The largest photograph in the world, a panoramic view of Paris, has been unveiled. The 26-gigapixel picture, the work of photographer Arnaud Frich, would be as wide as two football stadiums if it were printed to its actual size.

To create the image, Frich put together 2,346 photos taken from Saint-Sulpice and merged them using computer software.

The public can now view the capital on the website www.paris-26-gigapixels.com, where users can zoom into the city in minute detail or view one of 20 monuments.

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