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Minnesota Vikings Panoramic Pictures - U.S. Bank Stadium

Minnesota Vikings Panoramic Pictures - U.S. Bank Stadium

SKU: NFLVIK5
This panorama captures the opening kickoff between the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers at the inaugural regular season game at U.S. Bank Stadium. The Vikings new home is nearly twice the size of the Metrodome at 1,750,000 square-feet and boasts 131 premium suites, 8200 club suites, 430 concession points of sale and a video board that is 13 times larger. Some of the unique features compared to other NFL stadiums include the largest transparent ETFE roof in the nation, nearly 200,000 square feet of glass to give fans an outdoor feel, five pivoting glass doors as high as 95 feet that open to an outdoor plaza and Minneapolis skyline, and LED lighting that can adjust color temperature and turn on and off quickly for unique pregame and halftime entertainment.
Minnesota Vikings Panoramic Picture - TCF Bank Stadium Panorama

Minnesota Vikings Panoramic Picture - TCF Bank Stadium Panorama

SKU: NFLVIK4
Minnesota Vikings Panoramic Picture - TCF Bank Stadium Panorama This panorama of the Minnesota Vikings playing their final regular season game at TCF Bank Stadium on the campus of the University of Minnesota was taken by Christopher Gjevre. The evening ended with a resounding victory for the Vikings and secured their spot in the 2015 season playoffs. They also earned the distinction of becoming one of only two teams in NFL history to have a winning season while playing at a temporary home. The Vikings shared the field with the Minnesota Gophers for two seasons, as the Vikings awaited completion of their new home, U.S. Bank Stadium.
Minnesota Vikings Panoramic - Last Game at the Metrodome

Minnesota Vikings Panoramic - Last Game at the Metrodome

SKU: NFLVIK3
This panorama, taken by Christopher Gjevre, captures the final touchdown on Mall of America Field at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. Sunday, December 29, 2013 marked the end of an era and a fitting farewell to the stadium, as the Minnesota Vikings beat the Detroit Lions 14-13 in the final game of the season. The Metrodome was the ninth-oldest stadium in the NFL and will be replaced in the same location by a new Vikings Stadium in 2016. In the interim, the Vikings will play at the University of Minnesota during construction. The Minnesota Vikings called the Metrodome home from 1982-2013, with an all-time record in the facility of 168-92.
Minneapolis, Minnesota Skyline Panoramic Picture - Twilight

Minneapolis, Minnesota Skyline Panoramic Picture - Twilight

SKU: MN9
This twilight panorama of Minneapolis was taken by Christopher Gjevre. Featuring architectural styles spanning early Victorian, Art Deco, Modernism and Deconstructivism, the downtown skyline reveals works of renowned designers such as Philip Johnson and C├ęsar Pelli. Minneapolis has unofficially gone by many nicknames over the course of time. "Mill City", suggesting a time when its riverfronts led the nation in flour production, and "City of Lakes", referring to the thirteen lakes within the city borders, have both endured over the course of time. More recently, as a dual tribute to the city's beloved Minnesota Vikings and its departed Artist, it is common to hear the mention of simply "The Purple City".
Minneapolis, Minnesota Skyline Panorama

Minneapolis, Minnesota Skyline Panorama

SKU: MN8
This aerial panorama of the downtown Minneapolis skyline was taken by James Blakeway. It showcases the new home of the Minnesota Vikings, the largest structure in the photograph. Successor to the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, the stadium consists of equal parts of ingenuity, creativity and money. The architectural landmark is 1,750,000 square-feet and cost $1.1 billion to build. It features a fixed-roof design, with seating for up to 70,000 fans. Finished six weeks ahead of schedule, the new stadium features a bold, iconic design unique to Minnesota, fan-friendly elements and unmatched technology that makes it one of the finest in the NFL.
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Minnesota Vikings Panoramic Pictures

Minnesota Vikings Panoramic Pictures | Minnesota Vikings Logo

The Minnesota Vikings joined the NFL in 1960 as an expansion team, and chose purple and gold to represent themselves in the league. Our panoramic images bring you wide angle views from the impressive Vikings home venue at U.S. Bank Stadium, enjoyed by residents year-round. The Mall of America Field in the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome was the former Vikings home since 1982, and also holds nostalgia and excitement for fans when panoramic photography of the site is displayed alongside stunning views of the new venue.

Vikings fans are some of the most dedicated in the league. Since the team's first season, the Vikings have made a number of records and distinctions, like having one of the highest percentages of wins across the league. As of 2013, the Vikings have the record for having the third-highest number of playoffs qualifications, has played in four Super Bowls, and has the excellent recognition of having 12 players make listings in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Fans wear the team's colors of purple and gold throughout home games, wave logo-adorned flags, and wear horned helmets resembling the team logo. Now, you can enjoy the excitement of Vikings football images in any environment outside of game day. While the U.S. Bank Stadium experience is amazing to behold when attending a game in person, these Minnesota Vikings panoramas are the next best experience, capturing the full emotional experience and fan camaraderie in every one of this beloved team's home games. You've watched the Vikings battle to victory season after season in their dominance of the NFL and over bitter rivalries. Now, you can enjoy the feelings of one of these exceptional games at any time by taking home a Minnesota Vikings panoramic image for yourself today.

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