via 360 Cities on 8/16/10
Panoramic photo by Ruediger Kottmann.
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UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe Völklinger Hütte: Das ehemalige Eisen-Hüttenwerk in Völklingen wurde 1873 gegründet und nach über 100-jähriger Betriebszeit 1986 stillgelegt. Im Jahre 1994 wurde das Hüttenwerk in die Liste der UNESCO als Weltkulturerbe aufgenommen. Auf einem bequem begehbaren Rundweg über Brücken, Treppen und Stege, kann das imposante Industriedenkmal besichtigt werden. Hier lässt sich eine Besuchergruppe die Funktion eines Hochofens erklären.

via 360 Cities on 8/14/10
Panoramic photo by Sandor Veress.
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The Gellért Thermal Bath and Hotel, known world-wide and highly favoured by foreigners, built in a secession style, opened its gates in 1918 and was expanded in 1927 by the wave-bath and in 1934 by the effervescent bath. In the course of the modernisation accomplished in our days, the sitting-pool in the swimming complex, the outdoor sitting pool and the children’s pool were renovated; they were equipped with a state-of-the art water filtering and circulation device. At present, nearly all healing facilities may be used in the Gellért Thermal Bath. The Bath includes a department offering complex thermal bath acilities (daytime/outpatient hospital), it also has an inhalatorium. (http://www.budapestgyogyfurdoi.hu/en/gellert/history#)

via 360 Cities on 8/12/10
Panoramic photo by Geoff Mather.
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During the PanoTools 2010 excursion we visited this Cider Farm. Before the mini-bus arrived at the Countryman Cider farm, inside the shop.

via 360 Cities on 8/8/10
Panoramic photo by Martin Broomfield.
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The existing building of Chartres Cathedral is the greatest example of French Gothic architectural style. The cathedral contains outstanding sculptures and stained glass windows.

via 360 Cities on 8/6/10
Panoramic photo by Renat Mansurov.
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via 360 Cities on 8/4/10

Panoramic photo by PaVeL Bobkov.
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Far thunder storm, Brest.

via 360 Cities on 8/3/10
Panoramic photo by Stephan Messner.
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via 360 Cities on 8/2/10
Panoramic photo by sven-kaufmann.
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via 360 Cities on 8/2/10
Panoramic photo by Romain Calvetti.
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via 360 Cities on 8/2/10
Panoramic photo by Vil Muhametshin.
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via 360 Cities on 8/2/10
Panoramic photo by Vil Muhametshin.
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This reconstruction portrays an Iron Age dwelling and workshop of a Latgalian jewelry maker.

via 360 Cities on 8/1/10
Panoramic photo by Hernán David Muñoz.
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http://www.metrodemedellin.gov.co/

via 360 Cities on 8/1/10
Panoramic photo by Larry Beasley.
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The Giant’s Causeway is located in County Antrim, on the northeast coast of Northern Ireland,and is the most popular tourist attraction in Northern Ireland. The tops of the columns form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea. Most of the columns are hexagonal, although there are also some with four, five, seven and eight sides. The tallest are about 12 metres (36 ft) high, and the solidified lava in the cliffs is 28 metres thick in places. For more information see:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant’s_Causeway

via 360 Cities on 8/1/10
Panoramic photo by Colin Ewington.
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This is part of a series of images taken around the old Ruins of Larundel Psychiatric Hospital in Bundoora, which is east of the Victorian capital city of Melbourne. These buildings have been abandoned for years and now lay in ruins.

via 360 Cities on 7/31/10

Panoramic photo by Alan Bruce McLean.
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Fairy Glen can be found in Glen Conon near Uig on the Isle Of Skye . It is a very unusual place as everything as the title suggests is miniature in size from the surrounding hills , trees and loch . The rocky tower seen here is also known as Castle Ewen and can be easily climbed to see the whole of the Fairy Glen from above . Ideal spot for a picnic ?? A rather impressive waterfall can be seen to the north from here also

via 360 Cities on 7/31/10
Panoramic photo by Marcin Klaban.
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Satyryczny spektakl lalkowy “Blok z Powiśla”, przybliżający powstańczą codzienność w kamienicy na warszawskim Powiślu, w ramach obchodów 66. rocznicy wybuchu Powstania Warszawskiego.

via 360 Cities on 7/30/10
Panoramic photo by Vil Muhametshin.
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via 360 Cities on 7/30/10
Panoramic photo by Andrea Biffi.
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San Carlo al Corso (wikipedia)

via 360 Cities on 7/28/10
Panoramic photo by Tom Sadowski.
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The fish wheel is basically a mechanical dip net powered by the river current. When floated on the river, the current turns the baskets like a paddle wheel. Salmon, moving upstream, swim into the baskets and get swept out of the river. When the baske comes out of the water, the basket’s tilted bottom channels the fish out of an opening and into a hopper on board the float. This panorama was made the day before salmon season opened for the fishwheels. Normally these devices would not be sitting idle as people would be working on them to get them ready for opening day. However, the wind was so fierce on this morning that it picked up and flung glacial rock dust and sand from the valley floor making productive work impossible. (There is another panorama of the fish wheel seen to the south. To vew it, click on the arrow pointing to it or select it from the thumnail photos on the bottom of this panorama.) This is a subsistence fishery and very strict rules apply as to which Alaskans can participate and how many salmon they can harvest. Fish caught are “for personal consumption, and for customary trade, barter, or sharing” as stated in the regulations. Alaska law prohibits the selling or buying of subsistence-taken fish, any of their parts or their eggs.

via 360 Cities on 7/28/10
Panoramic photo by Eric PINEL PESCHARDIERE.
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PK9 pink sand beach of Fakarava

via 360 Cities on 7/28/10
Panoramic photo by Andrey Yavolovsky.
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Here we are just inside of the monument called Chronicle of Georgia. This monument describes the most famous persons and events related to the history of Geogria. Some bible stories are also shown. The monument is located close to the Tbilisi Sea. It’s a sunset time, you may see the last rays of sun light on the columns of the monument.

via 360 Cities on 7/27/10

Panoramic photo by Janne.
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