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World Trade Center Panoramic Picture - Vertical Panorama

World Trade Center Panoramic Picture - Vertical Panorama

SKU: WTC
This photograph was taken by James Blakeway and commemorates the thousands of lives lost from the tragic attack on September 11, 2001. A portion of proceeds will go to the American Red Cross.
Times Square, New York Panoramic Picture - Twilight

Times Square, New York Panoramic Picture - Twilight

SKU: NYTS3
This panorama of Times Square was taken by James Blakeway. In 1904, long before the showcase of neon lights and digital big-screen technology, the area named Longacre Square, located at the junction of Broadway and 7th Avenue, stretching from West 42nd to West 47th Streets, was renamed Times Square. Fast forward 100-plus years and, today, Time Square is a symbol of the American spirit and a popular tourist destination. It is one of the world's busiest pedestrian intersections and a cultural mecca of entertainment. It is here that the New Year's Eve ball is dropped and the ever-changing NASDAQ sign reports the fortunes and misfortunes of a nation.
Taj Mahal, India Panoramic Picture

Taj Mahal, India Panoramic Picture

SKU: TAJ1
This panoramic photograph of the Taj Mahal was taken by Christopher Gjevre. Completed in 1648, this marble structure stands in Agra, India and was ordered built by the Mughal emperor Shah Jahan to serve as a mausoleum for his favorite wife Mamtaz Mahal who died in childbirth 17 years prior. Considered by many to be the finest example of late Indian Muslim architecture, the Taj Mahal was designed by a Turkish architect and was built by 20,000 paid laborers. Its exterior is decorated with semiprecious stones, floral designs, and arabesques and its dome stands over 180 feet high. This view is of the south face, the main entrance to the tomb.
Sturgis, South Dakota Panoramic Picture - Sturgis Motorcycle Rally - Twilight

Sturgis, South Dakota Panoramic Picture - Sturgis Motorcycle Rally - Twilight

SKU: STU4
This panorama of the 75th Annual Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally™ was taken by Christopher Gjevre. Each August, Sturgis and the Black Hills of South Dakota attract hundreds of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the world. The first Sturgis Rally, known as the Black Hills Classic, was held in the summer of 1938 and included a race of nine participants on a dirt track. Today, it’s South Dakota’s largest tourism event and one of the world’s largest motorcycle rallies. The week-long activities include Main Street action, concerts, races, road tours and bike shows. Much of the history of the Sturgis Rally and races can be found at Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame.
Sturgis, South Dakota Panoramic Picture - Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

Sturgis, South Dakota Panoramic Picture - Sturgis Motorcycle Rally

SKU: STU3
This panoramic photograph of Sturgis was taken by Christopher Gjevre. It features Main Street in Sturgis during the annual Sturgis motorcycle rally. Each August, Sturgis and the Black Hills of South Dakota attract hundreds of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts from all over the world. The rally began in 1938 with a dirt track race and nine riders and is now South Dakota's largest tourism event and the world's largest motorcycle rally. The week's entertainment and fun includes Main Street action, concerts, races, road tours and bike shows. Much of the history of the Sturgis Rally and Races can be found at Sturgis' National Motorcycle Museum.
Stourhead Panoramic Picture, England

Stourhead Panoramic Picture, England

SKU: STOU1
This panoramic photograph of Stourhead was taken by James Blakeway. Henry Hoare II designed this exquisite garden, beginning in 1741 and continuing for the next forty years. The design was classic 18th century style, a more natural look than formal landscapes of earlier years. The garden is dotted with classical structures designed by architect Henry Flitcroft. The Temple of Flora can be seen centered with its four columns. To its right are Bristol Cross, St Peter's Church, and the Turf Bridge. Sir Richard Colt Hoare, heir to the property, continued work on the garden. Henry Hoare II did not live to see the garden in its entire splendor.
Stonehenge Poster - Panoramic Picture

