By Jack Williams
These stunning panoramic images showcase some of the world’s most beautiful and fascinating religious locations.
From the Taj Mahal to the Sagrada Família, temples in Bhutan to the Kremlin in Moscow, staff at Airpano have photographed more than 50 holy spots.
The group regularly travel the world in search of such stunning architecture – be it religious or otherwise.
But its the holy sites that usually offer the most eye-catching shots, Sergey Rumyantsev, cheif technology officer with Airpano, said.
Adding to the appeal of this collection, Sergey said, is the fact that many religious locations happen to be some of the most recognizable in the world.
He said: “Different countries, different religions, different people – for travelers with a camera, this is the best award that can be imagined.
“Lots of nice people help us perform our shooting.
“Christians, Muslims, Buddhists or Hindus – all of them were extremely great people.
“All places taken to this series are very, very beautiful.”