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Modern Stockholm view from Kastellholmen tower
Sweden

Circular panorama of modern Stockholm made 2007 from the very same point as an old circular panorama taken by Johannes Jaeger 1873. The original Jaegers pictures belongs to Bernadotte Library. 2007 in co-operation with Stockholm Museum the old panorama has been dynamised into 360VR and a new panorama from the very sam place was taken by Jacek Gancarson.

Copyright: Jacek Gancarson
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 8000x960
Uploaded: 26/08/2012
Updated: 27/08/2012
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Tags: stockholm; timeline imaging panorama; kastellholmen
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