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St. Ioannis Theologos Monastery - Anopoli Village
Greece
Copyright: Hersonissos municipality in crete
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Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 23/06/2013
Updated: 24/06/2014
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Tags: churches crete; hersonissos; anopoli village; monasteries
  • Richard Novossiltzeff 3 months ago
    This is a well designed panorama, the general lighting rendition is well done and I like the fact that there is no nadir cap - this allows a nice view of the floor area. This is quite the same pano style that I am trying to do here in Canada where I did the St. George Greek Orthodox Church. You can see my panos at 360cities/profile/nadonou or under my name.
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