360° panorama by Alexandr Sled.
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360° panorama by Martin Schrattenholz.
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360° panorama by Michael Kolchesky.
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2015, Spanish Synagouge, PragueThe Spanish Synagogue is the most recent synagogue in the Prague Jewish Town.Built in 1868 for the local Reform congregation on the site of the 12th-century Altschul, which was the oldest synagogue in the Prague ghetto.It was called the Spanish Synagogue for its impressive Moorish interior design, influenced by the famous Alhambra. The building was designed by Josef Niklas and Jan Bělský, the remarkable interior (from 1882–83) by Antonín Baum and Bedřich Münzberger.František Škroup, the composer of the Czech national anthem, served as organist here in 1836-45.
360° panorama by You Changyeol.
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360° panorama by Vasily Osipov.
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360° panorama by Günter Jibben.
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360° panorama by Max Sankin.
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Построен в 1939 году как павильон «Узбекская ССР» по проекту архитектора С. Полупанова. Художник В. Зимин. В 1954 году реконструирован. В 1964 году получил название «Культура».
360° panorama by Sergej Esnault.
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360° panorama by Mark Schuster.
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This is a bit embarrassing. Born in London and not now living far away, I don't know much about Portobello Road Market, or indeed about the district of Notting Hill in West London where it is situated. Fact is I know Notting Hill from watching bits of its annual Carabean festival, and as for the market, although visited for the first time, Friday in winter (albeit a bright but cold day) apparently Saturday is the best - busiest - day to visit. If anyone is offended by my lack of knowledge about this bit of London, I would welcome an e-mail with a mote informative description. In the meantime, Wikipedia is the best bet.   
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