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Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times

Full 360° panoramic images of Port-au-Prince, Haiti after the earthquake can be rotated and moved through with your mouse.

The above view is from inside the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Port-au-Prince.

MAGGIE STEBER for The New York Times

The destruction along a quarter-mile stretch of Boulevard Jean-Jacques Dessalines, one of the main commercial arteries in the heart of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times

Foyer of Patience Orphanage

Click and drag your mouse over the image to move your view in any direction. Full Screen mode is worth trying as well.

Also view Haiti: One Month After the Earthquake at the Doctors Without Borders website.

  2 Responses to “Striking 360 Panoramic Photography in Post-Earthquake Haiti”

  1. Totally devastating. It’s so hard to imagine being in those circumstances… like these are so important for people to see, thanks for making them available. I’m afraid much of the world is already forgetting about Haiti, since it isn’t the lead story anymore.

  2. The sounds that accompany these images add so much to the immediacy…..

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