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New panoramic 360 tours are being added every day by our partners from all over the world. We work in co-operation with many tourism boards and organizations.
A few examples are: Black Forest Tourism Board, Zell am See-Kaprun Tourism Board, Uttendorf Tourism, Insel Radio Mallorca and many more.

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Fair, Freiburg, Black Forest, Germany
More than 50 years of experience lie in the company history of Messe Freiburg. As a competent partner, we offer solutions, services and services combined with the charm of a lively university town and technology combined with state-of-the-art know-how in all trade fair and event questions. More than half a million visitors, about 35 trade fairs, exhibitions and events every year at the Freiburg exhibition grounds prove: Messe Freiburg is a driving force for people and markets and one of the most important marketplaces in the region. And: more than 2.8 million people live in the catchment area of the fair - an attractive target group for consumption surveys and events.
Europa-Park, Theme Park and Resort, 360 Virtual Tour, Rust, Black Forest, Germany
This 360 Virtual Tour of Europa-Park was taken as part of the Virtual Reality-platform of Black Forest. Whether you stop in Iceland, Greece or Portugal, you’ll experience one of 13 different Europe-themed areas spanning 90 hectares of the park. Each themed country area features typical architecture, cuisine, and vegetation, and creates a truly exciting holiday atmosphere. How about a ride on the wooden roller coaster “WODAN”, the fun family attraction “Whale Adventures - Splash Tours” or the “Bluefire mega-coaster powered by GAZPROM” in Iceland? Or maybe a trip through Greece’s ancient mythology on the water coaster “Poseidon” is more your style? In France, the “Silver Star” and “Eurosat” await the bravest roller coaster fans and, right next door, the Swiss “Matterhorn-Blitz” sends them through thrilling loops and curves. While visitors whiz by on wild rapids through the “World of Trolls” the Russian district beckons with a racy ride to the stars in the “Euro-Mir” featuring the world’s highest and fastest spinning coaster. International performers mesmerise, dance and juggle their way into visitors’ hearts, and the Globe Theatre puts on yet another breathtaking show. Pirouettes, leaps and summersaults will keep you on the edge of your seat at the new ice skating show “Surprice in the Museum”. Germany’s largest amusement park is a thrilling experience offering more than 100 attractions and international shows within 13 European themes. With over six hours of entertainment options and five on-site resort hotels, Europa Park is a unique holiday destination nearly the triangle of borders between Germany, France and Switzerland. There really is something for everyone.

St. Bonifatius, Emmendingen, Black Forest, Germany,
The Catholic life in Emmendingen existed already in the 12th century, a church is mentioned for the first time 1236. In the course of the Reformation, Emmendingen became Protestant. As a result of the Emmendinger religious discussion of 1590 Markgraf Jacob III. From Baden to the Catholic faith. Shortly thereafter, he was poisoned and thereby also extinguished Catholic life in Emmendingen for centuries. The Catholic Cistercian monks from Tennenbach were only allowed to accompany individuals pastorally. It was only in 1863 that the Catholic parishion of St. Boniface could be founded in Emmendingen. It belonged at that time to 688 Catholics, and was, with the exception of Heimbach and Nimburg, nearly identical with the territory of today's Roman Catholic church community of Emmendingen-Teningen.
Diary Archive, old town hall, Emmendingen, Schwarzwald, Germany,
Autobiographical testimonies are important sources for historical and cultural research, especially for the study of everyday and mentality history. The Deutsche Tagebucharchiv (DTA), based in the Old Town Hall of Emmendingen, sees itself as a place of storage for such contemporary German-language material. Diaries, memoirs, and letters are collected, archived, stored in a professional manner, and made accessible to both science and the general public.

Museum in the Markgrafenschloss, Emmendingen, Schwarzwald, Germany,
In the Margrave Castle, whose present appearance dates back to 16th century alterations, In the permanent exhibition on the first floor, the history of Emmendingens is traced from the first documentary mention in the year 1094 to the more recent times with the themes craftwork, guilding, industrialization and Emmendingen in the 18th century.
Jewish Museum, Emmendingen, Black Forest, Germany,
In the basement of the small half-timbered building in the immediate vicinity of the destroyed synagogue is the restored, protected Mikve from the middle of the 19th century to visit. On the ground floor is an exhibition on the history of the Israelite community of Emmendingen from 1716 to 1940. The fate of Emmendinger Jews during the Nazi dictatorship is documented. In addition, the museum shows exhibits on Jewish culture and everyday life. The Jewish festivals in the course of the year are explained in detail. On the upper floor, visitors are offered a reading and seminar room with literature and videos on Judaism and Jewish history.

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