a challenge than some of the more recent distorted cities.
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