Where in the World (356)

The building in last week’s distorted photograph has a very distinct architectural style which on its own might be difficult to identify. However the ‘wedding cake’ style construction disaster is better known than its cathedral neighbour and is often featured in guidebooks, postcards and other travel media. Although it doesn’t look like it in the distorted image it is leaning at an angle and is synonymous with the city of Pisa, Italy.

Congratulations to Dave (@travelling_dave), Atul (@pixodentist), Jackie (@jackiesjourneys) and Tim (@timofnewbury) who all identified the city correctly as the Italian city with the famous leaning tower, Pisa.

This week’s distorted image is a view of a well-known city. However, it is not one of the better known views the city is famous for.

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