360° panorama by Mohamed Attef.
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360° panorama by Gil Abadines.
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Too nice of a day to waste ... waiting for the sunset and the right 'light'  ... definitely not disapponted by the result.Enjoyed the view at the back of Luna Park here at Milson's Point !http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milsons_Point,_New_South_Wales
360° panorama by Seungsang Yoo(유승상).
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360° panorama by Mark Fink.
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At one time, Bordeaux was a walled city, and here and there, you will find reminders of this. One in particular, the Port Cailhau, was built to celebrate King Charles VIII's victory at Fornovo, Italy. Dating back to 1494, it is in beautiful condition and looks almost the same as it did when first built.As you walk out from the city through the gate, you are presented with an expansive view to the east of the Garonne river and the park built along its bank. This is a wonderful place to have lunch or dinner under the trees and watch the street performers.
360° panorama by Budgawl B.
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The tragedy of Auschwitz remains in our history for ever, and the memory of the victims is held all over the world.
“The future of our civilisation is in our own hands and we must take responsibility for the shape of that future. And a wise vision of future must be rooted in memory.”
If you have visited the Auschwitz memorial, we hope these panoramas help you remember something of what you felt. If you haven’t, you are about to have an idea of how it looks, and perhaps an idea of how it might feel to visit someday. Thanks to our 360Cities members who contributed these images:

 

Auschwitz2 Birkenau Main Gate Rail Entrance

 

Auschwitz II-Birkenau Death Camp Quarantine Barracks

 

KZ-Auschwitz – Crematorium Interior

 

KZ-Auschwitz – Gas Chamber

 

KL Birkenau (Auschwitz II) – Latrine at Men’s Camp

 

Auschwitz by night

 

KL Birkenau (Auschwitz II) – the gate of death bird’s eye view

 

Auschwitz II-Birkenau crematorium 2

 

KZ-Auschwitz – Crematorium and Chimney

 

Auschwitz – “ARBEIT MACHT FREI” – a bird’s eye view

 

Auschwitz-Birkenau

 

Auschwitz II – Birkenau

 

Auschwitz II – Birkenau in winter

 

Auschwitz II – Birnkenau – The Ramp in winter – a bird’s eye view

360° panorama by Vincent Lawrence.
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One of the more rugged area's of Acadia NP's coast, Hunter's Beach area is a geological boundary between the country rock and the Igneous pluton that formed the island. The rocks along this boundary are full of odd inclusions and lots of angles, color variations, and long drops into the ocean! My wife accompanied me out for the evening shoot and made a excellent model.
360° panorama by Vincent Lawrence.
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There is an abandoned trail, now used only by rock climbers, that leads up to this lookout (note the fallen railing).  This was one of the last days of fall color and I was very happy that I hiked up to this location for sunrise that day
360° panorama by H.J.Weber.
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360° panorama by H.J.Weber.
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Gas chamber and crematorium:A former ammunition bunker that was a little off, was converted into a crematorium. There also executions were carried out by the Gestapo court martial for Upper Silesia. In the summer of 1941, a ventilation system was installed. Rooms of the crematorium were converted into a gas chamber by proposed several holes in the ceiling. There, 900 Soviet prisoners of war were killed with the insecticide Zyklon B in December 1941 in an action. Also proven is the gasification 400 Incapacitated Jewish forced laborers who were brought in February 1942 from Upper Silesia there. This first and only gas chamber in the main camp was used only until May 1942.The crematorium itself was in operation until the end of July 1943. Its capacity was not sufficient to after replacement. After the resulting construction documents for the expansion of the main camp in June 1941 and February 1942, it planned to build a new larger crematorium in Auschwitz I. But the order dated October 1941 for five three-muffle ovens at the company JA Topf and Sons was canceled in February 1942; the furnaces were needed for Crematorium II at Auschwitz-Birkenau. The "old crematorium" (or cream. I) was converted into an air raid shelter for the SS guards. The openings were sealed for the pouring of Zyklon B with concrete.After the war, the Polish authorities made these tags reversed to create a museum visual object. In effect, the filler shown today were created only after 1945. From this fact, pull Holocaust deniers one of their most popular arguments. According to testimony of the time involved in dismantling Poland Adam Zlobnicki the subsequently covered with concrete openings were clearly visible. Photos from the period before the reconstruction demonstrate this point.It is believed that a total of up to 36000 dead were cremated in the crematorium of Auschwitz. The number of gassed victims at this location is only a small fraction of that.source: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/KZ_Auschwitz_I_(Stammlager)