Where in the World is TravelGumbo (#336)

 

Gumbo is off on another adventure. Find him and have fun! 

There will be new clues posted each day this week and the solution to the puzzle will be revealed on Monday.  Keep checking in, observing, suggesting, reading and commenting along with your fellow readers. Good luck!

This week's puzzle requires naming the city and country. 

First clue shows lamp posts, a rotunda dome, and a fountain geyser similar, albeit smaller than that of Lac Leman (aka Lake Geneva).  This maybe the most telling clue of the week.



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An obvious tall brick tower with stained glass windows juts into the blue sky in today's clue...

And, for those who asked for a better thumbnail of yesterday's clue, the picture is repeated below...

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George G

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Thursday is here, and double clues start today with a military statue and a large railroad bridge with a graffiti message.

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The best part of every trip is realizing that it has upset your expectations

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Bicycle wheels and locks.  A lot smaller in scale, but it reminds me somewhat of the bridge of love locks in Paris and the Hohenzollern Bridge, Cologne, Germany.  One of the many city parks has a beautiful dam where I watched locals fishing for their catch of the day.

But where are we? It's Friday, and at least one reader knows! If you do, too, email your answer to TGSuggestions@gmail.com

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George G

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And the final clues...get your answers in to TGSuggestions@gmail.com

And in the final clues: This place was named for its founder who started an important business service here when he was only 17 years old.  Hopefully that bit of knowledge plus the extra clues will help to determine the answer.

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George G

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