A Virtual Tour of Montreal and Quebec. Immersive panoramic photography, 360 degree panoramas
Une visite virtuelle à Montréal et Québec, Photographie panoramique et immersive

Le Dîner en blanc, Montréal

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Le Dîner en blanc s’est passé au Square Victoria, en plein centre-ville de Montréal.

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The Dîner en blanc happened at the Square Victoria, in the heart of downtown Montreal.

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Fireworks for the New Year’s Eve at the Old Port

Fireworks at the quai and a show at the Jacques Cartier square made the party for thousands of people that gathered at Montreal’s Historic Center for the New Year’s Eve. The sound was recorded at the site with a H2 Zoom recorder using a Redhead windscreen.

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Montreal360’s panoramics on Ultra Wide Views exhibition at Université de Montréal

Two panoramas (tulips festival and McGill campus at night) from Montreal photographer Eduardo Hutter were on display on  the Ultra Wide Views (UWiVi) at the École Polytechnique de Montréal, during the LGM 2009. The above panoramic photo was taken by Yuval Levy.

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Solstice of the Nations at the Parc du Mont Royal

World Wide Panorama, a project from the University of California Berkeley

The drum salutes the sun at the summer solstice on Canada’s National Aboriginal Day. The ceremony, first celebrated in 1996, is held all across Canada. In 2007 First Nations leaders and dignitaries from different levels of the Canadian government gathered to celebrate the Solstice of the Nations. Innus from the Uashat-Maliotenam community, lit a fire that was passed to the organizers of the Fête Nationale du Québec to bring together and create stronger bonds of friendship, between the peoples of Québec.

Panoramic photography shot in June 2007 for the World Wide Panorama project, behind the Kondiaronk Belvedere on Mount Royal.

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The Polar Bear Plunge, for the Special Olympics Quebec – panoramic 3D photo

Are you ready to put on your bathing suit and take a plunge into a freezing cold water? Well, Montrealers are not afraid of the cold and that’s what these guys did on a -10º C Saturday at the Jean-Drapeau park! The Polar Bear Plunge is a fund-raising activity organized by the Law Enforcement Torch Run officers for the benefit of the Special Olympics Quebec .

The Special Olympics movement is active in over 165 countries with more than 2.25 millions special athletes of all ages registered worldwide. Its mission is to enrich the lives of individuals with an intellectual disability through sport.

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Canadian Tulip Festival in Ottawa

The Canadian Tulip Festival claims to be the world’s largest tulip festival, with attendance of over 500,000 visitors annually. This major cultural event is held annually in Ottawa and Gatineau, Canada, generally on three weekends in May, concluding with the Victoria Day long weekend.

Although tulips are displayed throughout the city, the most extensive tulip beds are to found in Commissioners Park on the shores of Dow’s Lake, on the Rideau Canal with 300,000 tulips planted there alone.

In 1945, the Dutch royal family sent 100,000 tulip bulbs to Ottawa in gratitude for Canadians having sheltered Princess Juliana and her daughters for the preceding three years during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands, in the Second World War. (Source: Wikipedia)

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