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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.

Check back often for amazing views from Austria, Belize, Canary Islands, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Italy, Mallorca, Romania, Switzerland and more countries coming very soon.

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Edelsteinausstellung Schütt, Pforzheim, Virtual Reality View, Black Forest, Germany,
In this unique exhibition visitors will be able to admire impressive gemstones, minerals and crystals from all over the world. In addition to rare exhibition expositions such as giant crystals, a world map of precious stones and rare minerals, Robert Schütt, a large stock of color stones such as aquamarines, amethysts, sapphires and many more, has existed since the foundation in 1890. Handmade jewelery from the own master workshop in gold and silver, unique necklaces of color stones as well as all jewelery repairs are the specialty of the company Schütt, which is in the fifth generation family-owned. If you wish, you can have an interesting tour through the world of precious stones and learn about the (jewelery) history of Pforzheim and the Schütt family.
Haslach view from above, 360 Schwarzwald, Germany
This 360 degree shot shows Haslach in the Kinzigtal (on Alemannisch Haasle). It is a small town with almost 7,000 inhabitants in the Black Forest, about 27 kilometers southeast of Offenburg and 38 kilometers north-east of Freiburg im Breisgau. Until its dissolution in 1973, Haslach was the largest municipality in the Wolfach district and now belongs to the Ortenaukreis. In the Middle Ages the market town in the middle Kinzigtal was important for the silver mining industry of the region, which gave her a place in Badnerlied. As early as 1278, it was granted city rights.

The Historical silver mine „Segen Gottes“, Haslach, VR Black Forest, Germany
This 360 degree image was taken in front of the visitors´ mine. The pit "blessing of God" is a testimony of an 800 year old mining. On three soles in the mine silver-bearing heavy and lava flows are revealed in rare beauty. Crystals, sintered and stalactites, as almost no other visitor mine in Baden-Wuerttemberg can offer, as well as masonry and iron cleared cleats in the best preservation state, as well as historical doorstock conversions belong to the treasures of the pit.
Memorial site Vulkan, Haslach, 360 Black Forest, Germany
This panorama was created as part of the Virtual Reality tour through the Black Forest. The now idyllic place with the oppressing past creates an atmosphere that supports the attention and the interest of the visitors. For this reason, seating arrangements have been established around the memorial, which allow for discussions with the visiting groups or even classroom classes

Parking in front of the Trachtenmuseum and information office, Haslach, 360 Black Forest, Germany
This 360 degree image was taken in front of the Trachtenmuseum in Haslach. Influenced by the spirit of time and moderation, by prosperity, poverty and confessional ties, the individual costumes of the Black Forest occur in the 18th century. Century. The traditional costume museum shows more than 100 black woodland paintings, presented in a lifelike manner, complemented by artistically crafted parts and objects from the peasant life.
Pharmacy Museum, Schiltach, 360 Black Forest, Germany
This panorama took place as part of the Virtual Reality tour through the Black Forest. The pharmacy museum in Schiltach has emerged from the former council pharmacy on the market square, which had already been founded in 1837. In 1985, it was closed as a pharmacy and reopened as a museum in 1989 while retaining its characteristic spatial design. View of the pharmacy museum The officinality, which is already a particularly worthy sight, in the form of beef-wooded rootwood furnishing with all that belongs to it, is supplemented by insights into the working world of former pharmacist generations in the laboratory and the pharmacist. A combined distillation plant is particularly impressive. It conveys the immense amount of work that was previously required in pharmacies for the production of distillates, decoctions, infusions and extracts. Furthermore, the diverse and typical working device for the production of pills, suppositories and ointments is shown. Even those devices which have been developed for the processing of medicinal herbs are presented in their functions. In showcases there are also topics from the whole pharmaceutical sector: collections of powder cans or inhalers, travel pharmacies of all sizes and equipment or even exotic matters like a frame for the correction of crooked noses. Early attempts to advertise all these pharmaceutical matters accompany their exhibition and illustrate their use. Topics such as the discovery of bacteria and the impact of this discovery on the pharmaceutical sector of pharmacists are deepened by special exhibitions.

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