Editors’ picks of the week – Atop a windmill turbine

Hi guys! In case you have a couple of minutes to admire the most wonderful panoramic photos our community photographers uploaded to 360Cities last week, you’re at the right place. Our weekly round-up is here!


Night scene of chinese ancient city wall by pengcheng zhao (click the picture to open the pano)

For a start we start with a pano that is really special – a lovely picture of the city wall in Suzhou, China. Even though it is more than 2500 years old, it still looks fine and it now serves for the citizens – as a restaurant, as it seems! And we love the colours!


The Hakone Open-Air Museum by Yuuji Kwano (click the picture to open the pano)

Let’s have a look at one more Asian pano here – this one’s from Japanese open-air museum in the city of Hakone. Among number of statues, sculptures, etc., it features this stunning mosaic, which is actually the perfect spot for taking a pano. And Yuuji did a tremendous job here.


Top view of  offshore power plant  wind turbine by Jann Lipka (click the picture to open the pano)

Time to move to Europe – and we’ll start with a quick stop in Sweden. Jann takes us all the way to the top of a power plant windmill turbine, which is a place you don’t get to visit often. What a view from up there!


City hall of Swedens Capital City by Jann Lipka (click the picture to open the pano)

This looks like a safer place than the top of the windmill. The city hall in Sweden actually seems like pretty nice place, so feel free to have a look around!


Winchester, Cathedral, Nave and Salisbury, Cathedral, Chapter House and Magna Carta by Carsten T. Rees (click the picture to open the pano)

This week, we will conclude our trip in two amazing places in England, two cathedrals in Salisbury and Winchester, respectively. Two wonderful pieces of art really – as well as both panos!

See you next week!

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