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05 March 2011

PizzaQ! Where's and What's This?

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Where is this? What is this?

1 large meat-lover's pizza (veggies & vegans may decline the flesh) with any 2 extra toppings.

EXTRA CREDIT  BONUS ANTIPASTO: What is its Roman Numeral? 


Anonymous said...

Reminds me of some ruins at Siem Reap

Vleeptron Dude said...

well, yeah, we got ruins here ... but not Siem Reap. MUCH more famous.

patfromch said...

Must be Europe, have seen this sort of fortification wall before. But where the bloody hell ? And how come I thought of a maze first time I looked at this image ? And that Tower in the upper right is giving me a hard time as well. I thought of Tycho Brahe's Castle somehow. But why? With the help of reasonable deduction it must be possible to skin that cat. Done it before, out of the blue, can do it again. Crime Writers tend to like to lay good clues for their readers.

Vleeptron Dude said...

Well I already hinted that it's much more famous than Siem Reap ... and in fact it's one of the most famous places on Earth, everybody knows its story.

Vleeptron Dude said...

Oh, and it might not be in Europe.

Ron Bizer said...

Hadrian's Wall?

Vleeptron Dude said...

hey hey ron ron --

you know i'm doing time recuperating from Big Surgery in a rehab joint? I don't think my laptop has your e-mail address, write me (or send me a faux stamp) at

Does basketball do it for you? Michigan just beat Michigan State! That must have thrilled AA. Go Blue!

Okay, Hadrian's Wall is

(1.) a great guess!

(2.) wrong, sorry.

Hadrian's Wall was built about 1200 years after this thing. In the Battle Of Real Famous Things, my wall is arguably more famous than Hadrian's Wall.

Look carefully at the meager puny little hints I've left. One of them may point you in the right direction.

misterfathersir said...

Wall of Troy VII.

Credit to Sontwo for coming up with the answer.

misterfathersir said...

Forgot the What part of the question.
Eastern gate of Troy.
c.1700BC - c.1200BC.
One source says Troy VII another Troy VI\VIIa.