360º view | Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is one of the most famous and easily recognizable buildings in the world, which is a symbol of Australia's largest city and one of the main attractions of the continent. The sail-shaped shells that form the roof make this building unlike any other in the world.

We examined this greatest architectural structure in detail in our last article. And today we will go on a 360° virtual journey to visit this marvel of architectural thought with the help of the wonderful Google Maps and AirPano services.

 

Google Maps gives you the opportunity to see the world for free, explore new places and plan future trips at any time without leaving your home.

Using the Google Maps service, you can virtually see what the Sydney Opera House looks like from the inside and walk around it using only a keyboard and mouse (also works on mobile devices):

  • Move around the map using the arrow keys to move forward or backward, hover over the desired location;
  • To zoom in or out, scroll the mouse wheel;
  • The "X" icon indicates the points to which you can move. To get to such a point, click on it.

☛ Go directly to the virtual map

 

AirPano is the world's largest resource for providing the highest quality 360° photos, usually taken from a bird's eye view. Filming is carried out mainly from helicopters and drones, but planes, airships and hot air balloons are also used.

AirPano gives you a bird's-eye view of the Sydney Opera House using just your keyboard and mouse (also works on mobile devices):

  • You can rotate the panorama with the mouse or use the arrows on the keyboard;
  • To zoom in or out, scroll the mouse wheel;
  • The "helicopter" icon indicates the points to which you can move. To get to such a point, click on the "helicopter";
  • To descend to the ground, click on the "traveler" icon.

☛ Go directly to the virtual panorama