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If you want the background to your picture to be well exposed, but without the subject being close to the background, use aperture-priority (Av) shooting mode.
The exposure of 1/60 second at f/8 is too short to capture any background detail.
Program mode does not allow the shutter speed to drop below 1/60 second with flash, to avoid camera shake blurring background subjects.
In the second picture (Combined), Av mode set an exposure of 4 seconds at f/8 to record the floodlit building, with the automatic flash giving good exposure to the foreground subject.
In effect, two exposures have been made at the same time − one for ambient light, the other for flash.
A tripod is essential for this type of night photography, to avoid blurring the background subject.
Slight movement in the foreground subject is not a problem as it will be ‘frozen’ by the brief duration of the flash.