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Discussion in 'Passport' started by Go Native, Mar 23, 2009.
Yes. Although the place is so small that there is probably some France in the background,
I haven't been there, but I didn't realise there was so much spare real estate
What? Cliffs? The crags in the background are probably France.
if it were Hong Kong they'd have numerous tower blocks
Ok, I think this is a tougher one.
a mine ?
A Bond villain's lair.
A old mine yes, repurposed, but where?
Salina Turda salt mine, Durgău-Valea ?
That's the one, in Romania. With amusement rides at the bottom!
Here's the public entrance to a castle.
You might want to see some more of the castle.
It is in Greece.
None of those
There isn't. At the back of Monaco is Beausoleil, which is France.
I lived there for a year 1972/3 (I believe I virtually spent the year in a night club)
The castle dominates the harbour area of this Greek Town.
The castle is on an island.
Even though the castle dominates the harbour area of the main town on this island, I had the whole place to myself...well, nearly.
It is on the island of Kos, and the name of the castle ?
Castle of the Knights of St John?
[I think they're the same as the Knights Hospitaller]
That's the one.
castle theme extending
Eastern Europe ?
looks french !
and looks very familiar !
yep x 4
Spent a morning there, driving from Arles to Montpellier.
Northern Africa ?
Lido de Noto?
@Legs Akimbo I will back track, it is considered part of Syracuse, its the island of Ortygia . Seperated by a bridge.
So @Legs Akimbo has it?
Somewhere in the US?
San Francisco Oakland bay bridge?