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Best of 2006

(January 1st - December 31st, 2006)

Dylan Surridge


Patrick Sun

Shanghai People's Square

Shanghai, China

OCT 15th, 2006

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The People's Square is located at the center of Shanghai. It is one of the most famous place in Shanghai. The People's Square covers an area of 130,700 square meters. When you open this panorama, in the initial image you will see a building with round roof, that is Shanghai Museum which is located at the south of the square. And a building on the opposite of Shanghai Museum is Shanghai City Hall which is located at the north of the square. To the right of the city hall , a building with an inverse arch roof is the Shanghai Grand Theater . And to the left of the city hall is the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall. At the center of the square, between the museum and the city hall, there is a music fountain . Around the square lots of skyscrapers has been rising in recent years . When you go into The People's Square and enjoy the beautiful scenery around it , you will experience that Shanghai is an entirely new, prosperous and hopeful city in orient now.

Asia / China

Lat: 31° 13' 50.83" N
Long: 121° 28' 12.77" E

Elevation: 7

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

Camera: Canon 1DS Lens: Canon 16-35mm Software: Realviz Stitcher v5.1, Adobe Photoshop CS V8.0

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