The d in 360 degrees via cardboard
“The deserted rocky city of Petra (Arabian البتراء al-Batrā ‘ ) in present-day Jordan was, in ancient times, the capital of the kingdom of the Nabataeans. Because of their tombs, whose monumental facades are carved directly from the rock, it is considered a unique cultural monument. On 6 December 1985, Petra was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites . “(Source: Wikipedia) In November 2015, Google launched its own Street View tour for its sites. Now, however, Petra and other locations can finally be viewed and viewed in 360 degrees using Google’s cardboard.
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