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Toronto 45 gigapixel
Toronto

This is a small version of the original panorama

to see the full 300000x150000 panorama visit www.360gigapixelpanoramas.com

This Photo is the largest 360° Panorama in Canada as of October 2011. 

The AIR Distance between center point and CN Tower is 2.6 Kilometers and if you visit the original pano and zoom all the way to CN-Tower you can see people on top.

This is an 45-gigapixel panoramic photo, made from thousands of individual images. This panorama was shot from the Dock, Toronto, in the summer of July 2011. We hope that the varied sights of Toronto have been captured here in a way never done before, so that you can experience one of the world's great cities. 

Copyright: Naum krstanovski nakka
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 50000x25000
Uploaded: 24/11/2011
Updated: 04/02/2012
Views: 626
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