26 - 2004 - 2 QTVR
1. La Aljafería de Zaragoza
2. Aljafería - Salon del Trono
QTVR by Ignacio Ferrando Margelí Abaco Digital
The Aljafería Palace in Saragossa Spain was built as a summer residence for Abu Jafar al-Muqtadir who was the Muslim ruler of the area in the 11th century. Later it became the palace of the Kings of Aragon.
The first panorama shows the castle from outside. No 2 is from the "Salon del Trono" The Throne Hall which was a reception hall of the medieval kings
Aljafería Palace from ArchNet
25 - 2004
Anzac Day - Anzac March
QTVR Photo © Andrew Nemeth
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Anzac day - "The one day of the year" - has been held since the 1920s on April 25th to commemorate soldiers who served or died in Australia's wars.
The specific date was chosen to remember the landings at Gallipoli in 1915 - the first time Australian troops, as a federated national force, participated in a foreign war.
The panorama was made at the head of one of the Anzac Day marching battalions, at the corner of King and Elizabeth Streets at St James in Sydney.
24 - 2004
60 years Anniversary
View panoramas from some of the historical places of the D-Day.
QTVR by Denis Gliksman, Philip Giles and Hans Nyberg
23 - 2004
Granhults Kyrka a Wooden Church in Småland Sweden
QTVR by Jonas Carlson www.virtualsweden.se
The church at Granhult is one of the best preserved wooden churches in Sweden.The original church is from around 1220.
Wooden churches are well known from Eastern Europe but they are all from 1500 or later. As far as I know only Sweden and Norway has preserved wooden churches from as old as 1200.
The church is built of timber and the length of the church room is only 10 meter probably because this was the longest available timber.
Most of the paintings are from the 1700.
Granhults Kyrka in Swedish