Archive for December, 2012

360° panorama by Scott Anderson.
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360° panorama by Gianluca Garelli.
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Torino, luci in piazza Palazzo di Città
360° panorama by yunzen liu.
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Qintai culture & arts centre is spreading to No. 1 Han River Bridge in the east, to Yuehu Lake in the west, to Qintai Road in the west and Yuehu Avenue in the North, covering 2.15 km2 in total, building area of scenic spot is up to 500 thousand m2, it is the greatest culture park of Wuhan City, the area of which exceeds the total area of five Hongshan Plaza. Drawing near the Han River, resting the head on Yuehu Lake and backing on Meizi Mountain, here is crowned as “the most beautiful parlor of Wuhan”.The center is built surrounding Yuehu Lake. In the north bank of Yuehu Lake, there are Qintai Grand Theatre and Concert Hall which is under construction; in the south bank, it is the culture plaza including Fenghuang Plaza, Open-air theater for ten thousand people and Yueying Stage; in the east, sitting the verdant Zhiyin Island and figures; musical forest is in the southeast; lotus flower wetland is in the southwest, trestles are zigzagging spreading alongside the lake……http://go.wuhan.net.cn/zhuangti/travel%20magazine/6/7-1.html 360-degree panorama photography by yunzeng liu
360° panorama by Zoran Trost.
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Temple Bar (or Barra an Teampaill in Irish) is known as Dublin’s cultural quarter. It's located on the south bank of the River Liffey in the center of Dublin, Ireland, and is one of the most important tourist destinations in Dublin. During a stroll through the medieval houses, one can see numerous restaurants with traditional Irish food, galleries, shops, cozy ho(s)tels and most importantly – Irish pubs with real friendly Irish atmosphere and live traditional music.
360° panorama by Luis Erantzcani.
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The Mayans said (or so some people think) that December 21st will be our last day and also the end of the world. Well, we don’t know about all that. Perhaps their “prediction” was meant as a metaphor.

But we do think that the Mayans deserve a special 360Cities panorama exhibition of their civilization.

By the way, we hope to hear from you soon!  After December 21st ;) ….

 

“From the top of Caana Caracol mayan ruins, Belize” Panorama made by 

 

Mayan ruins

 

 

“In front of Temple of a Thousand Warriors in Chichen Itza”, Mexico. Panorama made by 

 

 In front of Temple of a Thousand Warriors in Chichen Itza

 

 

“Chichen Itza Maya archaeological site”, Mexico. Panorama made by 

 

Chichen Itza Maya archaeological site, Mexico

 

 

“Tulum, Mexico”. Panorama made by 

 

Tulum, Mexico

 

 

“Gran jaguar temple in tikal Maya ruins. Guatemala”. Panorama made by 

 

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“Costado Ruinas el Tazumal”, El Salvador: Panorama made by 

 

Costado Ruinas el Tazumal, El Salvador.

 

 

360° panorama by luis-sanchez-davilla.
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quilotoa lagoon in ecuador
360° panorama by bibouroku tabito.
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360° panorama by Ansiivan Ansiivan.
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360° panorama by Hoylen Sue.
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The Japanese Garden in the Brisbane Botanic Garden was originally in the Japanese Pavilion at the World Expo '88, which was held in the Brisbane South Bank. It was relocated to the Brisbane Botanic Garden after the expo finished.