Each Monday, I post a mystery photo, or occasionally a mystery object. I invite you to leave a comment if you think you know the location of this week’s photograph. If you guess the correct location, I will link back to your blog when the answer is revealed the following Monday.*
*[Please note that I will release comments in the latter part of each week, usually Thursday or Friday and in this way, everyone can have a guess without a spoiler being revealed.]
This week’s photo – seen above is from the blogger SnowMeltsSomewhere. Thanks so much for your kind submission, Snow. It is great to feature different bloggers and different locations from all around the world. Do you know where it is located? Try hard to not use Google images, please! The featured image shows a close up of the building in the foreground.
Guest contributions to MMP are very welcome. Please flick me an email if you have a photo to submit.
Last week’s guest contributor is Marion from Figments of a DuTchess. Thanks Marion, for submitting a great photo to Monday Mystery. Our first from Belgium.
The photo was shot by Marion, in Leuven, Belgium and is the City Hall, which Tidious Ted from Recipe Reminiscing Blog, thought resembled a cream cake, as it is extraordinary and beautifully ornate. Here is some extra information:
” The present impressive town hall of Leuven is the third one and construction started in 1439. It is a building in Gothic style with four corner turrets, two ridge turrets and a balustrade around the building.
The building has only three floors (although from the outside one would expect a few more floors). There are a few hundred statues in the many niches around the building and around the turrets. Some statues represent biblical figures, other statues scholars, eminent citizens, artists, judges, dukes of Brabant etc. There is even an image of Napoleon and one of the Belgian kings. “
Those bloggers who guessed the correct location/country included:
Excellent effort, everyone! I haven’t been there myself, so I would not have had a clue where last week’s photo was located.
Have you been there? Did you go inside this wonderful building?
Something I have been pondering about since I saw Marion’s photo.