No real surprise to regular readers of this blog, but I'm travelling again. This time, I'm in a very well-known city, a place you've seen many times before.
When I first arrived, I went for a walk, and found this rather well-known building.
I know you can identify that without any problem. But that's not the challenge.
Today's question is about where I'm standing when I took this photo. In many ways, the place I'm standing is just as interesting as that gigantic building in the pic.
I'll save you the effort of searching for the lat/long here: I took this with my regular camera, which doesn't record that information, so you'll have to work where I'm standing in another way.
Today's questions are:
1. I'm standing on a pathway that's named for the building that was once the glory of this hill. What's the name of that building?
2. Once you know that, who built this amazing building near where I'm standing, and why do only 1% of the people who visit the building shown above, actually walk across the street and visit the equally remarkable building that was once here. (That is, why is this building near where I'm standing so much less popular?)