Dubrovnik was founded by joining two small towns: Laus (name comes from the Latin word for rock) which was on a small island off the southern Dalmatian coast, providing shelter for the Italic refugees from the nearby city of Epidaurum (today Cavtat); and Dubrava (named after the Slavic word dub for oak), a settlement of the Slavic immigrants at the foothill of the forested Srđ hill.
The city of Muenster in Northrhine-Westphalia in Germany.
The image overlay shows the cathedral, the church of Lambertus, the cityhall of the westphalian peace and parts of the university.
The blue cross marks the house of the most famous German student connections "Winfridia Breslau".
Valparaiso, Chile. World Heritage Site (UNESCO), "a puzzle of houses" (Pablo Neruda). This is an aerial picture in BW, of the city downtown, from an altitude of approx. 2000 feet. I recommend using it as a second overlay of the file "Valparaiso," previously posted here.