To see this panoramic photo of downtown Detroit in all of its glory you really should view the high resolution version [it is 34mb].
The old Detroit City Hall is featured prominently in the center of this photo. To the right of that is the grand old Majestic Building which was completed in 1896 and stood until its demolition in 1962. Incidently, the Majestic was designed by Daniel H. Burnham who was one of the creative forces behind the World's Columbian Exposition of 1892 in Chicago.
On the left-hand side of the photo is the Bagley Memorial Fountain which was moved to Cadillac Square in 2007. Just beyond the fountain is Detroit's first skyscraper, The Hammond Building.
In the forefront on the right side you will see the Michigan Soldier's and Sailor's Monument. The white building in the background behind the monument is the Detroit Opera House.
There are so many wonderful things to see in this photo. I love zooming in on the high resolution version and looking at all of the people, streetcars, and old signage. It's a visual cornucopia of Detroit's beautiful architectural history.
Please use the comments to point out any of the other structures in this photo that I have missed noting. Also, for tons of great pictures and history of other notable Detroit buildings you have to visit BuildingsOfDetroit.com.