Easter Good Friday, saw thousands of spectators in Trafalgar Square to watch the Passion of Christ, a free recreation of the dramatic events surrounding the story of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus put on by the Wintershall Players.
Here is a 360 degree panorama of the new year celebrations in Trafalgar square.
360 Degree panorama on the Mall which is a road that leads to Buckingham Palace, flanked by St James Park, and Green park. This is also the end point of the London marathon.
360 Degree panorama from the entrance to the Mall, the road that leads to Buckingham Palace.
A 360 degree panorama of inside and outside Marble Arch, a white marble monument that stands on the edge of Hyde Park. Originally made as an entrance to the Mall and Buckingham Palace.
A 360 degree panorama taken on Abbey road, made famous from the Beatles album cover and Abbey road studios.
360 Degree panorama taken in China town during the Chinese new years celebrations
A 360 degree panorama in a red phone box. The red telephone box, a public telephone kiosk designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, is a familiar sight on the streets of the United Kingdom, Malta and Gibraltar, and despite a reduction in their numbers in recent years, red boxes can still be seen in many [...]
A 360 degree panorama at sunset on Tower Bridge.
360 degree panorama outside St Paul’s cathedral.
A 360 degree panorama of the area outside city hall and outside HMS Belfast. Tower Bridge is getting its last bit of light in the views of both panoramas. The square outside city hall often has outside exhibitions of photography, art, sculptures, ufo’s, giant telescopes, that sort of thing. Its a great place to stop [...]
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