Google Earth and Maps Image Updates

It’s been a while since we’ve posted here about updated images in Google Earth and Maps, but Google have been steadily rolling out new updates every few months, usually with a short quiz relating to the new locations. However, today’s…

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Wednesday, 4th November 2009

The Nonexistent Town of Argleton

Nestled in the Lancashire countryside, just to the south of Ormskirk, is the small town of Argleton. Or so Google would have us believe. Zooming in closer reveals that Argleton isn’t exactly a bustling metropolis. In fact it looks suspiciously…

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Tuesday, 3rd November 2009

Calatrava’s Bridges

Santiago Calatrava is a renowned Spanish architect whose work we’ve admired in the past on Google Sightseeing. We’re going to take a more in-depth look at his innovative work in two areas, beginning today with bridges. One of Calatrava’s earliest…

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Monday, 2nd November 2009

The World’s Most Haunted Sites

Want to see a ghost? Not scared of the dark? We’ve got a list of 5 of the most haunted destinations in the world for you to visit1. Bring a flashlight and let’s get started… Many places can claim to…

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Friday, 30th October 2009

Millennium Dome / The O2

The Millennium Dome was an exhibition centre built in London to celebrate the first year of the new millennium1. It has since been converted into the O2 entertainment complex. Whatever the name, we’re very impressed with the shadows cast by…

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Thursday, 29th October 2009

Graveyards of the Atlantic

New writer: Keith Tyler Keith is a Software QA Engineer based near Seattle, and is originally from Boston. He’s a veteran geocacher, and a prolific submitter of Google Maps sights on VirtualGlobetrotting.com. The rocky East Coast of North America is…

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Wednesday, 28th October 2009
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Previously on Google Sightseeing

Ho Ho Ho! Giant Santas!

T’was the week before Christmas … which means it must be time for Google Sightseeing to pay our traditional annual…

Revisiting The World’s Largest Christmas Shop

Four years ago we paid a visit to Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland in Frankenmuth, Michigan – the largest Christmas-themed shop in…

O Christmas Tree! O Christmas Tree!

To celebrate the holiday season this year we’ll take a look at Christmas Trees, whose “leaves are so unchanging. Not…

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