WhereArtI #032

Posted on Oct 1, 2012

Merry Monday one and all, how’s your Edinburgh visual knowledge this morning? Well here is another architectual puzzler for you to contemplate and look out for on the way to work.

Clues to come for those who need them, keep checking on facebook and twitter. A big hello to the scotsman.com readers who join in the WhereArtI fun on the first Monday of each month.

Remember to include the hashtag #wherearti with your answers either below, on facebook or twitter and also to keep an eye on the ES facebook page for clues throughout the day. Answers to come by this time tomorrow, and although for now the quiz is just for fun the first three correct answers will get a mention plus a link from my site if they make it onto the WhereArtI leaderboard.

For the time being WhereArtI? is just for fun, but  if you would like your business to appear in the sketch, sponsor the quiz or supply a prize then please get in touch.

Good luck!

1 Comment

  1. ES
    1st October 2012

    Well done to all who correctly told me that this weeks WhereArtI sketch is a detail of the exterior of one of Scotland’s greatest cultural treasures… the John Knox House on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile.
    Located in The Netherbow, the halfway point in the Royal Mile and the site of Edinburgh’s medieval gateway, the House was the home of James Mossman, goldsmith to Mary Queen of Scots, and became known as the final residence of John Knox, the Protestant reformer. (thanks to http://www.ScottishStorytellingCentre.co.uk)

    If anyone knows what the carving means then please let me know below.

    Todays first three correct answers where from @Grant___ (3pts), @arcticlass (2pts) and @lemon_squeezy (1pt). But well done to everyone who got the right answer and don’t forget: the WhereArtI quiz runs every Monday morning at 8am.

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