I’m very punny. This is another angle of the church from last week, Église Saint-Vincent-de-Paul in the Clichy area of Paris. I thought the round circle was very interesting, and wondered if perhaps it used to be a rose window like Notre-Dame, but after looking it up online, I couldn’t find anything confirming that hypothesis.
Recently, Armenia’s historical, cultural, and natural sights were captured in full by 360 degree images. Ucom, an Armenian isp, and 360Stories, a film crew, carried out this massive undertaking. The end result is stunning.
As I navigated through the images of 360 Great Armenia, I was pleasantly surprised by not only the lack of lag, but by how much I felt like I was playing a video game. (Get on that, developers. We want to find clues or treasure in these VR apps!)
Although I couldn’t find many references to Armenia in popular culture, that is too bad, as this country would be an excellent backdrop for movies. A Bollywood movie was filmed there in summer 2017, and multiple Armenian movies (obviously) have been set in Armenia.
The real reason to visit Armenia is for it’s own sake; it is rich in history, culture, and beautiful scenery. The 360 images only whet the appetite (and you can’t taste the food through a picture!) and you will be begging for more before the end of the VR tour.
Are you interested in travelling to Armenia? You can contact Jennifer Desmarais through Orleans Travel. firstname.lastname@example.org