As GC notes, the original photo was discussed at length here (as well as at OC.net, Catholic Answers, and other Eastern and Latin fora - I'm not sure that I've ever before or since seen a single photo evoke such cross-ecclesial discussion online).
The location of the church eluded us and even GC's inquiry to the site produced no further information. However, the new view provided by our brother, Momomakh, offers us a different view of and considerably more detail of the iconostasis than the original, as well as a view of the chandelier.
I have to admit being intrigued as to whether someone will now be able to identify it. We do have a remarkable track record here for figuring out such mysteries
PS As memory serves, I took a long, hard look at some of the stock photo sites previously, hoping to find the earlier photo, as such sites not infrequently identify either the photographer or the location, but I wasn't able to find the photo in question. I don't have the time available right now to persue that again but, if someone else does, it's a possible route to a solution. (Warning, it is a bit tedious to do and will test your patience.)