World’s Famous Landmarks and Places in Panoramic View



A few days earlier we have presented you the collection of Fascinating Panoramic Photography By Gilles Vidal and today we have come up with mind-blowing world’s famous landmarks and places in panoramic view which will made you feel that you are standing there. That’s the beauty of panoramic photography with 360 degree angle you can watch all around of these famous landmarks and places.

We hope you would love these panorama images and love to share with your friends.


The Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China

The  history of Great wall of China goes back to the 5th century BC. It was built between the 5th century BC and the 16th century to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire. The great Wall is the worlds longest building structure approximately 6,400 km (4,000 miles).

Panorama by: Tamas D.Varga

Petra The Forgotten City

Petra Jordan in Panoramic View

The City of Petra was hidden in the mountains of Jordan for thousands of years when a young Swiss explorer Johan Ludwig Burckhardt rediscovered it in 1812. Temples, tombs, and other buildings are all carved out of the sandstone cliffs, wich also gives it the name the “rose red city”.

Panorama by: Greg Downing

Machu Picchu Peru

Machu Picchu Peru

Machu picchu is the one of the well know ancient cities. Its is situated at at a height of 9060 feet, 2,430 m above sea-level. Machu Picchu, was built more than 500 years ago, and is Peru’s most famous tourist attraction and also a U.N. World Heritage site. The place attracts more than 500,000 foreign visitors a year and a large tourist industry with hotels and travel agencies has grown around it.

Panorama by: Nicolas and Aurélien

Christ Redeemer – Rio

Christ Redeemer - Rio de Janeiro

The view from the statue of Christ above the city of Rio de Janeiro. The 710 meter mountain of Corcovado is crowned by the statue of Christ the Redeemer, which is 30 meters high and has a 8 meter pedestal with a chapel in honor of the Lady of Aparecida, patron Saint of Brazil.

Panorama by: Ayrton

Colosseum Rome

Colosseum Rome

It is an elliptical amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy, the largest ever built in the Roman Empire. It is considered one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and Roman engineering.

Panorama by: Giuseppe Pennisi

Taj Mahal

Taj Mahal, India

One of the greatest buildings of the world with a style of islamic, persian and indian styles.

Panorama by: Justin Imhoff

Pyramids at Giza

Pyramids at Giza

The pyramids at Giza are one of the wonders of the world.

Panorama by: Tom Policano

Paris – Eiffel Tower

Paris – Eiffel Tower

It has become both a global icon of France and one of the most recognizable structures in the world. The tower is the tallest building in Paris and the most-visited paid monument in the world; millions of people ascend it every year.

Panorama by: Gilles Vidal

Grand Canyon Grandeur Point

Grand Canyon Grandeur Point

The Grandeur Point is situated 1/2 mile west of Yavapai Observation Station at the South Rim of Grand Canyo. It is not much visited because there is no close road access, but still the view from it is spectacular. You can look down on the whole length of the Bright Angel Trail. In the horizon, you can se the 8,000 foot North Kaibab Plateau.

Panorama by: Christian Bloch

Mount Everest

Mount Everest

Panorama by: Roderick Mackenzie

Angkor Wat Temple in Cambodia

Angkor Wat Temple in Cambodia

The Angkor Wat temple complex in Cambodia is the worlds largest religious monument. The temples at Angkor was built 879 – 1191AD and used for 400 years during the kings of the Khmer empire. The Khmers left the city in 1432, and after that it was lost in the jungle until a French explorer, Henri Mouhot, found it in 1860.

Panorama by: Tito Dupret



The Acropolis in Athens is one of the worlds most important architectural, historic and cultural treasures. Millions of tourists travel to Athen to visit the place every year.

Panorama by: Sotiris Zafeiris

London Eye

London Eye

Panorama by: Bernd Dohrmann

Sydney From Air

Sydney in Panoramic View

Panorama by: Peter Murphy

Golden Gate

Golden Gate Panorama

The Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco has become a symbol for the City of San Francisco. The Golden Gate Bridge was when it was built in 1937 the longest suspension bridge span in the world, but has later been surpasssed by many other bridges.

Panorama by: Jürgen Schrader

The Petronas Twin Towers

The Petronas Twin Towers

With 452 m the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur were until October 2003 the highest buildings in the world. They were completed in 1998 and remained the tallest in the world until October 2003 when Taipei 101 in Taiwan took over with a height of 509m.

Panorama by: Willy Kaemena

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls in Panoramic View

The city of Niagara has only 78.000 inhabitants but every year the Niagara Falls attracts some 12 Million tourists. Niagara also has a status as a Wedding and Honeymoon town even if it can not beat Las Vegas reputation in this field. Over 50,000 honeymooners travel to Niagara Falls each year.

Panorama by: Edward Fink


Antarctica in Panoramic View

Most people think of Antarctica as a landscape of ice and snow but not all of it is covered with ice. The Antarctic area also includes islands like the Peterman Island where the panorama by Jan van der Woning was made . This Island situated in the west area of Antarctis is an important breeding ground for Adelie penguins, Blue eyed shags and other birds.

Panorama by: Jan van der Woning

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