The winner of last week's quiz is Mark, who quite rightly stated that the building illustrated was the Royal Palace of Madrid (or Palacio Real).Our destination for the month of June is France - a perennial favourite of British holiday makers, with the most visited capital city in the world. Here's the first of our French-themed questions...The church pictured below is one of the most recognisable landmarks in Paris, and sits firmly on the tourist trail where it belongs. The building, with more than 50 stone columns, looks more like a Greek temple than a church and has a fascinating history. It is located north of Place de la Concorde and is notorious for its remarkable size. But what is it called?