The 360° EVEREST Panorama takes its visitors on an expedition to the 6,000-metre high "Valley of Silence" in the Himalaya Mountains. In the process, it draws close to both the far eastern perspective of the "roof of the world" and the subject of its conquest by western expeditions. From the visitor's platform, as high as a house, the majestic and seemingly infinite mountain world of Mount Everest is revealed to the observer in its unique play of colours: from pale blue to aquamarine, from snow-white to deepest black.The panoramic experience is rounded off with the accompanying music by film composer Eric Babak and sound effects reflecting the era and the setting in the scene.

The choice of the high plateau, which serves as the final base camp before the ascent – rather than the 8,848-metre high summit – as the vantage point, was deliberately made. In this manner, Asisi affords detachment from – while at the same time awakening awe in – the highest mountain in the world.

This Panorama is currently not on display.