This 1996 installation by the American artist James Turrell is situated on a 'rubble dune' in Kijkduin, a seaside suburb of The Hague in The Netherlands.
The elliptical crater is 30 x 40m in size and is enclosed by a 5m wall. Two viewpoints are available, from inside the crater and up on the rim. Best in Full-screen!
The first auto-rotating panorama was made with a tripod perched at the mid-pont of the stone bench, about where your head should rest.