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360 photos Pao de Acucar Rio de Janeiro Panorama Immersive 360 degrees

This entry was posted on Nov 30 2008

foto 360 graus feita no alto do Pão de Açúcar, numa bela manhã ensolarada onde pode-se perceber a beleza deslumbrante da Cidade do Rio de Janeiro, com suas praias e as montanhas que desenham o contorno deste pedaço do paraíso que é a Cidade Maravilhosa abençoada por Deus, claro lembrando que Deus é Brasileiro  em foto 360 graus do AYRTON especialista e pioneiro no Brasil da tecnica de fotografia panoramica imersiva

Click here to view a 360 degree photo of Sugarloaf

Click the picture above to see 360 ​​degrees from the top of Sugarloaf Mountain, a stunning view of the Wonderful City!

This photo 360 degrees was held on a beautiful sunny morning. Can notice the breathtaking beauty of the Rio de Janeiro City, with its beaches and mountains that draw the outline of this piece of paradise that is the Marvelous City blessed by God. Of course remembering that God is Brazilian.

Surrounded by vegetation characteristically tropical climate with remnants of the Atlantic Forest, has native species than in other areas of the Brazilian coastal vegetation has been extinguished, as well as rare species such as the orchid "laelia lobata" that only in two places on the planet: the hill of Sugar Loaf and Pedra da Gavea, both in Rio de Janeiro. Brazilian mountain with the greatest number of climbing routes (until 1997 there were 38), the Sugarloaf daily receives hundreds of climbers, mountaineers and ecologists Brazilians and foreigners can enjoy the sight of this picture 360 ​​degrees around you.

In addition to tourist and ecological landmark of the city of Rio de Janeiro, the complex has been an important cultural center. In the 70s it housed in the amphitheater of the Morro da Urca - called "Concha Verde" - concerts that launched great talents of Brazilian music to an audience of up to 50 thousand people per year. The Green it also staged fashionable carnival events between 1977 and 1987, as the famous "Sugar Loaf Carnival Ball". Currently, the amphitheater used for art exhibitions, business conferences, cocktail parties to product launches, dinners and parties.
There are several versions about the origin of the name. One of the best known Portuguese indicates as responsible.

During the height of the cultivation of sugar cane in Brazil (XVI and XVII century), after being squeezed sugar cane and boiled and refined broth, sugar blocks were placed in a conical form of clay (to transport them to Europe), called "sugar loaf". The similarity of the Rio cliff with that form of clay have originated the name and makes perfect for 360 photos for the beauty it provides to visitors and looking far too.

The name Sugar Loaf became world famous, from the second half of the nineteenth century, when the beauty of Sugarloaf was exalted by drawings and prints by the French artist Jean Baptiste Debret and graphic designer and a German painter Johann Moritz Rugendas.

But first, the location name is written in various ways: in the Tupi language, was called the "Pau-nh-açuquã", which means "high, isolated hill and pointed." The French who invaded Rio de Janeiro called "Pot de beurre". Already the Portuguese settlers called "Bread Sucar". The postcard also been written with "ss" according to the old spelling of Portuguese and various attempts 360 shots were made only today but with this above can really appreciate all the beauty that one sees from above .

Illustrious figures like scientist Albert Einstein and former United States President John Kennedy have been through the Sugar Loaf, plus the many artists who performed at the Morro da Urca, especially in the 80s In 1977, the American tightrope walker Steven McPeak walked on the cable from the cable car between the Morro da Urca and the Sugarloaf, holding a metal rod as a counterweight.
A sequence from the movie "007 Rocket Against Death", with Roger Moore as James Bond, filmed in 1979, helped promote the city and the country abroad.
In 1990, a tribute to the pilot Ayrton Senna exhibited at Morro da Urca one Formula 1. And most recently, in 2004, the Olympic Torch Relay for the Athens Olympics in 2007 and the Olympic torch of the Pan American Games in Rio de January visited Sugar Loaf.

The coordinates for this image 360 ​​degrees from the top of Sugarloaf are: 22 56 57 S / 43 09 27 W

ENGLISH:

Click on the picture above and look at 360 of the top of Sugar Loaf, Rio de Janeiro at the stunning view of the wonderful city!

This photo 360 degrees was held on a beautiful sunny morning. You can see the sheer beauty of Rio de Janeiro, with its beaches and mountains que draw the outline of this piece of paradise That Is the Marvelous City blessed by God. Of course remembering que God is Brazilian.

