Archive for October, 2012

360° panorama by Christian Obel.
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360° panorama by Uwe Wieteck.
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In der Konverterhalle wurde das Roheisen in Stahl umgewandelt durch Einblasen von Sauerstoff.Die Maxhütte wurde 2002 stillgelegt und bietet eine Vielzahl interessanter Fotomotive. Das illegale Betreten der Hütte ist verboten und führt zu einer Anzeige. Das Herumklettern in der Industrieanlage ist lebensgefährlich! Es gibt allerdings einen Weg, legal Fotos in der Maxhütte aufzunehmen: Die Firma c-be-media bietet Fotoshootings und Workshops auf dem Gelände an. Nähere Informationen findet ihr unter Fotoshooting Maxhütte
360° panorama by Uwe Wieteck.
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Das Panorama zeigt die Mischerhalle mit zwei Roheisenmischern und in östlicher Richtung liegend die Konverterhalle. Die düstere Halle wird schwach durch gleißende Sonnenstrahlen erhellt, die durch wenige Öffnungen der Halle fallen.Die Maxhütte wurde 2002 stillgelegt und bietet eine Vielzahl interessanter Fotomotive. Das illegale Betreten der Hütte ist verboten und führt zu einer Anzeige. Das Herumklettern in der Industrieanlage ist lebensgefährlich! Es gibt allerdings einen Weg, legal Fotos in der Maxhütte aufzunehmen: Die Firma c-be-media bietet Fotoshootings und Workshops auf dem Gelände an. Nähere Informationen findet ihr unter Fotoshooting Maxhütte
360° panorama by Jan Koehn - panomenia.de.
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With Skyventure over the city Bamberg in hot air balloon.Wikipedia:Bamberg (German pronunciation: [ˈbambɛɐ̯k]) is a city in Bavaria, Germany, located in Upper Franconia on the river Regnitz close to its confluence with the river Main. Its historic city center is a listed UNESCO world heritage site. 
360° panorama by Marcio Cabral.
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Lagoa Misteriosa, which translates as “Mysterious Lagoon”, is a lake at the bottom of a sinkhole, a type of geological formation common in limestone regions. This lake of transparent waters impresses visitors for its incredible depth. It is considered  one of the deepest submerged caves in Brazil, with more than 220 meters of water column (maximum depth reached by professional cave diver Gilberto Menezes de Oliveira, in 1998), which explains why is called mysterious.Lagoa Misteriosa is a phreatic cave, that is, was formed by the flow of underground water that dissolved the limestone in its passage. These types of caves usually are flooded and do not have fragile mineral deposits, such as speleothems.The first dive at Lagoa Misteriosa was done in September 1992 by Augusto Auler, member of a French-Brazilian Expedition that came to Bonito on the same year. In 2008, a team of specialized divers mapped the cave until the depth of 70 meters.The Mysterious Lagoon was the first cave in Brazil to have a "Speleology Management Plan", a document that comprehends the environmental diagnosis of the area and the guidelines for its conservation, approved by CECAV - the National Center for Research and Conservation of Caves in 2010.For those who have never dived before, Lagoa Misteriosa offers a first diving experience called “baptism”, reaching 8 meters. For certificate divers, the depth depends on the kind of certification, and can be up to 60 meters.
360° panorama by Manuel Portillo.
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360° panorama by Marco den Herder.
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Re-enacted battle of Grolle that took place in 1627
360° panorama by kiyoharu takamura.
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360° panorama by Bane Obradovic.
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360° panorama by Hoylen Sue.
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Inside the Old Melbourne Gaol on the first floor.