Only with the help of Google and I see my answer was not correct as I claimed place of birth. I'll defer to another contestant to provide the correct answer and location. And that asnwer was a complete guess.
Springfield it is. Since you are apparently from Syracuse, NY, I wouldn't think you'll qualify as a FIB. And I don't think your answer would be considered a guess.
We visited Springfield after driving over the Mississippi on the bridge at Hannibal. You identified that picture a while back.
You're up @duncan.brown.
BTW: how's the Dinosaur Bar-B-Que doing?
I'm originally from England, via Milwaukee, WI and Pasadena, CA so you can guess where I learned what a FIB is... Dinosaur has fortunately survived the pandemic and is going strong. Once we get to 70% in Onondaga county, I'll be back there for ribs and beer!
I need to stop guessing or travel more, as I'm running out of skylines. Here's one that I don't think I've posted before.
Not in the picture, but the picture was taken next to very twee things. (And, yes, I had to look up what "twee" means.) Not Zug or Bregenz. I don't know those places, so I can't say if it's one of those kinds, but perhaps. Zug is close in distance. Maybe this helps:
I think I've got to give that one to RG - it is indeed Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland's national stadium and the record-holder for the biggest attendance at a football game in Europe with 150,000 for an England-Scotland match in 1937. Although the biggest stadium in Europe at the time it was built (in fact Glasgow had the three biggest), it was a bit of an oddity in being the home ground of Queen's Park, who currently play in the third level of Scottish football. They sold it to the Scottish FA last year and it's topical as one of the grounds currently hosting the current Euro 2020 (sic) football tournament.
I was a little bit sneaky as it's only ever had an athletics track for the 2014 Commonwealth Games - the above photo is from the closing ceremony, unfortunately I the only pics I had of the whole stadium at the athletics I went to was before most people had taken their seats, and the saltire on the seats is a bit of a giveaway!
OK then sticking with the Stadium theme - one close to my heart, but quite famous for one reason or another.
I think I've inexpertly hidden the name - but I bet there's other clues if you zoom in too close... Might be quick then!