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U.S. Capitol - Inauguration 2013, Roof of the Voice of America

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Note: This is a 360 X 180 degree panorama.  You can rotate the image right/left/up/down. 2013 Inauguration coverage from the Voice of America Headquarters building on the roof location in Washington, D.C.  The VOA had multiple platform setups for worldwide television broadcasts of the Presidential swearing-in ceremony.

  • jackson mvunganyi over 1 year ago
    Great Job Bill. This is some amazing stuff! Who is that good looking fella in the red hat:) ?
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