Editors’ picks of the week

Hello everyone! We’re at the beginning of what can become an amazing week, so why not make it even better with a couple of wonderful panoramic photos?

Here’s the best of what our 360Cities community photographers uploaded last week:

 

The Old Man Of Hoy by David Rowley (click the picture to open the pano)

This week we start in Scotland, with David Rowley’s pano of a rock formation called The Old Man of Hoy. As David points out in the pano’s description, there are indications it may collapse soon. If that happens, the importance of this pano will grow radically! Have a look!

 

Post Office, Grand Bassam by Martin Broomfield.

We’re pretty sure architects would love this building, a post office in Gran-Bassam in Ivory Coast. Don’t forget to check out the description as well, as Martin Broomfield gives you some interesting background, too!

 

Interior Palau de la Musica Catalana by Bo de Visser.

Interior panos are special – and some really old concert halls are the right places for that. This one, for example, is more than 100 years old and you can be sure you’d find some amazing architectural pieces over there.

 

Piazza San Pietro Vatican City by Studio Mambeau – Martijn Baudoin.

St. Peter’s square is the most iconic place in Vatican city for sure. See the giant obelisk in its center? Did you know it was erected almost 100 years before the actual square was built? Have a look around in this lovely pano by Martijn Baudoin.

 

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