Where was this photo taken questions This is a list of recently added questions about Where was this photo taken. Where was this photo taken?In St. Louis. The Gateway Arch is a 630-foot (192 m) monument in St. Louis, Missouri. It was built as a monument to the westward expansion of the United States, it is the centerpiece of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and has become an internationally famous symbol of St. Louis. It is the tallest man-made monument in the United States and the world's tallest arch.Created by: Софияhard 48% in Chicagoin Chicago4470in St. Louisin St. Louis10689in Dallasin Dallas4535in Yokohamain Yokohama2325monuments riddles » Where is the famous Fallen Angel sculpture?In Madrid. The Fountain of the Fallen Angel by Ricardo Bellver (1845–1924) is the only well known public monument of the devil. It was erected in 1922 in Retiro Park in Madrid. The sculpture was inspired by a passage from John Milton's Paradise Lost and represents Lucifer falling from Heaven. Created by: Debbie Foxaverage 61% in Parisin Paris2030in Madridin Madrid13419in Romein Rome5744in Londonin London585landmarks riddles » Where was this photo taken?In Madrid. Bear is the symbol of Madrid, just as in case of Berlin. According to the popular story, the original name of the city was "Ursaria" ("land of bears" in Latin).Created by: globalquiz.orghard 49% in Londonin London4907in Madridin Madrid16116in Lisbonin Lisbon4594in Stockholmin Stockholm7217bears riddles » Where was this photo taken?In Paris. The Arc du Carrousel stands west of the Louvre, not far from the more famous Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile. It was originally surmounted by the famous horses of Saint Mark's Cathedral in Venice, which had been captured in 1798 by Napoleon. In 1815, following the Battle of Waterloo, Quadriga returned to Venice and the arc was topped with a copy.Created by: globalquiz.orghard 54% in Londonin London533in Parisin Paris14658in Berlinin Berlin9082in Madridin Madrid2427geography of France riddles » Where was this photo taken?Berlin. The sculpture located atop the Brandenburg Gate was designed by Johann Gottfried Schadow in 1793 as the Quadriga of Victory, as a symbol of peace (represented by the olive wreath carried by Victory). Her olive wreath was subsequently replaced by an Iron Cross.Created by: Kasiaeasy 78% RomeRome2062ViennaVienna1565MunichMunich1811BerlinBerlin19963history of Germany riddles » Play landmarks quiz and see all the questions.