Nope! In fact, it is New York New York Hotel and Casino, located on the strip in Las Vegas.
Continuing the series, the English seaside town of Whitby is a real fishing and crabbing village, so it’s not surprising the seagulls have grown to huge proportions:
Just outside the Palace of Westminster in London stands a statue of Richard the Lionheart. He lived in the 12th century, but the statue was created in the 1850’s:
I don’t know if they are or if they aren’t, but I took this snap in Paris at the famous Cathedral of Notre-Dame, and they have circles around their heads, so it is not unreasonable to think this:
As you can see, the second one from the right (oddly) sports no beard. Could this perhaps really be Mary Magdelena? After all, this figure is carrying a chalice . . .
Another mystery for me to clear up one day!