Google Earth Panoramic Sphere – St Mawes Castle, Cornwall

Another in the series of kmz files utilising our Google Earth Panorama Viewer. The movie below features a panorama of St Mawes Castle in Cornwall (UK) by Evolve.

Music – IML Perfect Day.

The castle is one of the best preserved and most elaborately decorated of Henry VIII’s coastal fortresses, St Mawes was built to counter invasion threats from France and Spain. The clover-leaf shaped fort fell easily to landward attack by Parliamentarian forces in 1646, and was not properly refortified until the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Take a look at the Evolve site for the KMZ file of St Mawes as well as Worcestershire Beacon.

If you would like to make your own Google Earth Panoramic Sphere then feel free to Follow our Tutorial which includes examples files and a walk through on making your first example.

Author Bio

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

3 Comments

  1. dawid gorny - May 22, 2007

    Hi,thanks for the music link. Andy I already added an english language to my website. I think You have a problem with Your email account because I sended 3 messages to You but they came back. Or You have some error in your email address link.

  2. Phil Richards - May 23, 2007

    Thanks for the link Andy, but also thanks for the technique. I find it’s an excellent way to display a pano in context – I really should use it more!

    Phil (aka evolve many moons ago lol)

  3. mediastreet - January 28, 2010

    Hi there,
    Nice site by the way. We’ve just launched a blog on Cornwall and balloon flights in the area (we fly in and around the St Mawes).

    Take a look at http://cornwall-balloon-flights.blogspot.com

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