360° surround views from Frankfurt am Main

360° surround views from Rhein-Main-Area

The European Bahá'í House of worship

Since 1964, a house of worship for people of all faiths and worldviews has been located in Hofheim-Langenhain. Here, a dome with 570 rhombic windows rises up in the middle of a maintained park with myriad roses.

The building, which has been included among the Hessen cultural monuments since 1987, is embedded in the landscape of front Taunus. From here, you can see northern Frankfurt, the Feldberg and even Mainz on a clear day. Exterior walls made almost completely of glass, nine entryways and unique construction allude architectonically to the openness of the latest world religion.

You will find more information at: www.bahai.de

Permission to include the picture here was given by Bahá'í-Gemeinde Hofheim.


Bahá'í House of worship — outside view

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Bahá'í House of worship — inside view

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Please note Java or QuickTime is being required in order to show the 360°-Panorama-Views. Usually Java is already part of the operating system of a modern PC. We recommend you to use QuickTime which is supplied as part of modern PCs too as it is cost-free and reaches the highest multi-medial efficiency.

The recommended screen resolution should be 1024x768. The transmission of data can be accelerated by using a hyper internet connection with DSL or dual-ISDN (clustered channels).

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The interactive 360°-Panorama-Views are captures of moments taken from a permanent position. As a user you might take free views moving to all directions around this position. You only need to move the pointer of your mouse to the requested position within the 360°-Panorama-View while keeping the left button pressed.

Most of the 360°-Panorama-Views are featuring a kind of surround sound to give you the impression of being "right there in place". So, just turn on your sound system a little bit louder and enjoy impressive experiences while viewing.


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