A massive panoramic image documents the Strahov Monastery Library in Prague, and claims the status of the world's currently largest indoor photograph.

The Strahov Monastery Library in Prague has composed an impressively rich panoramic view of its interior, combining 2,947 different images to create a 40 gigapixel display. Claiming the status of “the world's largest indoor photo of the world as of March 2011,” the photo allows digital visitors to pan smoothly throughout the library hall and intricate ceiling fresco.

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Strahov Library: 360Cities

[via Gizmodo]

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