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Must be Florence and I think the photo is taken from some kind of natural balcony, close to a camping where I stayed during my first visit to Florence in 1978 (that is, if it is not at the opposite side at Fiesole).

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Inspired by a thread in the german forum I would like to start this here:   Procedure is quite simple: - A picture is posted (I'll start on this) - Tell where this picture was taken - if you're right, post your picture   Rules are: - no detail photos - try to select a photo which shows for example a landscape that could be recognized by others - you have to recognize the previous photo if you want to post yours - if nobody is able to recognize your photo you should maybe give us a hin

Ok, here we go folks, sorry for the delay. Please name the statue, the building and the location it is in (Country and region). Good luck Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content. Hallo Gast! Du willst die Bilder sehen? Einfach registrieren oder anmelden! Hello guest! Please register or sign in to view the hidden content. Hallo Gast! Du willst die Bilder sehen? Einfach registrieren oder anmelden!

Dear Enrique and Mark, It is Sarajevo indeed. The second largest Jewish cemetery in Europe, and Sephardic. The tombstones are unique in the world, can't be seen anywhere else. Practically all the graves are from Jews who died before the holocaust. World War II reduced the large Jewish population to a very small minority. I took the picture last spring. During the war in former Yugoslavia, the cemetery was used by Serbian troops to shell the Bosnians in the city. The Bosnians fired back. This

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The place is a weird set of huge underground galleries dug in the mountain, that were famous because Jean Cocteau made a black and white movies in the fifties called "le Testament d'Orphée" (Orpheus' Will). It is now used as an exhibition place with projectors using the walls of this quarry as screens. The place deserves being visited.


Here are pictures of the outside, with some people to show how huge the place is.




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Where is this ?....... a city will do ...... the actual location would be nice .....

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