Where in the World (359)

The silhouette in last week’s distorted image is very distinctive and because there are very few similar ‘gates’ in cities around the world it only takes a little bit of research to identify the city if you did not recognise it immediately. The emblem on top is very Germanic/Prussian which places it in the German speaking part of the world. It is, as many recognised, the Brandenburg Gate (aka Brandenburger Tor) which you wil find in the German capital, Berlin.

Brandenburg Gate, Berlin

Congratulations to Janette (@GlobalGrapevine), Beverley (@BevSackville), Todd (@toddunctious), Atul (@pixodentist), Jackie (@jackiesjourneys) and Tim (@timofnewbury) who all identified the city correctly as Berlin.

This week the distorted image has a connection to last week’s image and, coincidently, the featured image of the river at the top of this post. However, there is enough clues in the image to identify the city even if the connections are not obvious.

You can leave your answer in the usual way on Twitter (@lethers). Alternatively you can Direct Message me on Twitter. Please make sure that you use the hashtag #WITW359 so that I can find your reply.

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