This 1950s photograph shows the Cyclorama of Jerusalem, which has been on display in Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré in Quebec since 1895. The place has a long and interesting history. One of the world’s largest circular paintings at 14 meters in height and 110 meters in circumference, the work was created by the famous panoramist Paul Philippoteaux and his five assistants in Paris between 1878 and 1882. From the viewing gallery, visitors can experience what the city of Jerusalem looked like during the crucifixion of Jesus H. Christ. And if you’re really into panoramic paintings, then please take a look at the Dresden Panometer. And unlike the Cyclorama, it has no religious affiliation.