Naples Seaside YouTube 360-degree video

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Spherical 360 VR Video Portugal – Cabo Da Roca Lower Cliff

Spherical 360 VR Video Portugal – Cabo Da Roca Lower Cliff – ID214

Cabo da Roca, Portugal

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Spherical 360 VR Video Ireland – Calm Ocean Waves Beach Near Jetty

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Southwest, Ireland

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360 degree aerial panorama of the Namib Desert, Sossusvlei

Sossusvlei is a common tourist destination in the southern part of the Namib Desert, Namibia. The word vlei is an Afrikaans word that means “marsh” and Sossusvlei is in a small valley between the dunes which sometimes gets snow! The name of the ‘town’ (i.e. petrol station) is Sesriem, also the name of a nearby canyon.

The Namib Desert is the oldest desert in the world and stretches over 1,500 km from the Orange River in the south into Angola in the north. There is a wide range of landscapes in the Namib, from gravel, to rocky mountains to huge dunes in varying colours of sand.

Sossusvlei is a mud pan created by a river that flows through the Namib every 5 to 10 years. Even in very wet years it does not reach the Atlantic Ocean but drains away between the dunes of Sossusvlei. Sossus means “place of no return” (note: there are other explanations, this is the one given by local guides).

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Tuff rocks in the late afternoon, Cappadocia, Turkey

Cappadocia is an eroded landscape of volcanic tuffstone. Wind and weather created rocks in the funniest shapes. The tuff stores a lot of water and makes the valleys very fertile. For thousands of years people were digging caves into the soft tuffstone and created a unique place. Since 1985 Cappadocia is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Unfortunately the greed for money of companies and people is destroying this unique landscape.

Historic forest shower Google Panorama – historische Walddusche, Germany

The forest shower in Gleisweiler was built of sandstone blocks in 1849 as cure bath for cold water application in neighboring Hainbachtal. Later forgotten and destroyed by a landslide, it was only rediscovered in the 1990s and rebuilt.

360° panoramic image of Opium Flowers in Blossom, Kula, Turkey

Although the consumption of opium is strictly forbidden, there are plantations for medical use. Paradoxically there is no fence, no guardian, actually nothing around to protect the plants from being stolen. And it is not necessary. To harvest the opium, the immature poppy seed pod has to be scratched. Then it exudes a white liquid. The liquid dries, oxidises and turns into a brownish lump which can be harvestet the next day. All the guardians need to do, is to find out if there are scratched pods. In that case they simply have to wait for the harvester.

360° panorama of Zelve Tunnel, Cappadocia, Turkey

The open-air museum of Zelve in Cappadocia covers several valleys with hundreds of cave hoses, churches, chapels, mosques and a mill. People lived here until the late 40s of the 20th century, when an earthquake destroyed many caves. Another earthquake in the 90s damaged some more parts of the cave-rocks. Now they are not open to the public anymore. Cappadocia is an eroded landscape of volcanic tuffstone. Wind and weather created rocks in the funniest shapes. The tuff stores a lot of water and makes the valleys very fertile. Since 1985 Cappadocia is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Unfortunately the greed for money of companies and people is destroying this unique landscape.