Where in the World (366)

The distorted image from last week is one of those places where you know you have seen the photograph previously but can’t remember where. In its undistorted form it is a photograph often seen in books on Switzerland. The tower in the photograph is part of the 14th-century covered wooden Kapellbrücke (or Chapel Bridge), a much photographed structure in the Swiss city of Lucerne (German: Luzern) on the lake of the same name

Lucerne
Kapellbrücke (Chapel Bridge), Lucerne

Congratulations this week to Jackie (@jackiesjourneys), Todd (@toddunctious), Tim (@timofnewbury) and Beverley (@bevsackville) who all identified the city as Lucerne.

The city in this week’s distorted image has featured more than once in these posts. Although a distant skyline it should be recognisable and if not then the foreground should give you a clue… if you can identify it. Good luck.

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