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Notley Young Plantation. View from SE Freeway Bridge
Washington, DC
This panorama combines 2 views of Washington DC. One is a contemporary winter 2011 view and the other is a virtual re-creation of the same scene in the summer of 1790 when Young's plantation was on the shore of the Potomac. The 1790 view is from the same location as the contemporary view. For more information about this effort to visualize early Washington DC check out: http://visualizingdc.org.
Copyright: Imaging research center, umbc
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 20/08/2011
Updated: 23/08/2011
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