Answer to edition 395
The distorted image from last week’s “Where in the World…” was a little more challenging to identify as the only real clue was the fountain visible in the park. The fountain is part of a much larger park devoted to the work of Gustav Vigeland and is one of many green spaces in the capital of Norway, Oslo.
This week's winners
This week's distorted image
This week’s distorted image features a very distinctive and, some would say, iconic building of the city to be identified. Good luck.
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For more distorted cities to identify...
For those who love to identify the distorted cities in this weekly puzzle there is a post with 12 cities, all with Ferris Wheels, to identify.
Clicking on the link will take you directly to Where in the World are these Ferris Wheels?
Hopefully this is the first of several collections to help pass the days while in lockdown.