Surrounded by the characteristic vegetation of the tropics, with remnants of Atlantic Forest, boasts native species elsewhere in the Brazilian coastal vegetation Have Been wiped out as well as rare species such as orchid Laelia lobata, Which flourishes only in two places the planet: the hill of Sugar Loaf and the mountain, Both in Rio de Janeiro. Brazilian mountain with the greatest number of means of access (up to 1997 there Were 38), Sugar Loaf daily Receives Hundreds of climbers, mountaineers and ecologists Brazilians and foreigners who can enjoy the 360 ​​degrees around you.

In addition to tourism and ecology of the city of Rio de Janeiro, the complex Has Been an important cultural center. In the 70s it housed in the amphitheater of the Morro da Urca - called "Green Conch" - que musical shows have launched great talents of Brazilian music in the program que assembled up to 50 thousand people per year. The Green Shell Also was the scene of fashionable carnival, between 1977 and 1987, the famous "Sugar Loaf Carnival Ball". It now houses art exhibitions, business conferences, cocktail product launches, dinners and parties.
There are several versions about the origin of the name. One of the most popular shows the responsible- the English.

During the height of the cultivation of sugar cane in Brazil (XVI-XVII centuries), after the cane is squeezed and the juice boiled and refined, the sugar units Were Placed in a conical form of clay (to transport em to Europe), called "sugar loaf". The similarity of the rock Rio with que form of clay Originated have the name and picture is perfect for 360 degrees of beauty que Gives visitors and looking far too.

The name Sugar Loaf Became world famous, from the second half of the nineteenth century, When the beauty of Sugarloaf was exalted by the drawings and engravings of the French graphic artist Jean Baptiste Debret and the German artist and painter Johann Moritz Rugendas.

But first, the place name was spelled several ways: in the Tupi language, was called "Pau-nh-açuquã" meaning. "High hill, isolated and pointed" The French have invaded Rio de Janeiro called "Pot de beurre. Since the English colonists called the "Bread of Sucar." Has Also Been The postcard written with "ss" According to the old spelling of the English language and several attempts to 360 degrees pictures had Been made only today but with this you can really up enjoy all the beauty que can be seen from above.

Figures such as the scientist Albert Einstein and former US President John Kennedy Have Been through the cable car to Sugar Loaf, in addition to many artists who Performed at the Morro da Urca, Mainly in the 80s. In 1977, the American Steven McPeak tightrope walked on the ski lift cable, between the Morro da Urca and Sugar Loaf, holding a metal rod as a counter.
The sequel, "007 against the Rocket of Death," with Roger Moore's James Bond, filmed in 1979, Helped promote the city and abroad.
In 1990, a tribute to Ayrton Senna pilot Stated in Morro da Urca a Formula 1 car. And, Most recently in 2004, the Olympic Torch for the Athens Olympics in 2007 and the Olympic Torch of the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro visited the Sugar Loaf.

The coordinates for this photo 360 degrees from the top of Sugar Loaf are: 22 56 57 S / 43 09 27 W

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40 Responses to "Picture 360 ​​degrees Pao de Acucar Rio de Janeiro Panorama Immersive 360 ​​degrees"

  1. Precious!


  2. Gracias !!!
    Thanks
    Thank you

    360 ABCs
    The


  3. You will continue to blow us all away. Awesome cloths. I guess I'm just going to have to buy me a ticket and come see you so you can teach me how to make cloths These Wonderful.

    Good job Aryton ...... you inspire me to work harder.


  4. Hi Gregory
    You make me shy.
    Thanks for all your compliments.
    There's no secret at all it's just God's plan in creating a gorgeous place and I just shoot it :-)
    Thanks again
    360 ABCs
    The


  5. Impressive, It really looks great!
    When people eat there in real life it might happen that view would not be so great as you have it :-)


  6. Yeahhh Ervin
    I was lucky on day que :-)
    BUT ... anytime you go it's a pleasure to look from there, even if it's rainning.
    Thanks for stoping by
    360 ABCs
    The


  7. Very nice! :)
    Which lens do you use for shooting cloths?


  8. Helo Nile
    On this particular one, it was the Nikkor 10.5mm
    But I always choose for each situation, between a bunch I carry with me ;-)
    Thanks for stopping by.
    best
    The


  9. Hello Ayrton
    It's december and im glad to see That You have a very nice weather in Brazil
    Keep up doing great Job!
    Congratulation!
    and thanks a lot to make me travel


  10. Hi Myriamax
    Yeap the weather down her it is nice, since it's summer :-)
    But, this photo was shot earlier unknown in the year.
    pls come visit us too, or just stop by more oftem here on my site :-)
    Thanks for posting
    cheers
    The


