In the heart of Germany, in a town called Leipzig, there’s an unexpected installation that is truly wowing visitors. It’s called a panometer, a visual panorama displayed inside a former gasometer, and it displays scenes from Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. If it sounds impressive, that’s because it is: The display spans about 3,500 square meters, and measures at 32 meters high and 110 meters in circumference. The goal is to make visitors feel like they can have an up close and personal experience with the largest coral reef in the world. Check out the incredible photos below.
Germans Have Squeezed The ENTIRE Barrier Reef Into One Awe Inspiring Building. October 15, 2017