The Grand Cyclorama of Jerusalem was designed by the German painter, Herr Bruno Piglhein. A work of 4 long years which was completed in Munich in 1882. The canvas measures 110 m. long by 14 m. high. Because of its dimensions, it shares with 2 other works the distinction of being the largest panoramic painting in the world.
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