We hope your weekend was fantastic, and to make you start of the week a little bit better, here’s your weekly round-up of the most beautiful panoramas our community photographers uploaded last week!
Burj Khalifa by Studio Mambeau – Martijn Baudoin (click the picture to open the pano)
This week we start in Dubai, with Martijn’s fantastic view of the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa. Sure, the view from the top is breathtaking, but why not make a picture from the bottom? The skyscraper looms in the sky, with its 629 metres and 160 floors, and it is definitely a building that should be in your bucket list.
Pedion Areos Aerial Athens Greece by Vasilis Triantafyllou (click the picture to open the pano)
From Dubai to Greece! Vasilis Triantafyllou uploaded a series of aerial panos from Athens, that you certainly don’t want to miss. This one boasts a lovely sunset on the horizon and thanks to the colours, this pano has a special atmosphere, don’t you think?
Tunnel Creek Kimberley Australia by Tomasz Judkowiak (click the picture to open the pano)
Time to move to the other side of the planet now, all the way to Australia. Tomasz Makarewicz made this pano in the Tunnel Creek national park. If you visit this cave, through the creek flows, make sure you find one of aboriginal paintings inside, and don’t get scared by the bats (or crocodiles)!
Pamukkale1 by Mostafa Ibrahim (click the picture to open the pano)
Pamukkale is certainly one of the most interesting places in Turkey. Translation to English “Cotton castle” pretty much describes what it looks like – even though it’s not cotton these terraces are made of. Thanks to 17 hot water springs (with temperatures almost up to 100°C!) it’s a popular tourist attraction, so make sure you stop by when you have a chance!
Steenstraat Grote Markt Brugge by Studio Mambeau – Martijn Baudoin (click the picture to open the pano)
Time for one more pano by Martijn Baudoin! This time it’s from Bruges, Belgium, and its lovely historical city centre. Some of the buildings around the Market square look almost just like they have never changed since being built in the 12th century – but the whole place was actually completely renovated in 1995. And it looks great, just like Martijn’s pano.
If you wanto to see other Martijn’s panos from Bruges, have a look here and here.
That was the top five of the last week, but it’s not the end today! Here’s more:
The Museum Of Steam Locomotives The Museum Of Steam Locomotives 6 Equi by Feliks Melnichenjko (click the picture to open the pano).
Hunters Night by Michał Nyklewicz (click the picture to open the pano).
Park Butte Lookout, North Cascades, WA State by Bill Edwards (click the picture to open the pano).
Golders Hill Park 04 by Martins Strubergs (click the picture to open the pano).
That’s it for this week! Make sure you check back next week for another summary of the most wonderful panos uploaded to 360Cities! See you!