Aerial 360° VR tour created for Mārupe municipality. VR tour contains 360° aerial panoramas made in different seasons, as well as some ground level 360° scenes. Tour is enhanced with audio guide to get best experience in VR headsets.
This 360° aerial tour we made for Latvian State Forest company’s managed ROJA nature trails. Tour include several high resolution 360° aerial panorama scenes enhanced with audio guide and media hot-spots. Interactive tour not only shows the heights, but also educates travelers about the forest management cycle.
Alpine Baltic is a luxury residential estate complex situated in natural preservation on Doles peninsula. This Latvian region is well known for its terrific ecology and landscapes, beloved by popular Baltic painters. Any investment in a complex of such a type is always treated by real estate experts as far-sighted decision because liquidity and limited sales offers.
New 360° aerial panorama from Ocean Multimedia.
The cable car in Sigulda provides the opportunity to ride 43 m above the old valley of the Gauja River from Sigulda to Krimulda, enjoying the view of Turaida Castle, Krimulda Manor, Sigulda Bobsleigh and Luge Track, and a wonderful landscape over a distance of multiple kilometres.
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The castle surrounded by a picturesque scenery is located in the territory of Bauska town, on the land strip between the rivers Mūsa and Mēmele, not far from the place where the rivers meet to form the river Lielupe. The Bauska castle complex consists of two parts. The oldest of them – Livonia Order Castle – was built in the middle of the 15th century, but only ruins have remained up to nowadays. While the newest – residence for the Duke of Kurzeme (Courland) – was built at the end of the 16th century.
The symbol of Daugavpils. An outstanding fortification that occupies more than 150 ha. The only early 19th century fortress in Eastern Europe that has remained virtually unchanged.
A zigzag line of fortifications is formed by a rampart with 8 bastions, 6 ravelins, 6 counterguards and other protective structures: lunettes, redoubts and a moat. On the left bank of the Daugava River there is a bridgehead. Each detail of the fortress was developed using the construction experience of the best architectural schools of Tsarist Russia and Europe. Inside the fortress was planned as a traditional military town: in the centre there was a parade ground, surrounded by blocks of administrative and residential buildings.
All the facades of the buildings represent the Empire style, except Nicolas Gate and the water tower built in the Gothic style.
Find more information about Daugavpils Fortress here – http://www.visitdaugavpils.lv/en/tourism/daugavpils-fortress