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1 Neuwerkkirche
2 Jakobikirche
3 Breites Tor
4 Stephanikirche
5 Marktplatz
6 Kämmereigebäude mit Glockenspiel
7 Kaiserworth (Gildehaus der Kaufherren)

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Location: Goslar, Turm der Marktkirche      by: Jörg Nitz
Area: Germany      Date: 20.04.2009
Ganz, ganz unten im Archiv gefunden: Das Pano paßt zwar nicht zur Jahreszeit, aber ich wollte nach den dauernden Schwarzwald-Aussichten etwas Abwechslung bringen.

Goslar blieb im Krieg glücklicherweise unzerstört. Hunderte Fachwerkhäuser und viele romanische Kirchen prägen das Stadtbild. Die Lage am Rand des Harzes macht Goslar zudem attraktiv.

Der Nordturm der Marktkirche bietet einen vollständigen Rundblick, abgesehen vom störenden Südturm der Kirche. Leider stand die Sonne so tief, dass ich nach Südwesten zu das Pano abschneiden musste.

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I like much!
2011/12/07 23:15 , Giuseppe Marzulli
Hast du die Bilder vom exakt gleichen Standort aufgenommen und war das mit "rumlaufen" verbunden? Saubere Arbeit und herrliche Frühlingsfarben. Ein schönes Stadtbild...

lG,
Jörg E.
2011/12/08 08:21 , Jörg Engelhardt
Hello Jörg... 
Fine pano from here. I remember the view from here very well (was here 2008 & 2010). I recall 4 windows in the top of the tower, one in each direction, so a 360 degree must be possible with a little effort. I miss the sight of the Harz rising like a (little) wall to the right. Usually I'm not that turned on by roofs, but you get an impression of the landscape in which this beautiful city is situated. LG Jan.
2011/12/08 11:36 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Du bringst mir da eine mir völlig unbekannte Stadt und Gegend sehr schön näher. Danke !!
LG Christoph
2011/12/08 13:50 , Christoph Seger
"Danke Jörg
für die fruchtbare Geschichtsstunde und mit dem beigelegte sauberen Panoramabild!"
( ;- ))
Habe es lange angeschaut bevor ich Deinen Text gelesen habe, eben wegen der Kriegsbomben.
Gruss Walter
2011/12/08 15:32 , Walter Schmidt
@ Jan 
Hello Jan,
as I wrote at the beginning (in German language) it has been possible to make a 360-degree panoramic view. But it was late afternoon when I did these pictures, so the altitude of the sun in western direction was very deep. In the South there is the big second tower of the church. So I cut this panorama directly before the tower (at the right side) and at the beginning of the deep sun light (left side). May be you will go there a third time and show us the complete view! I hope so :-)
BR Jörg
2011/12/10 20:04 , Jörg Nitz
Hello Jörg (and Jörg)... 
To correct any slight misunderstanding...when I wrote my comment I was thinking of Jörg E.s question, but I got the answer somehow directed to Jörg N. Sorry! What I meant was, that a 360degree pano from here IS possible (and maybe there is more than 4 windows, maybe 6?), but not that it necessarily could have been done in this case. But you have to move from window to window.

When I wrote that I missed the mountains, I simply meant that I miss being there, in the Harz. I took a few pictures from the tower with a compact-camera, before I was turned on producing pano-stuff. Later I tried to stitch them, but only 2 pics would fit (to the W). Getting there again may take some persuation, as my wife and my 12-year old daughter want something more exotic to look at. My 6-year old son however liked it VERY much, both the old-style houses and especially the steam-trains to Brocken. So its 2-2, but they have an advantage, I'm afraid.

By the way, it's about time we see a good panorama from Brocken. I would really love that! LG Jan.
2011/12/10 21:51 , Jan Lindgaard Rasmussen
Sehr schöne Stadtansicht, nur den gleichmässigen Himmel hätte ich etwas mehr abgeschnitten. VG Martin
2011/12/11 16:25 , Martin Kraus

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