Answer to Where in the World (372)
As mentioned in the post last week the distorted image featured a site that is important to one of the world’s major religions. The photograph depicts a Sikh temple. Known as the Harmandir Sahib it is more commonly known, in English, as the Golden Temple because it is plated with Gold. It can be found in the Punjabi city of Amritsar, India
This week's distorted city
This week the featured structure in the distorted image will not have been visited by most of my readers. This might make it more challenging to identify. However, it is one of the iconic structures of the city and will have featured in various media outlets.
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News of another quiz
weekly Quizzes are popular on the Travel Unpacked website as evidenced by the longevity of the “Where in the World…” quiz.
For those who love to test their travel knowledge I have posted a new quiz with 10 undistorted images of TV towers that are iconic and unique to the city in which they are built. These are not the structures of steel girders perched on nearby hilltops but have sprouted up from the city environment itself.
Can you identify all 10 cities? Some are easy to identify others are a little more challenging. Click the button below to start the TV Towers Quiz