Where in the World (330)
Last week I supplied a number of clues that would, hopefully, help in identifying the distorted city in Where in the World (329). The saint with a connection to Boxing Day or 26 December and mentioned in the carol ‘Good King Wenceslas’ is Saint Stephen. His feast day is 26 December and the cathedral in the photograph is dedicated to him. A little research would reveal that it is St Stephen’s in the city of Vienna.
The city was incorrectly identified as both Ulm and Prague, however, congratulations go to Jackie (@jackiesjourneys), Tim (@timofnewbury), and Dave (@travelling_dave) who all identified the city correctly as Vienna.
Happy New Year to all those reading this page whether for the first time or as a regular. This week the distorted city to identify should be a little less challenging. It features a skyline with a couple of buildings that will provide clues to the cities identity.
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