Where in the World (348)
The bridge in the distorted image was the biggest clue to the city’s identity. There are a number of cities with bridges constructed along similar lines; notably Rotterdam and Buenos Aires. However, it was the configuration of the supporting pillars that were significant. The X-shape rather than the more common A-shape helped identify the bridge as the Octávio Frias de Oliveira Bridge aka ‘Ponte Estaida’. It can be found in São Paulo, Brazil.
This week the distorted image of a well-known geometric shape that has, as usual, been distorted. Identify the shape and you will easily identify the city. If you can’t then the architecture will probably help. Good luck.
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