UPDATED BELOW with the answer.
OK, I’m not going to give this one up quite yet, but I’ll try and make it a little more clear. I must admit it now: I may have played unfairly with Unidentified Earth 14, where instead of showing a photo of a famed locale, I showed the satellite image of the road that leads to that famed locale. Now, a bit of that famed locale is visible in the image I used, but maybe that wasn’t enough. So, here’s another image of that locale:
Does that help?
UPDATE, 8-19-07: Well, that made it a lot easier, didn’t it! Within hours, two correct answers came in. The site is Machu Picchu, in Peru. In the original photo I used, I slid east a hair and used the switchback road that runs up the mountainside to the site, with just a bit of the famed city itself visible at the upper left.