Archive for the ‘Great Panoramas’ Category

360° panorama by ErcanKapkac.
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360° panorama by You Changyeol.
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Kimchi Culture UNESCO Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity listed 1st anniversarySeasoned by Ten Millon Hands, Unique Culture of Making and Kimchi in SeoulA new beging of Korean Gimjang culture where 10 million Seoulites and the citizens of world get together to make and shere Kimchi and experience Gimjang as a socile movement, art and culture
360° panorama by zeljko soletic.
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360° panorama by Andrey Litvinov.
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Rosetta’s lander Philae has returned the first panoramic image from the surface of a comet. The view, unprocessed, as it has been captured by the CIVA-P imaging system, shows a 360º view around the point of final touchdown. The three feet of Philae’s landing gear can be seen in some of the framesCopyright ESA/Rosetta/Philae/CIVA
360° panorama by David Burton.
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Upper level of Sanhsia Tsu Shi Taoist Temple in New Taipei City, Taiwan
360° panorama by Aleksandr Reznik.
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360° panorama by Gary Davies.
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Built in 1830, the Mull of Galloway lighthouse guards Irish Sea shipping at the southernmost tip of Scotland. Also known as Stevenson Tower, the beacon is one of more than a dozen lighthouses built by the Scottish civil engineer Robert Stevenson. Perched 99 metres above sea level, the light, can be seen as far away as 44 km. The originl paraffin lamp was replaced by an electric sealed-beam in 1971, becoming fully automatic in 1988. It remains in use and is now remotely monitored from the Northern Lighthouse Board’s headquarters in Edinburgh.
360° panorama by Jerzy Pajor.
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360° panorama by carlos martin.
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In the middle of the water mirror at the place de la Bourse, Bordeaux, France
360° panorama by Jerzy Pajor.
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Full version is here: http://pajorama.eu/uj/collegium-novum-eng.html?s=pano24&h=77&v=-2&f=90&s=pano11&h=30&v=-4&f=90This panorama was created to mark the 650th Jubilee of the Jagiellonian University. It shows the interior of the main Jagiellonian University building, the stately Collegium Novum, located at ul. Gołębia 24 in the very heart of Kraków Old Town. Some parts of this building are normally closed to the general public. The virtual tour aims at presenting the rooms that may be difficult to access in real life and are definitely worth seeing and remembering. In these picturesque interiors, the many-centuries-long history of the Jagiellonian University meets the present, reanimated by the youthful vigour of people studying in Kraków. You are welcome to experience this special atmosphere by taking a virtual tour of the Jagiellonian University Collegium Novum