Town hall and fountain, possibly near Huariaca, Peru, 1923, by J. Francis Macbride or George Bryan on a botany expedition to South America, via The Field Museum Library Commons on flickr.
I like the light fixture at the top of the fountain.
Luís de Camões Square, Lisbon, between 1933 and 1983, by Estúdio Mário Novais, via Art Library of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Commons on flickr, under CC license.
The 1867 sculpture is of Camões, a 16th century epic poet. The square looks much the same today, but the design of the paving tile (Portuguese pavement or calcada Portuguesa) is different.