Stonehenge Poster - Panoramic Picture

SKU: STON2
This panoramic photograph of Stonehenge was taken by James Blakeway. Few places have generated as much controversy and wild speculation as Stonehenge. Constructed over 4000 years ago, this monument was built with bluestone from a quarry over 200 miles away. Most archeologists agree Stonehenge was used for some type of religious ceremonies. In 1963 the British astronomer Gerald Hawkins theorized that Stonehenge was used as a huge astronomical instrument. Modern theory suggests that Stonehenge was built by three tribes over three separate time periods, beginning around 3000 B.C..
Stonehenge Panoramic Picture

Stonehenge Panoramic Picture

SKU: STON1
This panoramic photograph of Stonehenge was taken by James Blakeway. Stonehenge is one of the most important and visited prehistoric monuments in Britain. What we see today was completed about 3500 years ago. The stones are composed of bluestones from the Preseli Mountains in southwest Wales. They weigh up to 4 tons each and were dragged on rollers and floated on rafts on their 240 mile journey. The larger stones are sarsen stones, which were probably brought from Marlborough Downs near Avebury, about 20 miles north of Stonehenge. The largest stone weighs 50 tons and would have required 500 men to pull it.
Statue Of Liberty Panoramic Picture - Vertical Panorama

Statue Of Liberty Panoramic Picture - Vertical Panorama

SKU: SOLB
Located in New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty was a gift from France to the people of the United States. It was dedicated in 1886 and designated a national monument in 1924.
San Francisco, California City Skyline Panoramic Picture - Golden Gate Bridge - Twilight

San Francisco, California City Skyline Panoramic Picture - Golden Gate Bridge - Twilight

SKU: SF9
This panoramic photograph of San Francisco was taken by Christopher Gjevre. Featured in the foreground is the famous Golden Gate Bridge, which connects San Francisco to Sausalito. Its name is in reference to the name of the strait, the Golden Gate, forming the entrance to San Francisco from the Pacific Ocean. The bridge was opened to vehicular traffic on May 28, 1937, with over 2 billion vehicles crossing to date. In the background is downtown San Francisco with the San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge. Centered in the downtown area is the world famous Transamerica Pyramid Center. Further left is the former federal prison located on Alcatraz Island, commonly referred to as “The Rock.”
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Iconic World Attraction Panoramic Pictures

These world attractions panoramas and pictures showcase many popular attractions and landmarks from international sites. Whether you want to evoke a particular emotional response or merely have fond memories of a past trip when viewing your panoramic picture, these images make a stunning addition to any home or office and will impress all those who view them.

These images can be a focal decorative point in your interior design or the highlight of any meeting room. Taken from sites from all over the globe, these world attractions pictures capture landscapes, buildings and other landmarks. From within the U.S., there are a variety of skyline pictures within even just New York City. The picture of the Empire State Building captures one of New York City's most iconic landmarks. Once the world's tallest building, this panorama features the 1,454 foot Art Deco construction built between 1930 and 1931. Another Art Deco style skyscraper in New York City is shown in our Chrysler Building panorama, located on the east side of Manhattan. Extremes in one metropolis can also be spotted by comparing panoramas of Times Square and Central Park.

Famous landmarks from outside the U.S. can be displayed in your home through these pictures of world attractions. Some of these subjects include panoramic imagery of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, or the famous Tower Bridge in London. These pictures of landmarks span wonders of the world, from the towering Great Pyramids of Egypt to the Roman Coliseum. Modern social events are also captured through the panoramic lens in images of the Albuquerque Balloon Festival and the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

Natural wonders can be seen in these images as well, such as through displaying a Niagara Falls picture in your home or a panoramic photo of Lake Tahoe. There is also the picture of the Stourhead, England, gardens whose construction began in 1741 and continued for over 40 years.

Whether you are seeking to display modern, ancient, or natural imagery on your wall, these panoramic pictures of world attractions offer something for everyone. They are sure to spark interesting conversation or bring inspiration into any environment they are displayed.

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