That's it. The bell tower really does lean that much, but it dates to the 11th century, so I guess it has an excuse. When I was there in March, there were many skiers in town, taking buses to the slopes. At the end of that day (3/13/20), Andorra closed down everything, including the slopes, to combat the corona virus.
It's probably me again. The difficulty for me is, that I came back to this hobby just a few months ago, and don't have latest photos to be used for the purpose of this thread.
So, here we go: one of the old slides (from '92, lately "scanned", still needing PP), with skillfully masked letters on the building. What's the name of the building?
(We are not in Europe anymore, and I think it's pretty easy.)
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So not Europe, taken in 1992, looks like it was a new building then.
Seems to be a stadium for some kind of sport event.
Where was the 1992 Olympics? (I don't remember so will have to look it up.)
People are wearing overcoats so the temperature isn't too high.
From the look of people it can be in Asia.
Your conclusions are right (except maybe for the relation to the Olympics - that I don't know).
To give more clues - various opening season games of Major League Baseball were held there in 21st century. Also other sport events and performances, from the beginning.