Bridges over the Millennia

New writer: Cédric Cédric lives in Germany where he works for the science and education department of one of Germany’s regional public radio and TV stations. He has a life-long project to see the world, especially by train. The invention…

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Monday, 26th October 2009

The World’s Biggest Shopping Basket

Motorists taking State Route 16 through Licking County, Ohio, could be forgiven for thinking they’ve been at the wheel too long when they spot a giant shopping basket looming over the horizon. This is no highway-induced hallucination however: it’s the…

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Friday, 23rd October 2009

Angel Falls and Jimmie Angel’s Plane

New writer: Noel Ballantyne Noel is from Sligo, NW Ireland. He is a very active member of the GE BBS forums, and loves to travel, especially to concerts when band’s tours do not visit Ireland. A common topic of conversation…

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Thursday, 22nd October 2009

Ghost Town: Prypiat, Ukraine

New writer: Chris Hannigan Chris is from Savannah, Georgia, USA where he works as a computer lab instructor for a major aerospace company. Previously employed by an airline, Chris has flown to many places around the world and continues to…

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Wednesday, 21st October 2009

Interesting Exclaves of the United States

New writer: Randy Nickum Randy is a lifelong resident of Cincinnati, Ohio, in the Midwest U.S. He has travelled widely across his country as a consultant and has visited six of seven continents, missing only Australia so far. An exclave…

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Tuesday, 20th October 2009

The polluted city of Norilsk, Siberia

New writer: Daniel Chapman Daniel recently graduated from the University of New Orleans with a degree in urban planning but grew up in the UK. He is currently planning to move to Mexico to teach English before beginning his real…

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Monday, 19th October 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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Previously on Google Sightseeing

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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