Where in the World (406)

Answer to edition 405

The building featured in last week’s distorted image is probably the most well-known in the city. Followers of Formula 1 racing will have seen it numerous times, probably without noticing, as the cars race by. It has featured in several Bond films and was a filming location for a number of others. The building is Casino de Monte-Carlo which means the city is Monaco.

Where in the World 404 Monaco
Casino de Monte-Carlo, Monaco

This week's winners

Congratulations to Jackie (@JackiesJourneys) who was the only one to correctly identify the city from Where in the World (404) as Monaco.

This week's "Where in the World..."

This week the distorted image features another iconic building of the city in which it is located. Once you have identified the building, and there are a few clues, it will be easy to identify the city.

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