Where in the World (344)
Three major landmarks were the major clues to the identity of last week’s city. There were a couple of other confirmation clues too. The tall structure at the seven o’clock position is the Scott Memorial (that is Sir Walter Scott) the clock tower at ten o’clock rises above the Balmoral Hotel and the colonnade in the one o’clock position is the National Monument on Calton Hill. Not everyone is going to recognise all three but even identifying one of them will help. All three can be found in the city of Edinburgh.
Congratulations this week to Janette (@travchats), Todd (@toddunctious), Dave (@travelling_dave), Atul (@pixodentist), Jackie (@jackiesjourneys), Tim (@timofnewbury) and Beverley (@BevSackville) who identified the city correctly as the Scottish capital, Edinburgh.
Having several iconic buildings in a skyline made identification easy over the last two weeks. This week, however, features a single distorted iconic building. Identify the building and you will more than likely identify the city (possibly with a little research). Good luck.
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