French Frigate Shoals

Updated To the West of Hawaii there’s the French Frigate Shoals, which look a lot like a Giant Pacific Alien Dolphin Thing. The dolphin shape is actually a number of small islands, one of which has been enlarged to create…

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Thursday, 28th April 2005

Picture This

Here’s a cool sculpture, ‘Picture This‘ outside the North Carolina Museum of Art is made of all sorts of different stuff (pavement, wooden boardwalk, sand, gravel, etc). Tom Cole says: It’s almost impossible to clearly make this out at ground…

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Cabazon Dinosaurs

Along I-10 in Cabazon, CA you will find the Cabazon dinosaurs. From the shadow it is quite easy to spot the giant Apatosaurus known as “Dinny”, who has a gift shop inside his belly. To the north of Dinny is…

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Baltimore Stadiums

Two stadiums in downtown Baltimore, Maryland – on the top is Camden Yards where the Baltimore Orioles play and below that is M&T Bank Stadium where the Baltimore Ravens play. Thanks: Django

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Welcome to Google Sightseeing

Google Sightseeing takes you on a tour of the world as seen from satellite, using the free Google Earth program, or Google Maps in your web browser. Our team of authors present weird and wonderful sights as suggested by readers.

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Previously on Google Sightseeing

Island Week 6

OK, so we’ve really outdone ourselves this year, but better late than never we always say – this year, November…

Skellig Islands (Island Week 6)

The Skellig Islands are located 13km of Ireland’s south west Kerry coast. In 1996 Skellig Michael was designated as a…

Abandoned Stadiums of Europe, South America, and Africa

Every day around the world, millions of people gather in giant stadiums to watch their favourite sporting events and performance acts. But what happens when time inevitably catches up with these facilities? Today we begin our tour of abandoned stadiums from around the world with a look at old arenas in Europe, South America, and Africa.

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