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Ausblick vom Vierungsturm des Kölner Doms, © André Menne, Peter Wieler

360°-un­esco-pan­or­a­mas


pan­or­amic jour­ney through the UN­ESCO World

The spectacular photographs of the five UNESCO World Heritage Sites in North Rhine-Westphalia will make visitors want to go and see them in real life. Their outstanding quality perfectly communicates the spatial impression, and makes it possible to zoom in down to the smallest detail.

The five most important treasures of North Rhine-Westphalia have never before been seen in this way. The spectacular 360° photographs of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in NRW allow visitors to see them at the click of a mouse, with close-up views into and onto the famous buildings. The outstanding quality of the photographs perfectly communicates the spatial impression, and makes it possible to zoom in down to the smallest detail. Visitors have the opportunity to take a virtual tour of Aachen Cathedral, Cologne Cathedral, the Augustusburg and Falkenlust palaces, the Zeche Zollverein colliery and the Schloss Corvey palace.

Brand new: with virtual reality glasses, there is now also the option of diving into the UNESCO World Heritage Site buildings from your own home. Try it out!

Either click on the glasses symbol in the navigation bar, or start the panoramas directly in VR mode:

 


Start Aachen Cathedral in VR mode | Start Cologne Cathedral in VR mode | Start Schloss Corvey palace in VR mode | Start the Brühl palaces in VR mode | Start the Zeche Zollverein colliery in VR mode

Aachen cathedral inside, © André Menne, Peter Wieler
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Aachen Cathed­ral

Cologne cathedral, © André Menne, Peter Wieler
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Co­logne Cathed­ral

former Benedictine abbey at Corvey, © André Menne, Peter Wieler
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Cor­vey

The Augustusburg and Falkenlust palaces in Brühl are two of Germany’s most important examples of Baroque and Rococo architecture., © André Menne, Peter Wieler
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Au­gus­tus­burg and Falken­lust palaces

Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex, © André Menne, Peter Wieler
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Zollver­ein

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Das ehemalige Kloster und heutige Schloss Corvey ist heute Wohnort des Herzoglichen Hauses Ratibor und Corvey, © Tourismus NRW e.V.
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Cor­vey Höx­ter

Schloss Falkenlust ist elegant ausgestattet und eingerichtet, © Horst Gummersbach
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The Brühl Palaces Brühl

The Aachen Cathedral, © aachen tourist service e.v.
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Aachen Cathed­ral

Hohenzollernbrücke mit Dom, © Oliver Franke, Tourismus NRW e.V.
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Co­logne Cathed­ral

UNESCO World Heritage Site Zollverein, © Jochen Tack - Stiftung Zollverein
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UN­ESCO World Her­it­age Site Zollver­ein