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Best of 2005 (January 1st - December 31st, 2005)

Zsolt Frei

Gellért Spa

Martin Frech

Erster Schnee

Alt-Marienfelde, Berlin, Germany

December 26, 2005 -- approx. 13:00 MEZ (12:00 UTC)

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This VR panorama shows the common of Marienfelde, a place looking back on a long and eventful history. People have lived in this place for thousands of years. The Templars founded a knight's estate in the 12th century and built one of the finest fieldstone churches in this area.

In 1435 Marienfelde became part of the bigger town of Berlin, later the capital of the Prussian kingdom and today the capital of the reunited Germany. The medieval fieldstone church is the oldest building in Berlin today.

(Translation: Vera Olbricht)

A different version of this pano is available here.
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Seitz Roundshot Super 220 VR (mounted on an Arca Swiss Monoball head on a Linhof heavy duty pro tripod) | Schneider PC-Super-Angulon 2,8/28mm | f/22, 1/2 s | Ilford FP4 plus in Adox ATM 49 1:1, 10 min @ 20°C | Epson Perfection 3200 Photo | Epson Scan, Photoshop, QTVR Authoring Tools Suite, QTVR Authoring Studio, QuickTime Player

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Das Panorama zeigt den Anger von Marienfelde, einen Ort mit langer und ereignisreicher Geschichte. Seit 1435 ist Marienfelde ein Bestandteil von Berlin (heute Deutschlands Hauptstadt), doch schon seit über tausend Jahren siedeln Menschen an diesem Platz. Im 12. Jahrhundert gründeten die Templer hier ein Rittergut und errichteten um 1220 die Feldsteinkirche, das älteste erhaltene Gebäude Berlins.

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