2012-06-13 Where Is It Wednesday?

A record three right answers this week!

Where Is It Used Wednesday Paris

First in was BJ at The Armchair Parisian, followed by Krs at WannaGoTo-Paris and Vreni from Vreni’s Vienna Daily Photo was a close third. Krs’s answer was the most complete (and in French!) so I’ll post his response:

Conçu par Napoléon Ier comme un temple à la gloire de sa Grande Armée en 1806.

La Madeleine.

Right on, Krs!

This week’s mystery building looks a lot the same, but should pose at least a little more of a challenge…

Where Is This?

Where Is It Paris 2012-06-13

Correct answers in the Comments section below win a coveted prize.


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6 thoughts on “2012-06-13 Where Is It Wednesday?

  1. Palais Bourbon ~ built by the Duchess of Bourbon, daughter of King Louis XIV. Now houses Assemblée Nationale, the French parliament’s lower house. Located in the 7th near Pont de la Concorde.

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