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

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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

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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.

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