Reprojected Alter Südfriedhof Munich Entrance

The following two images show the entrance of Munich’s old South Cemetary. You can view the interactive spherical panorama here. The projection is both times stereographic.

Reprojected Entrance Munich's Old South Cemetary (Down)
Reprojected Entrance Munich’s Old South Cemetary (Down)

Reprojected Entrance Munich's Old South Cemetary (Up)
Reprojected Entrance Munich’s Old South Cemetary (Up)

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