360-degree panorama of Contorted rock layers at Hartland Quay beach, Devon, UK

Spectacular cliffs at Hartland Quay, Devon with their incredibly contorted rock layers formed by crashing waves and tides.

360° image of Bluebells in Oxfordshire woodlands, UK

Every year in spring, many areas with beech tree woodlands in Oxfordshire explode with bluebells. Here is one of the areas in 360°.

Radcliffe Camera at Dusk, Oxford, UK

360° panorama of Oxford University’s Radcliffe Camera, a Bodleian Library building, taken at dusk time. Radcliffe Square is a very popular tourist place.

Spherical 360 VR Video – Westminster Bridge, Bagpipe Player

Spherical 360 VR Video – Westminster Bridge Bagpipe Player – ID 01

London, Great Britain

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360° VR STOCK VIDEO FOOTAGE (6K) – Westminster Bridge Big Ben

360° STOCK VIDEO | 360 STOCK FOOTAGE | VR VIDEO LICENSING

Clip Title: Westminster Bridge Big Ben
Location: London, England, United Kingdom
Clip ID: 05

Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London and is usually extended to refer to both the clock and the clock tower as well.The tower is officially known as Elizabeth Tower, renamed to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II in 2012; previously, it was known simply as the Clock Tower. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Ben

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Spherical 360 VR Video – On Tower Bridge London

Spherical 360 VR Video – On Tower Bridge – ID 14

London, Great Britain

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Spherical 360 VR Video – Juice Bar London

Spherical 360 VR Video – Juice Bar – ID 23

London, Great Britain

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Spherical 360 VR Video – Park Ducks Swans

Spherical 360 VR Video – Park Ducks Swans – ID 38

London, Great Britain

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St. Peter’s Church Virtual Tour, Monkwearmouth, Sunderland

St Peter’s Church, Monwearmouth, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, United Kingdom

St Peter’s Church is the parish church of Monkwearmouth in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England. It is one of three churches that make up the Parish of Monkwearmouth; the others being All Saints Church and St Andrew’s Church, Roker. 

Home of the Venerable Bede in the 7th century AD, and part of the Anglo-Saxon Wearmouth-Jarrow monastery.

Northumbrian Saints

Many Northumbrian saints are connected with St. Peter’s Church along with the Venerable Bede, namely St. Hild, Abbess of Whitby, whom Bede describes as having entered convent life “on land to the north of the Wear”, and the abbots of the twin monastery: St. Benedict Biscop, the patron saint of Sunderland, St. Ceolfrid, St. Eosterwine, St. Hwaetbehrt and St. Sigfrid, and St. Lawrence, to whom a chapel was dedicated at St. Peter’s in the time of the abbots.

In what had been a promontory clifftop overlooking the north of the harbour and estuary of the River Wear, 60 hides of land were given by King Ecgfrith for Benedict Biscop to found the monastery of St. Peter in the name of the Archbishop Theodore of Canterbury in 673 AD. This was the beginning of a new project a movement to bring learning, culture and the Christian religion to the north of Saxon Britain.

This was the monastery on whose lands the Venerable Bede was born and it was here at Wearmouth that at the age of 7 he entered the schooling of the monastery. This was the time in the dark middle ages known as the Golden Age of Northumbria, when monastic communities spread from Ireland to Iona to Lindisfarne: from Rome via Canterbury to here.

 

The western wall and the porch and lower tower visible today date from the foundation and still stand as part of the St.Peter’s church where the Christians worship as in earliest times.