Click on the panorama above to view a larger image. These photos were taken using my Nexus 5 phone camera; accidentally discovered them after all these days when going through the automatic photo backup by Google. Love Android. Love Google!
At 213 feet, the flag pole erected at the National Military Memorial on T Chowdaiah Road in Bangalore is arguably the tallest in India. The Indian national tricolor flag — measuring 48 feet wide, 72 feet tall and weighing 31 kg — is reckoned to be the largest hoisted in India.
Dead sea is 34.2% salt and rest water – which is about 9.6 times more salty than ocean water – making it denser than our Human body helping us float without any effort. Also, the surface is 427 meters below sea level making it the lowest known place on Earth. The Dead Sea gets its name due to the absence of any life forms in its water.
Masada is an ancient fortress ruin located atop a barren rock plateau overlooking the Dead Sea. Masada is historically important to Jews and one of the most popular tourist destinations of Israel. It was at Masada where one of the last known Jewish resistance came to an end during the First Jewish-Roman war.
Acre (Hebrew: עַכּוֹ, ʻAkko; Arabic: عكّا) is a city in the northern coastal plain region of northern Israel at the northern extremity of Haifa Bay. Acre is one of the oldest continuously inhabited sites in the world.
Photo Sphere captured at the Bahai Gardens in Haifa, Israel
View of the barren plains of Dead sea from Masada national park in Israel. This is one of the driest and most desolate part of Israel and is very close to the Jordanian border, in fact in this photo you can even see Jordan just below the horizon.
The Church of Mary Magdalene is situated on the slope of Mount of Olives in Jerusalem. The Church with its golden onion domes is one of the most recognizable landmark that side of Jerusalem.
Panoramic view of the Temple mount in the old city of Jerusalem.