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Did you get it right? Yes, this week’s Where in the World? came from Dubrovnik in Croatia. The Adriatic beauty is famed for its old town and even includes a pharmacy dating back to 1317.
It’s Thursday, and Christmas is just around the corner. So we thought for this week’s Where in the World? poser we’d tease back to sunnier times and sunnier climes for Naked Eye Travel. But where was this picture of a sun soaked market square taken?
Rarely visited by tourists from outside Japan, this week’s Where in the World? teaser came from Nakatsu Castle. Well done to anyone who got the right answer.
Somewhere a little bit more exotic this week… but do you know where? Our weekly Where in the World? picture game challenges your knowledge of the world.
The answer to this week’s poser is Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna. At the end of the 17th century Emperor Leopold I commissioned the gifted Baroque architect, Bernhard Fischer von Erlach, to built a palatial hunting lodge for the heir to the throne.
This week’s Where in the World? comes from the heart of one of the greatest empires of Europe. But can you guess which city it was taken in and which building is pictured?
This week’s picture was taken in King’s Park in Perth, Australia. Congratulations if you got it right – Where in the World? will be back next Thursday.
Where in the World? was this picture taken? Our weekly feature challenges readers to identify where our travel photo was taken.