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UDATE: Several of you got this right. Its the entrance to the the Treasury of Atreus, which is also called the Tomb of Agamemnon. Both those labels are false, as it's older than both Atreus and Agamemnon. It was a royal Mycenaen tomb build, incredibly, in 1250 B.C. 

The inside is amazing. And the stone above the entrance weighs 120 tons. 

http://j.mp/OelWjb

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treasury_of_Atreus
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On the set of the Stargate reboot you're going to announce to us later today. 
 
Not enough vegetation to make an accurate guess, but I don't think it's a plain in Texas. I think it's at the foot of a volcano in Iceland.
 
Can't to be too far of the beaten path. Unless you're gifted with those flip flops. ;-D
 
are we allow to use "search  Google with this image" ? :grin:
 
Men's rest room at the Las Vegas Luxor Hotel?
 
Hmmm blind shot ¿Viet-nam? Ankor Bat?
 
I've seen this in a History video! It's definitely somewhere in Africa or Greece... my gut feeling is Egypt, but who knows.
 
Yeah, where is it?
 
It's kind of fascinating that it's known as both a tomb and a treasury.  Fitting in that we find such tombs to indeed be treasures in the modern world.  Treasures of knowledge and awe about the world we came from.
 
looks like a place i saw in Caesarea in Israel
 
Agamemnon's tomb, Mykene, Greece
 
+Mike Elgan : main entrance of the 1st Olympic stadium in ancient Olympia, Greece.

Wrong
 
Looks a little like the Lion Gate of Mycenae without the Lions. Am I close? By the way, a good picture of you! I Like.
 
The newest trashy knock-off Trump hotel in Vegas?
 
It is definitely the treasury of atreus - just found it. Dang - I should have known that!
 
Somewhere in the Arabian Peninsula
 
The Treasury of Atreus!
Google Image rocks!
 
The set of the live-action movie of the Atari Adventure (1979) game
 
Treasury of Atreus, Agamemnon's Tomb. I was there with my family last month. Nice place to cool off from the summer heat. Hope you enjoyed!
 
Okay I vote for the Treasury of Artreus. Now explain what the T of A is.
 
Mycenaean shaft tomb?
 
Treasury of Atreus.  (I love Google Image search extension)
 
The Treasury of Atreus – also known as the Tomb of Agamemnon – is the largest and most impressive of the nine tholos tombs at Mycenae. The location of the Atreus Tomb has intrigued archaeologists for many years but by studying the landscape, the courses of the ancient roads and the various lines of sight at Mycenae, archaeologist David Mason believes he has found out why such an unusual and distinctive site was chosen for the tomb.
 
thought it was a Mayan City because of the arc at the end , quite similar to Mayan arc
 
Outside! Dang I'm bad at these...
 
Is it Mycenae? I guessed before looking at any comments. I think at one of the tombs. I think the story that goes with it is the story of Agamemnon who sacrifices his daughter? To get the gods to provide the wind for his forces to sail to the Trojan war and I think his children then kill him in retribution. It's been a long time since I read Agamemnon and Clytemnistra or Electra which are the relevant plays. Sorry if I have some of the details wrong. 
 
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blanking on the name (haven't looked at other responses yet) but that arch is pretty unique... Think it showed up on Weller's engineering series
 
The exit of a public restroom somewhere in Greece. You look so relieved ;-)
 
According to Google goggles this seems to be Treasury of Atreus in Greece. 
 
Several of you got this right. Its the entrance to the the Treasury of Atreus, which is also called the Tomb of Agamemnon. Both those labels are false, as it's older than both Atreus and Agamemnon. It was a royal Mycenaen tomb build, incredibly, in 1250 B.C. 

The inside is amazing. And the stone above the entrance weighs 120 tons. 

http://j.mp/OelWjb

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treasury_of_Atreus
 
+Mike Elgan when I went to this site, I nearly fainted because immediately I could imagine there from the landscape this from Sophocles' Agamemnon of fires to be lit to tell of news in those times: "Once more on guard I look for the signal brand, The flash of fire that shall bring news from Troy...."
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