Where in the World (361)

There is a prominent arch in the distorted image from last week. Unusually it constructed from bricks whereas most arches are constructed from stone. Some readers may have recognised the style and the brickwork as being Roman. From the other buildings visible it is obviously in a modern city. A little further research on Google will reveal that it is Arch of Galerius which can be found in the modern Greek city of Thessaloniki

Congratulations to Jackie (@jackiesjourneys) and Tim (@timofnewbury) who identified the city as Thessaloniki.

This week the distorted image has several distinguishing clues as to the identity of the city. However, it is not the iconic city view that is often seen on postcards and in guidebooks.

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 #WITW361 so that I can find your reply.

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