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Downtown Camden Maine with Peace Sign
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Camden is a small town on the coast of Maine in the northeast corner of the US. The vibrant downtown, a classic, picturesque New England town is a draw for tourists with many fine shops, restaurants and places to stay. Camden also has a working waterfront, access to hiking trails, ocean trips on sailing ships and kayaks and top rated scenery.

This panorama was made from the middle of Main Street (which is US Route 1) above tire marks in the shape of a giant peace sign left courtesy of a Mr. Clifford Pendleton who used his modified pickup truck to apply the peace sign to the pavement. He was cited and fined by the local authorities but managed to finish the design before stopping for the officers.

If you are viewing this panorama on the 360 cities website, right click on the image to call up a list of different projections available for viewing. Choose “Little Planet View” as this was the projection intended by the photographer when the panorama was created.

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Copyright: Tom sadowski
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10600x5300
Caricate: 11/06/2012
Aggiornato: 07/07/2012
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Tags: downtown; small town; new england; village; route 1; main street; small business; peace sign; burn rubber; tire marks; peace; intersection
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