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  • No, Max, this is the answer I wanted to see. There are so many copies, or better implementations of the Capitoline Wolf statue that I thought it wouldn't be trivial to identify this one. cf. https: ...
  • Right you are! Over to you!
  • No.
  • where? (building)
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    Pont de la Caille and Pont Caquot, Haute Savoie, France https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pont_de_la_Caille https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pont_Caquot https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pont_Caquot#/media/Da ...
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    Easier to find than I expected. Try Australia, bust , and additionally a central building. Or try a more emotional metaphoric expression for the leading mind in planning a certain transport system.
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    The ground where his bust in double lifesize was unveiled (November 2020) is his gift to the people of New Zealand. Cui honorem, honorem!
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    When I checked my first photo, the answer was glaciokarst with a variety of examples. Arthur's Seat is not the exact answer to my question but Salisbury Crags. As we are at the end of GTP 220 I ...
  • Created discussion thread Guess the Place #221
    This long-running thread started way back in 2009. Number 1: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/33469604 This is number 220 in the series. GUESS THE PLACE RULES These are the rules for this ...
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    last photo because the others I have are immediately identified by Google
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    The same popular footpath seen from one of the hills around: Max, I kept walking on that easy footpath, but if you mean the ladder further down – originally leading to heaven – I tried it, yes.
  • What's the name of this rock formation?
  • Matthew Flinders ? Then we would see his cairn at Arthur's Seat on the Mornington Peninsula, VIC. He climbed up this hill in 1802? cf. https://poi-australia.com.au/points-of-interest/australia/vict ...
  • "Yes, but no Irish or German elements in this one - maybe just an old whaling barque." These clues seem to hint at Queenstown, cf: https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/65358054
  • Indeed, it is  Königstein. Free turn, then.
  • where and what?
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    Echternach,   Luxembourg, Prehistory Museum ? https://www.google.com/maps/@49.8129336,6.4230404,3a,75y,219.15h,90.57t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sGCkk0hz3X5PU8hyyvS5IwA!2e0!7i13312!8i6656
  • Correct. Over to you!
  • Yes, the mayor of this city became Minister of Finance.  Another clue: After a lost battle a French king was brought to this place as a prisoner.
  • In case you need some recovery from the Rembrandts, Rubens and others you may look out of the window:
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