Inside a former gasometer in Germany, a 360º painting takes you back in time to 1756 Dresden.
The work of Austrian artist Yadegar Asisi, the term “panometer” is a unique one, coined by the artist to embody the description of the panorama presented in the inner wall of a former gasometer, a circular storage tank for natural gas. The Dresden panometer was unveiled in 2006—Asisi has another in the city of Leipzig which opened in 2003.
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