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Kerry Drager
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    Hi Jim,
Wow, what an intriguing - and eye-catching - photo!

I think this is an excellent choice for the "Where in the World?" quiz for BetterPhoto's free PhotoFlash newsletter.
Kerry


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Have fun guessing where this fine photo was taken. We'll check back over the coming days to see how things are going. Meantime, keep the guesses coming!


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7/3/2007 8:13:55 AM

 
Heather E. Lupo
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Forgove me if this sounds too silly of a guess... but is it Disney World's Haunted Mansion grounds?


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7/4/2007 5:35:40 AM

 
Loan Tran
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This image reminds me of the movie "The Sound of Music" except the color light seems odd, staged-light to me. Heather, your guess might be right.


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7/4/2007 6:34:40 AM

 
Eva Pastor
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I think the "Sound of Music" just might be right. Europeans have a lot of weird chapels inside mountains and caves. My guess would be somewhere in Europe ... maybe Spain or Italy.


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7/4/2007 7:37:05 AM

 
Jim Smith  

Is that the Cave Chapel in Budapest, Hungary?


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7/4/2007 11:01:20 AM

 
LINDA GUIDROZ
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The pictures is so beauitful...
Is it The Cave of Saint Sophia in Greece?


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7/5/2007 8:22:48 AM

 
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Hi Everyone,

Nobody came close to this one. This is the entrance to the Salt Cathedral (in Spanish 'Zipaquira') near Bogota, Colombia. It is a salt mine converted to a cathedral, and it can hold 10,000 people. It was purposely made smaller than St. Peters Basilica in the Vatican out of respect for the center of Catholicism.

Jim


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7/30/2007 7:05:44 AM

 
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