Reprojected Bavarian Ministry of the Interior Courtyard

In 2012 the German Unity Day has been celebrated in Munich. The celebrations include a showcase of the German federated states (Bundesländer) and also other institutions like the parties of the Bavarian parliament. In the courtyard of the Bavarian Ministry of the Interior was an exhibition showing the many task of the ministry. This image shows a reprojected version of this panorama I made in the courtyard.

Reprojected Ministry of the Interior Courtyard
Reprojected Ministry of the Interior Courtyard
 
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