We hope your weekend was fantastic and to make your Monday better, we’re here with the most beautiful panoramic photos uploaded to 360Cities last week.
Cole Militaire Champ De Mars Eiffel Tower Paris France by Studio Mambeau – Martijn Baudoin (click the picture to open the pano)
This week we start in two European capitals – in case you travel in Europe, these cities are absolutely necessary to visit. This pano from Paris, with one of the most recognizable buildings in the whole world, the Eiffel tower, shows you why. Brilliant job by Martijn Baudoin!
In case you want to have a closer look, check out this pano.
Prague at dusk by Aleksandr Reznik (click the picture to open the pano)
Prague is absolutely amazing. And we’re not saying that because 360Cities is based there, but simply because it is true. Check out this gem of a pano by Aleksandr Reznik to see the proof!
Also, Willy Kaemena took a pano in Prague Main train station hall, which really is a piece of art – have a look here.
Aerial In Front Of The Summit Of Greece Mytikas Mount Olympus by Vasilis Triantafyllou (click the picture to open the pano)
Mount Olympus is not only famous for its role in Greek mythology, but also for its flora and beauty. This aerial shot by Vasilis Triantafyllou shows you why. What a view!
Jökulsárlón (aerial) by Anton Fedorchenko (click the picture to open the pano)
Here’s another aerial picture worth mentioning this week. Anton Fedorchenko travelled all the way to Iceland, to take a picture of numerous icebergs in the Jökulsárlón glacier lake. By the way, did you know the lake featured in a couple of Hollywood movies, such as two James Bond movies or Batman Begins?
Tura embankment at winter sunrise by Aleksey Mayer (click the picture to open the pano)
This pano REALLY makes us cold! It was taken by Aleksey Mayer in Tyumen, Russia, on the bank of Ture. The only warm thing on the pano is the sun rising on the horizon – and that’s just one of many things that make the pano beautiful!
Wait, we’re not done yet!
Rosenborg Slot Og Skatkammeret Ster Voldgade Copenhagen Denmark by Studio Mambeau – Martijn Baudoin (click the picture to open the pano)
Interior Dutch vintage bike shop by Bo de Visser (click the picture to open the pano)
Tossa de mar by Antoine Perez (click the picture to open the pano)
The Crossing, St Mary in Castro, Dover by Robert Bilsland (click the picture to open the pano)
Interior derelict crystal factory by Bo de Visser (click the picture to open the pano)
One thought on “Editors’ picks of the week: Two European capitals”
For me paris is the best city in europe of course after istanbul because of its natural specialties like sea.But paris is a special city and more different the anyother one