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The town hall, decorated with "lace" and 236 statues, which is considered the most beautiful in the world
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18 architectural panoramic photographs that balance between reality and fantasy

Photos of architectural objects are a special genre when a photographer seeks to convey the beauty of man-made objects. And here, more than ever, everything is important: light, details, angle. Panoramic photography greatly expands the possibilities of photographers, because it allows you to capture the object in all its glory and simultaneously show it from different angles. Watch and enjoy.

1. “Cocoon”

Through the high windows, the autumn sun illuminates the interior of the Gothic Roman Catholic Church of St. James in London.

2. “Confetti”

An impressive panoramic picture of the Bath Abbey of Saints Peter and Paul, founded in the 8th century.

3. “Crossbow”

The All Saints Anglican Church on Margeret Street is located in the very center of London and is a historical monument.

4. “Dynasty”

Panoramic photo inside St. Mary’s Church, located on Kensington High Street in London, Peter Lee shot on a fine summer day.

5. “Eden”

A fragile island of wildlife on the streets of modern London, clad in concrete, glass and mirrors.

6. “Choir”

Panoramic shot of St. Paul’s Cathedral reminds a colorful picture from a fairy tale.
Sunlight passing through the stained glass windows of Southwark Cathedral creates a cozy and unique atmosphere.
7. “Megamind”

London Royal Hall of Arts and Sciences named after Albert is the most prestigious concert venue in the UK.

8. “Call”

Lutheran Church Hallgrimskirkja can be seen from almost anywhere in Reykjavik, and the interior is particularly ascetic.

9. “Halloween Style”

Panoramic picture of the interior of the Church of the Immaculate Conception on Farm Street in London, which was completely reconstructed after World War II.

10. “Big Cross”

The cathedral in Ely was built in the Romanesque style and is one of the most impressive in England.
11. “Dome”

The rich interior of the Cathedral of St. Paul, located in London, is amazing in its uniqueness and mastery of painting.

12. “Performance”

The majestic interior of the Royal Festival Hall in London, which can accommodate 2900 spectators.
13. “Hephaestus”

The impressive interior of Southwark Cathedral is the main Anglican church in London’s Southwark district.
14. “Ice Jack”

Panoramic shot of the Gothic York Minster – one of the largest medieval temples in Northern Europe.
15. “Nef”

The grandiose St. Paul’s Cathedral with its impressive interior is the seat of the Bishop of London.
16. “Blue Whale”

Panoramic shot of a huge blue whale skeleton at the London Museum of Natural History.
17. “Butterfly”

Panoramic shot of mirrored buildings on a street in London in early autumn.

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