  11. Very nice cloths Ayrton, I put a link on my blog!
    http://www.francepanorama.fr/visite-virtuelle-360-bresil.html

    Cheers,
    Guillaume


  12. Thanks a lot Guillaume :-)
    Merci beaucoup pour le faire ton à link site.
    C'est un plaisir d'avoir reçu tes mots aussi ici.
    Salut
    The


  13. Curitiba, December 16, 2008.

    Hello ... Ayrton. Good afternoon !!!!!
    I found beautiful photos, but I went on their website to be able to talk to you. When I went to Rio in February on Sugar Loaf I took some pictures and there are now some very beautiful wooden benches and pitched it to my attention and I would love to know where I could buy them and who could give me this information. Suddenly I'm traveling up thinking that you can help me.
    But Parabens the photos. See a beautiful city in 360 is too much.

    Thank you
    Regina


  14. Dear Regina
    Thank you for the compliments. Actually not quite understand your question ... but if it is about the "banks" honestly could not tell you.
    Thanks for visiting and come back often.
    The


  15. Ayrton !!!!!!! sensational. Too beautiful. Abs.


  16. Thank you dear Jorge
    Check back often
    ABCs
    The


  17. Loved !!!!!! Fabulous, everything is perfect! Congratulations for your wonderful work !!


  18. Thank you Giselle for visiting! :-)
    good Morning

    bjs
    Ayrton


  19. Thank you so much for the wonderful job you do. It has brought` back all of my great memories or Rio de Janeiro where I lived for 3 years. Now I know I am not overstating the beauty of the city!
    Shannon


  20. Hello Sannon
    Thanks for stopping by
    I really appreciate your comment here.
    Best wishes
    Ayrton


  21. My God, Is there no end to the ways That You proceed to make love to que amazing city with your camera? I am left awestruck by your gift of getting to the remarkable beauty que is "Rio". I am so spoiled now que I do not know what I would of without your amazing works of art. I will be visiting in a few months and my appetite continues to be whetted by your vision. Thank you, Sir - and keep Them coming, please! - Patrick


  22. Dear Patrick
    thank you so much for your words.
    I really appreciate.
    Pls keep coming back to look at new photos always :-)
    Cheers
    Ayrton


  23. Simply wonderful, everything perfect - image and music in one sense of beauty and pleasure ... congratulations!
    Abrs,
    Angela


  24. Angela glad you liked
    Transfer to your friends :-)
    and come back
    Thanks for the comment on the blog
    360 ABCs
    The


  25. Very Beautiful Ayrton !!!

    This is my city !!!

    ESATA Congratulations !!!


  26. Renata
    qye Glad you likes
    Check back often
    Bjs
    Ayrton


  27. The same place at the sunset! Why do not you try? I was there and it's so heart-que even after taking years, I still feel this emotion inside. You could even begin to believe in God When there .........


  28. Mitya
    Thanks for your comment and IDEA :-)
    I'll try that

    Please always come back to see more panoramas, and if you search I have more views from the same spot.

    Thanks
    Ayrton


  29. Simplesmenete divine !!!
    I got goosebumps.
    This for me not "yet" know the Rio!
    Thanks !!!!


  30. Hello MARY
    how good it made you happy
    See the beautiful scenes of life is good for the soul

    Thanks for visiting and leave your comment here.

    Check back often
    Bjs
    Ayrton


  31. Ayrton, am a carioca q live in Natal, RN and after knowing your site and especially this photo was thrilled, his work is spectacular, parabens>
    Also noticed the bald hill of the postcard here and you can show all the beauty of the place. Thank you for reviewing my river of emotion.


  32. Hello Ana
    q to cool you liked it.
    Christmas was in the job last year and loved the look.
    The food is wonderful tbm.
    I made a lot of pictures, but not yet had time to put all the site.
    Check back often
    Bjs
    Ayrton


  33. hi,
    What a wonderful photo beutiful.
    The only disagreement i have is possibly God is a Brazilian.
    It is widely que Believed He is Kenya.
    The reason being That We are the home to the oldest man on earth.
    We are the grand father to the Historian if mankind are Believed be since we have remains of oldest man to have ever lived on earth According to archaelogist.
    Michael Mwangi- proudly Kenyan
    Kenya


  34. Hello Michael
    Tanks for the infos from Kenya and archaelogy
    Pls always come back to see more photos 360
    Best
    Ayrton


  35. Nice post buddy! i like your page


  36. Nextel,
    Thank you for visiting!

    cheers
    Ayrton


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