Photo of this decorated house in Nigeria (or maybe Niger) by Bill Hunter (see more photos by Bill Hunter).
When I was visiting Siem Reap there were numerous locations where work was going on to put temples back together. That included less know smaller temples but even Ta Prohm had quite a bit of stones being arranged to rebuild parts of the temple complex.
The Reclining Buddha statue at Wat Pho is 15 meters tall and 46 meters long. The statue and the building that houses it were created in 1832.
Art by John Hunter when I was in Nigeria (and was 10 years old).
Photo of the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington DC. Most of the photo shows a reflection in the shining granite of the memorial. The memorial has the names of those Americans killed during the war engraved into the face (which can be seen in the photo if you look closely).
If you look closely you can see a reflection of the Washington Monument.
Inside of the Phillips Collection Museum in Washington DC with “Figure of the Oriental Theater,” by Paul Klee in the foreground and “Luncheon of the Boating Party” (1881) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir in the background.
The Phillips Collection, opened in 1921, is America’s first museum of modern art.
I think this areas is called the Leper King Terrace on the North end of the Terrace of the Elephants in the Angkor Thom complex, north of Bayon temple (Siem Reap, Cambodia). There is a narrow pathway that winds between the wall of the terrace.