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Antarctic expedition
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Antarctic expedition

The Antarctic is the coldest and the most extraordinary continent of the Earth. Its native inhabitants are not of the Homo Sapiens species. The main features of the local landscape are mountains covered with snow, glaciers, icebergs and the boundless ocean. It is the kingdom of nature, nothing more...

Great Wall of China
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Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China can be easily called a world landmark: there is hardly a person who doesn't know about it or its location, and it not just because of its obvious name. The Great Wall of China is the most famous monument, unparalleled in its glory. The wall was supposed to run along the mountain chain, rounding all the spurs and covering high rises and deep gorges...

Grand tour of Manhattan, New York, USA
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Grand tour of Manhattan, New York, USA

I remember this photo shoot by one funny detail: there were no headphones for passengers in the helicopter's cabin. I had to shout from the back seat (while trying to overcome the engine roar that was coming from the open door) to let the pilot know where to go. I also had to tap on his shoulder and then point the direction...

Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt
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Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt

Arabian proverb says, "Everything in the world is afraid of time, and time is afraid of the pyramids". We would like to invite our visitors to have a bird-eye view of the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt — the only one of "Seven Wonders of the World" which is still standing...

Iguazu Falls, Argentina-Brazil. Grand tour
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Iguazu Falls, Argentina-Brazil. Grand tour

The waterfalls are unbelievably cool! A true endless flow of water! Approximately 1,5 to 3 million liters per second of water flows down the Iguazu Falls every second depending on the season. Entire canyon is covered with think mist created by falling water...

Marlon Brando's Tetiaroa atoll. French Polynesia
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Marlon Brando's Tetiaroa atoll. French Polynesia

Roughly 50 km north of Tahiti lies the beautiful island of Teti'aroa atoll. This is the atoll of Marlon Brando, who started to lease it back in the 1960s after having discovered it from the top of a mountain in Tahiti while he was shooting the movie Mutiny on the Bounty. After this very first visual contact, he found a local fisherman who took him to Teti'aroa in his boat...

Hong Kong, 2018
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Hong Kong, 2018

Hong Kong is both a city and a state, and (more precisely), a special administrative area of the People's Republic of China. It is truly "special" in all regards...

Gardens of the Queen, Cuba
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Gardens of the Queen, Cuba

These pristine islands, unaffected by people, covered by impassable mangroves and inhabited by crocodiles, turtles, iguanas and other representatives of wildlife, undoubtedly can be compared to a heavenly beautiful garden. But the true beauty of Jardines de la Reina is covered in the water: there is a coral reef stretching for almost 150 kilometers...

India
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India

India is one of the most ancient countries in the world: even 500,000 years from now its territory had already been inhabited. Architectural monuments of India have no equals in the whole world. And now we invite you to have a tour over these exotic lands with their most precious cultural heritage...

Victoria Falls, Zambia-Zimbabwe, 2015
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Victoria Falls, Zambia-Zimbabwe, 2015

Long ago when the discoverer David Livingstone first saw the waterfall from a distance, some say, he mistook it for a fire in savannah. The point is that when the water falls from the height of one hundred meters, it splits into thousands of drops that create giant clouds that can be seen from a distance of many kilometres...

Dubai, the best
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Dubai, the best

We have been filming Dubai three times for the last several years. And each time the results astonished us with the range and beauty of the metropolis that used to be a desert. Today we decided to show you the glory of the modern Dubai architecture and picked the most interesting spherical panoramas out of each project...

Best Volcanoes around the World from above
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Best Volcanoes around the World from above

Volcanoes are ones of the most curious creations of nature. We have prepared the selected tour which includes panoramas of such "celebrities" as an extinct stratovolcano Elbrus, volcanic massif Plosky Tolbachik or threatening Eyjafjallajökull...

Wayag Island, Raja Ampat, Indonesia
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Wayag Island, Raja Ampat, Indonesia

The Raja Ampat archipelago, according to an advertising poster, is the "last paradise in the world". Rocky mountains, overgrown with tropical jungles, stand out on the surface of the emerald sea; typical poster about life in paradise. As usual, these reserved islands are hardly accessible...

