A series of very high definition panoramic images to observe the city of Nice from its heights.
Very high definition panoramas
Some panoramas, images whose ratio must be at least two widths for a height, during a short hike from Place Garibaldi in the city center to the hills of the Boron and Alban hills, in the footsteps of Lou Camin Nissart ... The images on this page were made by assembling dozens of photos (Raw format) together to create files of up to 2.2 gigabytes for the largest. For the most detailed image, this corresponds to a photo taken with around a hundred conventional digital cameras (20 million pixels). The photo is then broken down into tiles so that the user does not have to download the entire file but only the area in which he zooms thanks to the pictograms available. Example of observable details on the first panorama below:
You may be able to have fun recognizing known places, your accommodation, church steeples indicating the time, or all kinds of details. The perspective changes from aerial and satellite images. We also offer you on our photographer site a panorama in very high definition from the hill of the castle, made about fifteen years ago. We can see snipers on the roofs of the city, present for the presidential visit ...
Panorama from Mont Alban towards Nice
Fullsreen photo here https://www.irresistible-riviera.fr/images/hd/pano-hd-alban-nice-o.html
The capital of the Riviera opens to you from the Saint Roch district, the port, the castle hill, the old town, the hills of Cimiez, Gairaut, Saint-Pierre de Féric, Fabron. You will distinguish the airport, Marina Baie des Anges at Villeneuve Loubet as well as Sophia Antipolis. The beginning of the Estérel massif and the Grasse hinterland overlook the bay of Cannes. While towards the north, we can clearly see the Baous, including the Baou de Saint-Jeannet. The summit of Cheiron, where a ski resort perches with a view of the big blue in the south and the Alps in the north, is located roughly in the axis of the Joan of Arc church in Nice North. Church easily recognizable by its modern spire also visible from Cap d'Antibes. If these topographical elements interest you, go to the article dedicated to Paul Helbronner here.