360° panorama by Marcus Hickling.
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This Panorama was made from photos taken just before sunrise at the beginning of June. It was high tide at the time of shooting.
360° panorama by Michael B..
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360° panorama by Nathan Tweti.
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Artwork at the Grounds For Sculpture
360° panorama by Nick Hobgood.
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During World War II the Japanese had occupied Betio island and set up a series of guns on the south shore.  This is the location of the Battle of Tarawa where US forces took over control over the island in one of the deadliest battles in the Pacific arena. 
360° panorama by Steffen Faradi.
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360° panorama by omid jafarnezhad.
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Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque (Arabic: جامع الشيخ زايد الكبير‎) is located in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates and is considered to be the key for worship in the country.Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque was initiated by the late president of the United Arab Emirates (UAE), HH Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, who wanted to establish a structure which unites the cultural diversity of Islamic world, the historical and modern values of architecture and art.[2] His final resting place is located on the grounds beside the same mosque. The mosque was constructed from 1996 to 2007.[3] It is the largest mosque in the United Arab Emirates and the eighth largest mosque in the world
360° panorama by Alexey Miroshnikov, GRADES PHOTO.
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360° panorama by Mohamed Attef.
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Philae Island was a rocky island in the middle of the River Nile, south of Aswan . It was called in Hieroglyphic "Apo" which means Ivory. It was also known by the Greek "Elephantine", most probably because it was an important centre of trade, especially for ivory.The Ancient Egyptians built a beautiful and magnificent Temple on this island for the Goddess Isis, but the Temple became submerged after the first Aswan dam was built in 1906, and it was not until the seventies that many nations attempted to save the Temple. All these countries, together with UNESCO, selected a suitable place, but they had to wait until the completion of the High Dam, in 1971, which would stabilize the level of the water around their chosen island. The new island was called Egilica (also called Agilika), and it was completely reshaped to imitate Philae Island as closely as possible. Isis is a very important figure in the ancient world. She is associated with funeral rites but as the enchantress who resurrected Osiris and gave birth to Horus she is also the giver of life, a healer and protector of kings. She was known as ‘Mother of God’ and was represented with a throne on her head. During the Roman period her cult spread throughout Greece and the Roman Empire. There was even a temple dedicated to her in London.
360° panorama by Vincent Lawrence.
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After making a scary solo (without rope and gear) climb up to the top of this detached pillar of rock I was able to convince my wife and a friend to do some rock climbing next to me. This location, while just a 40 min walk from the end of the road, feels like complete wilderness and there is a certain sense of isolation when you sit with your feet dangling off the edge of the Pine Creek Canyon.
360° panorama by Vincent Lawrence.
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On a very still night, when the Milky Way galaxy arches overhead this is the place to be. The only ripples in the pond were from a distant beaver collecting trees for it's dam. Shooting night sky panoramas is a lengthy process, and as the hours dragged on and each click of the camera seemed to take longer and longer I really wondered if it would be worth it. Yes. It was worth it.