Thursday, October 11, 2007

Unidentified Earth 20

And here we are again, after last week's abject failure to keep up. Unidentified Earth 19 proved to be the easiest one to date, apparently; my readers beat it up and took its lunch money. It was, of course, St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow. I'm probably supposed to award Quatloos to everyone who got it right, but it turns out that nobody used the church's official name, the Cathedral of Intercession of the Virgin on the Moat. So no Quatloos for anyone! Ha! (Sure, that's unfair, but they're my Quatloos, dammit.)

By the way, it turns out that the Cathedral isn't part of the Kremlin at all, but merely resides next door to the Kremlin. I always thought it was on the Kremlin grounds, but both the Cathedral and the Kremlin are on Red Square. OK then.

Anyhoo, time for this week's puzzler:

Where are we?

As always, rot-13 your answers, please!


Jayme Lynn Blaschke said...

Gur napvrag pvgl bs Onz, Vena?

Seamus said...

Ry Xunmaru, Gur Gernfhel, Crgen, Wbeqna. Vg jnf zl svefg vafgvapg, ohg V jnfa'g oenir rabhtu gb thrff vg. Snzbhfyl qrcvpgrq va Vaqvnan wbarf naq gur Ynfg Pehfnqr nf gur cebgrpgrq erfgvat cynpr bs gur Ubyl Tenvy, cynprq va n zlguvpny perfprag funcrq pnalba fbzrjurer rnfg bs Nyrknaqerggn, guebhtu gur qrfreg, cnfg gur bnfvf, unat n yrsg ng gur 7-11.....