TITANIC (until the beginning of January)Visit the Panometer in Leipzig and discover the TITANIC in a unique 360° Panorama by Yadegar Asisi. The 32-meter high Panorama provides visitors with a unique and rare view of the bottom of the Atlantic at approx. 4,000 meters depth and shows the wreck of the RMS Titanic on a Panorama area of 3,500 square meter. Enjoy the view of the wreck on the ocean floor using an artificial light show at a water depth with no natural light from a 15-meter high visitor’s tower.CAROLA'S GARDEN (from the 26 th of January)This panorama takes you on a journey to the microcosmos. Look out on a German garden from the pistil of a chamomile blossom. From the perspective of a grain of pollen, visitors can observe a giant bee as it pollinates the flower and discover the universe behind a flower calyx – the garden.
Visit: PanometerEnjoy a visit to the Panometer in Leizpig and see a unique 360° and 32-meter high Panorama by Yadegar Asisi. The Panorama focuses less on the actual ship tragedy from 1912 but instead illustrates the limits of human achievement versus the forces of nature. From a 15-meter high visitor’s tower, the artist provides a view of the wreck on the ocean floor using an artificial light show at a water depth with no natural light. The artist Yadegar Asisi, who grew up in Saxony and lives in Berlin, has been creating the largest 360° Panoramas in the world since 2003, measuring up to 32 meters in height with a circumference of up to 110 meters. Since the launch of the EVEREST pilot project in a former gasometer in Leipzig, Yadegar Asisi’s work has spread to exhibition halls across many cities in Germany and abroad.