Karekare Beach - where the piano is stranded
New Zealand

This stretch of black-sand beach provides the settings for the famous scene of the stranded piano in the Oscar-winning film "The Piano". A storm has just passed and apart from a few keen surfers the beach is almost totally deserted.

Copyright: Arroz marisco
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14000x7000
Uploaded: 24/06/2011
Updated: 11/06/2014


Tags: karekare; waitakere; piano
  • Elena_360Cities over 1 year ago
    Hi Neymar, you cannot download panos. If you want to get, you can buy it. Click on the Buy/License button and follow the steps: http://www.360cities.net/image/print/karekare-beach-wheere-the-piano-is-stranded
  • neymar mara over 1 year ago
    i can download pictures?
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