We think it's La Madeleine.
Il y a seulement un "z" en quiz en anglais!
c'est l'église de la madeleine, bien sur.toujours un plaisir de visiter ton site, eric
Is it the Pantheon?
Looks like the Grand Palais?RodneyAlisoviejodailyphoto.dolorin.com
I'm with Katie K and Matteo. The columns seem to be those of La Madeleine. I'll look forward to your revelation. If indeed it is La Madeleine, I recall seeking refuge inside it one rainy afternoon a couple of years ago. A nice Parisian spring rain that let up after one hour. Suffice to say that hour inside the church didn't harm me any.
Or la Bourse, l'Assemblée Nationale... allez, je donne ma langue au chat.
Thank you anonyme ;) Huh, you guys are pretty good...
La madeleine was one of my first photos that I took in Paris, because it was so strange for me to find a building there with ancient greek columns (kiones in greek). The next times I visited this area, I visited the local market nearby, where I discovered a fantastic shoe shop with quality leather shoes much cheaper than here in Athens!
I also thought of La Madeleine as soon as I saw the picture. It's one of those buildings you don't forget because you rarely see columns like that on a church
Très belles photos que j'aurais aimé faire.Nous avons un blog:http://danieletdidier.blogspot.comMerci de le visiter, faire des commentaires et, peut-être échanger nos liens.Merci, @+Daniel
Moi, je vote pour l'Assemblée nationale
Είναι το Pantheon. Μια μικρή άποψη της Ελλάδας
I am going to say Madeleine church too.You took this photo on June 13, when you attended that concert inside the church. Did I guess it right?! I love a quiz!
My first thought was the Assemblee Nationale, the second went to La Madeleine. Then I read other readers' comments and figured we were all along those lines...
When I first saw the photo, I wanted it to be the Palais Garnier, because that is one of my favorite locations in Paris... But alas, the columns are too far apart. I'll have to jump on the bandwagon and say it's Madeleine.By the way, I'm new to your blog -- I've only been reading it for a week or 2 -- but I love it! Keep those great photos coming :)
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I cheated. The capitals are very similar to those of the Pantheon, but there are differences in the decorative elements of the building. Alors, c'est la Madeleine.
Hmmm, I think these here are three of the 52 corinthian columns of La Madeleine, which was built in the neo-classical style. And I think Monica's deductive reasoning as to when this photo was taken is probably on target. At any rate, very clever, Eric, to do a pop quiz. We love them even more so if we don't fail them. :)
I thought that it was La Madeleine, at first, but then it might also be The Pantheon. I am not quite sure which it is.
...and let's all welcome kbam to the circus!
Monica is clever!
I thought the Pantheon but the top (cornices?) are the Madeleine, I think.More, please!
Trocadero? Great photo! Again.
Coltrane_lives and anonyme thanks!but Eric didn´t confirm yet if he DID take this shot on June 13!:-)
I say it is La Madeleine. Are you back in Paris yet? or are you still in Boston? In case you are still in Boston, try and visit Bistro Petit Robert. Tell the Chef (Jacky Robert) you know me and that he should dine you for free, and if he says no, try begging. H e is an ecxcellent chef, seriously.
My first guess is La Madeleine. I think it might be a trick though, since you just showed us something there, however Monica makes a good point! Hmmmm.... I am ever so curious. Please end the suspense soon, monsieur.
Qu'est-ce qu'on gagne si on trouve? ;)
He loves, just loves, to keep us all hanging doesn't he, our Eric? We're all bursting to know. Ah, though, we forgive him don't we (whisper to me Eric i won't tell anyone)?
I'm here, I'm here... Sorry I'm still in Boston (that answers your question Clo, and thank you for the tip on Le petit Robert - you know it's the name of a famous French dictionnary right?) and it's not always easy to come back on time to post my photo...So...Ta da...And the winners are...all those - pretty numerous actually - who said: La Madeleine.And the grand prize goes to Monica who even guessed when I took this photo, for yes I did take it the day I went to this concetr at La Madeleine.Once again I am amazed by the talent of my visitors.Bravo!Lynn LOL!And thank you anonymous for letting us know about the "52 corinthian columns" I did not know there were 52!Also welcome back to Elisabeth - it's been a while,- we missed each others when you were in Paris.M. Benaut, don't tell me you speak greek on top of all your talents??Tomate, sorry, there is nothing to win not even a T-Shirt LOL.Welcome to Didier or Daniel, Kbam and all my new visitors. Newcomers are always welcome here.
I'm impressed by not only your photos, but also by how you manage to keep us vulchers circling around and above your blog, always wanting more. You're doing a fantastic job here, and I hope you'll be around for a long time.
Oh, I thought of three buildings with columns, Madeleine, Assemble Nationale and Opera. I'm not an expert but at least I know a few buildings with columns - it's a start I guess.
A grand prize! Wow! even though it's a non existing prize, like you explained to Tomate, I am very happy with it. Let's just say it's a honorary prize! ;-)
Awwwwwwwwwwww I'm TOO LATE to GUEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSS! LOL!That's OK...I would have said a table leg from CHA CHA CHA!!!LMAO!;)Miss you ERIC!!!!xo
Well done Monica.Eric well although i didn't win, you can still whisper to me if you want... ;) lol.
Come on, Eric; I guessed first! Fair is fair. The grand prize c'est à moi et à mon mari qui s'appelle Eric aussi.
I'll admit, I hadn't a clue for the quiz. That's ok, though, you know my fascination with architecture, so I instantly fell in love with this photo!
Katie K LOL, OK, OK... Since your husband's name is Eric too that makes another reason to give you a second Grand Prize. Sorry Monica LOLBiased, me? Are you kidding??
that´s ok Eric... I´m not jealous!;-)
le petit Robert...such memories at university. Eric what do you do to me?
A bit to late for a guess. But I would have said: your home front steps, or your dog's house.Come on guys, be realisitic (and creative), our Eric is worth such a monumental treat, isn't he?!...
Eric, I love your photos and, of course, I love Paris. Although I live near Boston (welcome, belatedly, by the way) a part of my mind and my heart are always in Paris. Thanks to your photos, I get a new view daily. Again, merci!
I took the same photo last week
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