Clermont-Ferrand   52477
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1 Église Saint-Genès des Carmes
2 Monument de Vercingétorix
3 Centre Blaise-Pascal
4 Plateau de Gergovie, 728 m
5 Puy Giroux, 838 m
6 Château de Montrognon (ruins)
7 Conseil général du Puy-de-Dôme
8 Ceyrat
9 Puy de Montaudoux, 589 m
10 Puy de Grave Noire, 821 m
11  Puy de Charade, 904 m
12 Tour gauche (façade ouest)
13 Saint-Michel
14 Puy-de-Dôme, 1464m
15 Tour droite (façade ouest)
16 Puy Pariou, 1197m
17 Croix de Ternant, 1005m
18 Parc de Montjuzet
19 Église Saint-Eutrope
20  Côtes de Clermont
21 Tour Telecom

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Location: Clermont-Ferrand (Cathédrale)      by: Giuseppe Marzulli
Area: France      Date: 17 April 2014
Clermont-Ferrand is a French commune of about 150,000 inhabitants, capital of the region of Auvergne and of the department of Puy-de-Dôme.
It is known for:
the chain of Volcanoes (Chaîne des Puys) surrounding it;
it is headquarters of the Michelin tires;
in its surroundings was born Vercingetorix;
for its black Cathedral (lava stone built), from where the pano was taken.

Comments

Interesting Position! BR, Volker
2014/06/08 12:00 , Volker Driesen
Nice perspective, showing the Puy de Dôme between the cathedral towers. KR Wilfried
2014/06/09 11:15 , Wilfried Malz
Thank you very much for the comments. I also like very much the perspective.
I know that, in this site, does not like the cut towers ;-).
But I think that in this pano the cut towers are a positive element. They characterize well the pano, implying the place of shooting.
Obviously, it's just my opinion.
2014/06/09 19:37 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Nice view. Not in the main stream. And that's good. KR Arno.
2014/06/09 22:44 , Arno Bruckardt
If you break rules (like the rules not to cut towers), you have to break them intentionally and dramatically - then you reach a realm where the rules are not valid anymore. This is a panorama with a very strong effect. Cheers, Martin
2014/06/10 21:07 , Martin Kraus

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