As we saw earlier, Google uses its astounding intelligence to figure out where your photos were taken all by itself, just by looking for telltale landmarks. Here are some more examples, with the identifications that Google has proposed for them:
Sokcho-si, Gangwon-do, South Korea. Remarkably, the building is brick-for-brick identical to the old Webster Hall hotel designed by Henry Hornbostel in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh.
This very elegant structure is in Montreal, QC, Canada. The French Canadian architectural flair is unmistakable.
Vancouver, BC, Canada. Vancouver is a city noted for its up-to-date style.
National Mall, Washington. The Mall is known the world over for monumental buildings like this.
Rockefeller Center, New York. The streamlined Art Deco style is a dead giveaway.