Before and After: Greensburg, Kansas

If you ever need reminded of just how powerful Mother Nature can be, look no further than the city of Greensburg, Kansas. A small community in the heart of the United States, Greensburg has had its share of severe conditions…

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Friday, 13th November 2009

Calatrava’s Buildings

Continuing our exploration of the work of Santiago Calatrava, we visit some of his more notable buildings, beginning with an in-depth look at the magnificent Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències – the City of Arts and Sciences in…

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Wednesday, 11th November 2009

Streetview arrives in Mexico, Hawaii, updates in Netherlands, Spain

Another month, another absolutely massive Street View update. The big news is that Google has launched a wealth of imagery for previously uncovered Mexico; but they’ve also added imagery to Hawaii for the first time, added many new places in…

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Tuesday, 10th November 2009

The Berlin Wall, 20 years on

November 9 is an important date in German history for a number of reasons, but today we are commemorating an era-defining moment: the fall of the Berlin Wall exactly 20 years ago. In the weeks leading up to November 1989,…

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Monday, 9th November 2009

Jutland’s End

Where the North Sea meets the Baltic Sea1, there’s Grenen2; a spectacularly unspectacular sandbank at the northern end of Jutland, the continental part of Denmark. The form and position of the sandbank’s tip can vary considerably over short periods of…

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Friday, 6th November 2009

The Equator

We featured the Greenwich meridian two years ago on Google Sightseeing, so it’s about time we had a closer look at the other global zero: the equator. Although it is more than 40,000km long, there are surprisingly few towns along…

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Thursday, 5th November 2009
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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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World’s Largest Graffiti? Not even close.

Doing the rounds on the mainstream sites this week has been the story of Abu Dhabi’s Sheikh Hamad bin Hamdan…

The Street Art of Newtown, Sydney

Newtown is an inner suburb of Sydney, New South Wales and is one of that city’s major cultural and artistic centres. The suburb is renowned for its graffiti and street art, and since the 1980s all sorts of murals, drawings and paintings, both legal and illegal, have been popping up all over the neighbourhood.

South Sudan

It’s not every day that a new country is created, but that’s what happened on July 9th 2011 when The…

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