Boccie Game in Washington Square Park, New York City
QTVR panorama shot in Washington Square Park in New York City of a boccie game. The Italian game involves gently rolling a ball (or boccie) down the court trying to get it as close as possible to a smaller ball (the pallino).
The Capitol, Washington, D.C.
This QTVR was shot in Washington, D. C. in January 1998. The Capitol was burned by the British on August 24, 1814. In the 1850s construction of two wings and a new 287-ft.-high dome for the Capitol began. At President Lincoln's insistence, work on the dome, symbol of national solidarity, continued during the American Civil War.
Kids Playing Washington Square Park, New York City
This scene was shot in Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village in New York City on January 4, 1998. Overnight the temperature changed from the 20s to the 50s, much to the delight of the children playing in the park.
Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D. C.
This scene was shot in Washington, D. C. on January 27, 1998, the day of the President's State of the Union address. The Lincoln Memorial is near Potomac Park and was dedicated on May 30, 1922. The 36-column colonnade represents the states of the union existing at the time of Lincoln's death.K
The Vietnam Veteran's Memorial in Washington, D. C.
This scene was shot in Washington, D. C. in January 1998. The Vietnam Veteran's Memorial is the most visited memorial in Washington, D. C. The wall was designed by Maya Lin.