September 9, 2019
Do you know this place?
Dorfbrunnen Plaz, Scuol
Tower of the Chiesa Parrocchiale di Santa Maria e Santi Filippo e Giacomo, Sandrigo
Grand Rue, Lutry
My Kingdom, my kingdom for more resolution!
The name of the village is written on the road sign in the bottom left corner. It looks like an italian road sign. The first part of the writing could be "loc.", meaning "località" (resort, locality), as usual for a detached part of a community.
The architecture of the building reminds me to the one of the "Palazzo vescovile" in Balerna, Switzerland (but in another urban context: external link That, and the morphology of the mountains could point to northern Italy, like north Lombardy.
But where exactly?
Well done CuriousJM! For cmessina I can add that the shape of the glacial top of the Mount Titlis behind is well known to Swiss residents and tourists, as it represent as well the logo of the region: external link and external link
Sorry, bad link of the church picture in the first comment: external link
Austria, St. Anton am Arlberg. View over the old train station (before 2000) and the St. Anton Pfarrkirche (two towers: one with "onion" on the top, the other one without external link
At the center of the picture, the old Haus Wiesenheim, where I put the marker.