[OFFICIAL] Weekly Dev Update Screenshot Challenge: Central Eastern Europe

It’s time for another screenshot challenge! The idea is to collectively explore different parts of the world together - areas that may be very familiar to you or perhaps a new place you have never flown before. Feel free to find others to fly with to capture the challenge, or go solo!

Last week’s winner from Bush Flying: CpuGeta486 (Twitter)


This Week’s Challenge

Central Eastern Europe: On Tuesday we saw the release of World Update 14: Central Eastern Europe! Capture a screenshot of your favorite new location or point of interest introduced in this World Update. Tell us where you are, or what the point of interest is if applicable!

World Update 14 can be downloaded from the in-sim Marketplace.

If you have any screenshot challenge ideas for the future, send @Jummivana a DM!

Rules

  1. Any time of day
  2. Any type of weather
  3. Code of Conduct appropriate liveries
  4. Default aircraft and scenery, or aircraft and scenery from the MSFS Marketplace
  5. Up to 10 entries (screenshots) allowed
  6. New: Avoid heavy digital editing or use of filters. Minor editing and touch-ups are allowed.

The rest is fair game! Use your creativity! We will pick the top 11 shots. 1 will be featured as the main photo of the next dev update and the other 10 will be featured in the community section.

You may also add a watermark or username to your image if you wish.

How To Submit Your Screenshot

Just post them below here in this thread, or if you’re on Twitter you can tweet your photo with the #MSFSchallenge hashtag!

Note: For the week the challenge is active, this thread is for screenshot submissions and challenge clarification only. Casual conversation about image submissions is allowed after the weekly challenge has ended. Thank you!

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Trosky Castle

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Budapest

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Brno.

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Lomnicky Peak Observatory, Tatra Mountains, Slovakia

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City of Pecs, Hungary, from a hilltop on a clear morning - real-time, real-weather

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First Light hitting Gerlachovský štít Peak, Tatra Mountains, Slovakia, on a glorious morning - in real-weather, real-time

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LHPR Gyor-Per airport

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Kunětická hora Castle, Czech Republic

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Elbe Sandstone Mountains, Czech Republic.

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LHBY Bony-Gyorszentivan airfield, one of the stops of the Danube bush trip. LHSimulations scenery and Got Friends Wilga.


LHBY Bony-Gyorszentivan airfield, one of the stops of the Danube bush trip. LHSimulations scenery and Got Friends Wilga.

LHBY Bony-Gyorszentivan airfield, one of the stops of the Danube bush trip. LHSimulations scenery and Got Friends Wilga.

LHPR Gyor-Per airport, very close to LHBY. LHSimulations scenery and Got Friends Wilga.

LHPR Gyor-Per airport, very close to LHBY. LHSimulations scenery and Got Friends Wilga.

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Where it all started - Farkashegy, the remains of the first Hungarian glider field in the outskirts of Budapest, very close to the current Farkashegy LHFH airfield.


Another important location for Hungarian glider history, the bungee launching ramp of the old Harmashatarhegyi glider field (lower right corner of the screenshot, long grayish object). You can see the current LHHH Harmashatarhegyi repuloter at the wings of the plane.

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Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape, Czechia


Sevnica Castle, Slovenia

Pore Lighthouse, Croatia

Rajhenburg Castle, Slovenia

Trsat Castle, Croatia

Veliki Tabor Castle, Croatia

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Praha and Trosky


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