most (not all, some contributions are QTVR-only due to historical reasons)
many, but depends on photographer's choice of file upload (newer event = more likely to work) and your device's capabilities. You may experience slow playback, distorted images or unexpected browser quitting if there is only limited memory/GPU power available.
Standing on top (100m) of the slag heap (in Flemish: "terril" or "tris") of Beringen you can enjoy this 360° view of the province Limburg (East) and parts of the Provinces Antwerp (West) and Brabant (South-West).
These "mountains" are the remains of the coal mining industry that gave economic & social life shape in Limburg. You can see the other mines and heaps in the panorama to the East (Heusden-Zolder, Houthalen, Winterslag, Waterschei & Zwartberg). The Beringen coalmine started production quite late in 1922 due to engineering problems (water breaking in); On October 28, 1989 it closed its doors after a total production of 79.332.000 tons !! . The remaining slag heaps and mining buildings are still very obvious around the city.The mining museum (an Anchor Point of ERIH, The European Route of Industrial Heritage) is one of Beringen’s main attractions, retracing the industrial history of the region.
Latitude: 51° 4' 21.12" N
Longitude: 5° 14' 5.95" E Elevation: 100m
Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.