Asia? China? Forbidden city? Palace of the last emperor?
The forbidden city in Beijing indeed. It was perhaps not so difficult altough the name of the building (in English) is somewhat different but it is similar to the palace of the last emperor.
Here's the explanation behind it:
The sloping ridges of building roofs are decorated with a line of statuettes lead by a man riding a phoenix and followed by an imperial dragon. The number of statuettes represents the status of the building — a minor building might have 3 or 5. The Hall of Supreme Harmony
has 10, the only building in the country to be permitted this in Imperial times. (Source: Wiki - a pretty accurate one this time)
Obviously by creating this mirror image that is exactly what I had in mind taking this shot.
Over to Stef!