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View from St. George’s Tower, Leicester

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A 19th floor view from St. George’s Tower, Leicester

Looking down on Leicester city centre

An image you can zoom in to and explore.

Looking north west over Leicester city centre from the 19th floor of St George’s tower.

The view looks along Charles Street towards the city centre.

The photo to the right shows part of the view out of a window, taken whilst Keith was photographing the interior and exterior of the building for a commercial property brochure – one of Northlight’s areas of commercial photography.

The photograph is composed of a dozen individual shots stitched together using Autopano Giga stitching software [review].

There are more such views on our High Resolution Photography page.

leicester centre

Image location in Leicester

Zoomable view of Leicester

Click on the image to zoom in. See the menu for more viewing options. You can zoom the image in and out with control and shift keys.

If viewed with the full screen option, the controls will appear at the bottom of your browser window – note that you may need to zoom in a bit to easily move around the image. You can click and drag the view around and zoom right in to the limit of the image. Not all browsers work properly in full screen mode.

The Blue Tower

No need to wonder why St George’s is locally know as the ‘Blue Tower’.

This is the view from the other side of the building.

St Georges, Leicester. Rooftop garden
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  • David Cockey

    “Full screen” version, which has a large Northlight Images banner, across the top, does not work properly in Chrome in Windows 10. When zooming in it reverts to a very coarse version of the image.

    • Keith Cooper

      Thanks for that – looks as if zoomify is not working well with some aspect of WordPress in this instance – sorry for the lack of full screen.

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