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Guess the City 18

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Chet

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And yes, it's black and white on purpose! I get artsy when I'm on vacation.
 

Tranplanner

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Well, the first question I have is "just how much of a world-traveller is bturk?"

My first thought was St. Petersburg, Russia...but I don't think so given the office block in the background.

Boston?
 

Chet

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It was too easy

Bucky Alum wins - that's the river Thames (parliament would be to your back).

You win a kiss from the queen.
God save the queen!
 

prudence

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That place mocked me every morning after my visits to the Hung, Drawn, and Quartered Pub...
 

Journeymouse

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IIRC, that's the old GLA (Greater London Authority) building. I think the bridge just off the photo to the right is Westminster Bridge and you were stood on the Westminster pier.
 

Chet

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Journeymouse said:
IIRC, that's the old GLA (Greater London Authority) building. I think the bridge just off the photo to the right is Westminster Bridge and you were stood on the Westminster pier.
YUP!
 

Journeymouse

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*looks smug and polishes finger nails*
However, I'm glad you did this one while I was having the evening off. I'm not sure I would have got it. Only been past that building twice.
 
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