Where in the World (334)

The scene in the distorted image is not the most iconic view of the city to be identified but it is, nevertheless, a major intersection with some distinct features. The distinctive Venetian towers are at the end of Avinguda de la Reina Maria Cristina which leads to the National Art Museum of Catalonia. The plaza was built as part of an International Exhibition in 1929 and is known as the Plaza España. Despite the Venetian towers, the city is Barcelona.

Plaza España, Barcelona

Congratulations to Janette (@globalgrapevine), Beverley (@bevsackville), Jackie (@jackiesjourneys), Tim (@timofnewbury), Dave (@travelling_dave) and Günther and Ursula (@myVideoMedia) who all identified the city correctly as Barcelona.

The distorted photograph this week is of a city that is full of iconic buildings and monuments recognisable the world over. Some are more identifiable than others but all aid in the identification of the city.

As usual, you can leave your answers in the comments below or on my Twitter feed (@lethers) with the hashtag #WITW334. If you are on Twitter then you can Direct Message me with the answer which will be hidden from other readers. Alternatively, email me with the answer here.

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