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Inside the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, they had a giant multistory “Hall of Statues”. These were copies of all the famous statues from all over the world. I had to take four photographs and stitch them together into a panoramic view but I could not get to the exact center as there was a large statue in the way. The first view is a horizontal panorama.
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The same view but a Vertorama or vertical stitching of photos: