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City Images of our training locations

We have been using small pictures for the cities in which we hold our trainings for some years now. Either done through our training partners, such as Gupta Consulting and LGO Knowledge Ltd., or through ourselves.

Our designer Sascha Schmidt turns these city images into real artwork. How much you like them shows that we are always being asked to make these pictures available as wallpapers, or to print on mugs or mousepads.

At least all pictures should be shown once in the overview. We are happy to comply with the last wish today. Here are our cityscapes in alphabetical order. Point or click on a picture to get details.

The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany The Story Bridge in Brisbane, Australia The Faneuil Hall in Boston, MA, United States The Basel Cathedral in Basel, Switzerland The Cloud Gate 'The Big Bean' in Chicago, IL, United States The Rhine Tower in Dusseldorf, Germany The Skyline of Frankfurt, Germany The St. Michaelis Church 'Michel' in Hamburg, Germany The Bank of America Center in Houston, TX, United States The Encounter Restaurant at the airport of Los Angeles, CA, United States The Tower Bridge in London, United Kingdom The Flinders Street Station in Melbourne, Australia The Ocean Drive in Miami, FL, United States The Cathedral of Our Lady 'Frauenkirche' in Munich, Germany The Statue of Liberty in New York City, NY, United States The Independance Hall in Philadelphia, PA, United States The Space Needle in Seattle, WA, United States The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, CA, United States The Schlossplatz Fountain in Stuttgart, Germany The Opera House in Sydney, Australia The CN Tower and the Rogers Centre in Totonto, Canada The Ferris wheel in the Prater in Vienna, Austria The White House in Washington D.C., United States The Canada Place in Vancouver, Canada The Fraumuenster, St. Peter as well as on the right the Limmat river, the water church and the Grossmuenster in Zurich, Switzerland

And to finish with the pictures, here's a little guessing game. No place was given to one cityscape.

Do you know this city?

Guess with us and send us a tweet. The first correct entry will receive a free annual license of Merlin Project.

Posted by Frank Blome on July 18th, 2018 under Internal
Tags: cities

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