The magic camera of Jerusalem 360 enables you to enjoy what is probably the largest panoramic photo project of Jerusalem and Israel. You can participate in a 360 degree panorama tour of over 100 locations in the Old and New city of Jerusalem at a click of a button.
So far over 100 historical sites in Jerusalem have been photographed for the project. The attractions photographed include the Jewish Quarter, Western Wall Square, the Kotel, Jerusalem Gates, Churva Synagogue, Kardo, Mamila, Kidron Stream, Yemin Moshe, David’s Tomb, North African Jewry Center, Ma’arat Zidkyahu (Zedekiah Cave) , Machane Yehuda, String Bridge, the Great Synagogue, YMCA, Four Sefaradic Synagogues, Jaffa Street, Davidka, Safra Square, Israel Museum Jerusalem (IMJ) Synagogue, the Arab Shuq, the String Bridge, the Mount of Olives, the Old City’s gates, Mishkenot Sha’ananim and many more.
Here is a sample of the panorama stills.
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The Jerusalem 360 Project was founded by Tamir Orbaum, a kibbutznik from Kibbuta Lavi, in memory of his father, Arie (Obby) Orbaum.
The Jerusalem 360 Project is updated monthly. Readers can register to receive updates.
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