St Paul's Cathedral interior

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Created by MSN UK photography staff for St. Paul's Cathedral 300th year reconstruction anniversary, 20 October 2008.

The cathedral was completely destroyed in the great London fire of 1666, and construction as we see it was not completed until 1710.

Original stones from the destoyed cathedral were used in the reconstruction.

Although interior photography of the cathedral is traditionally not granted to the public, MSN UK was given permission in view of this special event.
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Synthy 96%
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Date Created 10/20/2008
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(4)
K Over 1 year ago
Wow, what an incredible synth. You could spend a lot of time wandering around in this. Make sure to hit F or click the full screen icon in the lower right to see this in its full glory!
Marvin Over 1 year ago
Wow! You managed to capture the entire interior of the cathedral. I don't believe I've ever seen it this way.
msncars Over 1 year ago
Yeah, this is a very good effort - 96% synthy on such a VAST building is job well done.
monika29 Over 1 year ago
really great. how it is created?????
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