Saint Petersburg, Russia
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Saint Petersburg, Russia

Comparing to Moscow and many other Russian cities, Saint-Petersburg is rather young. At the time when either Yaroslavl or Vladimir, either Moscow or Suzdal were in the centre of the Russian history, the area of present-day Petersburg was occupied by settlements of hunters, fishermen and farmers...

Moscow, the best
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Moscow, the best

Moscow is Europe's largest metropolis with unforgettable atmosphere and unique historical monuments that reflect the history of Russia. And the most famous buildings are the "Stalinist skyscrapers" - seven high-rise buildings built from the late 1940s to early 1950s...

Iceland, the best aerial panoramas
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Iceland, the best aerial panoramas

Spacious fields, mountains, and water exists in all possible states: from frozen ice to steaming geysers – this is what makes this unique, majestic, harsh and deserted landscape of Iceland, the country that looks so different from anything else in the world...

Petra, Jordan
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Petra, Jordan

Petra is a city that lives in four dimensions. Or "lived" to be exact... My mind doesn't want to accept the fact that the majority of the breathtaking monumental rock castles are only random parts of a gigantic centuries-old multinational Necropolis. But Petra was not designed as Necropolis. Deep under the rocks, there once lived around twenty thousand people...

Barcelona, Spain
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Barcelona, Spain

Barcelona is one of the most famous ancient cities in the world.  The center of the old city is the Gothic Quarter. It still has many structures that were built during the Middle Ages, and even some buildings that were built around the time of the first Roman settlements...

Everest, Himalayas, Nepal, Part II, December 2012
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Everest, Himalayas, Nepal, Part II, December 2012

Nepal is lucky to have so many extraordinary landmarks. Not only that Nepal is known as the birthplace of Buddha, it also has the majority of highest mountains in the world: 8 out of 14 8K Peaks are located here. Among them is Mount Everest, the highest mountain on planet Earth...

Santorini (Thira), Oia, Greece
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Santorini (Thira), Oia, Greece

There is no time, no rush. Eyes are resting, slowly moving along wonderful, as if carefully picked by an artist, details: the rhythm of blue-and-white stairs, a black cat napping on a white parapet. Everything has its special charm. This is an amazing island, capable of filling up not only view finders of your camera, but your entire soul...

The Matterhorn Mountain, Switzerland
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The Matterhorn Mountain, Switzerland

Ranking traditional icons of Switzerland by their increasing size may look like this: Swiss watch, Swiss knife, Swiss chocolate, Swiss cheese, and Swiss bank. The largest icon of Switzerland - the Matterhorn Mountain — caps the list...

Flight to Stratosphere
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Flight to Stratosphere

Sending cameras into the stratosphere is done by using balloons filled with helium. These balloons rise 35-37 kilometers above the ground, gradually increasing in size until they are as big as three-story house. At this altitude balloons suppose to burst and send cameras safely to the ground by parachute...

Taj Mahal, India. Part I
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Taj Mahal, India. Part I

In 1997 famous Frenchman Bertran photographed Taj Mahal from a helicopter. Since that moment nobody else has been able to get a permission to shoot the Indian landmark from air for 15 years. AirPano has achieved the impossible — for the first time in world's history we created a virtual aerial photo tour of Taj Mahal, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World...

Christ the Redeemer Statue, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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Christ the Redeemer Statue, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

During sunrise the wind blew from the ocean and gradually cleared the fog away from the hill, leaving behind fantastic colors.  Suddenly a huge heavy cloud floated above our heads became brightly coloured in orange. Dima shouted: "Urgent take off!" And we were on our way! ...

Paris, France
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Paris, France

France is one of the most famous countries in Europe, and Paris is probably the most famous city in the world. Paris is rightfully called "the city of light". It is because the capital of France has been a center of education, arts and philosophy for many many centuries...

Angel Waterfall of Venezuela - The World's Highest Waterfall
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Angel Waterfall of Venezuela - The World's Highest Waterfall

In March of 2011, Dima Moiseenko flew to Venezuela to shoot Angel Falls, the world's highest waterfall. The photo session lasted for two days. However, all of difficulties were overcome and Dima managed to shoot Angel Falls and two other waterfalls that flow from the Tepui.