52.2 F
London

Check Out This Amazing 15 Gigapexel 360 Degree Panorama of St Paul’s Cathedral in London – The Detail is Incredible

London Forecast

London
broken clouds
52.2 ° F
54.3 °
49.5 °
72 %
2.9mph
75 %
Mon
52 °
Tue
52 °
Wed
48 °
Thu
44 °
Fri
43 °
USD - United States Dollar
GBP
1.26
EUR
1.08
CAD
0.74
AUD
0.66

Free London News

Get the latest news on London history, culture, travel, exhibitions, and more right in your inbox!

Popular

The Tube: 10 Interesting Facts about the Circle Line

The Circle Line is one of London’s oldest Tube...

Top 10 London: Top Ten Things to See in the Tate Modern Art Museum

Housed in the former Bankside Power Station, the Tate...

London’s Best Christmas Markets and Fairs for 2023

London is a magical place to be during the...

The Tube – The Six Oldest Underground Stations Still in Use

It’s difficult to imagine a time when you couldn’t...

Ten of the Most Important Events in London’s History

For nearly 2000 years, London has been an important...

A Brief History and Overview of Hyde Park Winter Wonderland

One of the best things about the holiday season...

New London Street Slang – Fun British Slang

English is a forever evolving language. It changes the...

Share

St Paul’s Cathedral in London is our favorite Cathedral (beats Westminster Abbey every time). So, we love this 15 Gigapixel 360 Panorama from Spherical Images, a London based immersive photography company.

From their blog:

One of the largest indoor photographs ever taken: 2,400 images stitched together to make a 15.5 Giga Pixel panorama. It took 3.5 hours to shoot – during which time the cathedral had completely filled up with tourists – hence the ‘half people’, floating heads etc! Just click on the + button to zoom in to the photo, each part will load as you need it, just like Google maps. Please be patient when you launch the image – it takes a few seconds to get started 🙂

The detail in the image is incredible – zoom all the way in to the beautiful ceilings and you’ll see detail that you couldn’t even see if you were physically there. I love it when something as simple as a picture can redefine how you see a place.

Really makes me want to get back to London so we can visit it in the flesh again.

CLICK HERE TO EXPLORE THE PANORAMA

jonathan
Author: jonathan

Jonathan is a consummate Anglophile who launched Anglotopia.net in 2007 to channel his passion for Britain. Londontopia is its sister publication dedicated to everything London.