Crater Lake

Oregon’s spectacular Crater Lake is (at its deepest) 1,932 feet deep — the deepest lake in the United States. The lake is in a volcanic caldera that was formed 6900 years ago by the collapse of the volcano Mount Mazama.…

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Sunday, 24th April 2005

Dave

Possibly the world’s largest tagging – Dave has written his name across a field in Bunker Hill, IL. I guess he must have been really bored one day. Update: We found Dave! It turns out that Dave wasn’t bored one…

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Saturday, 23rd April 2005

Memphis Pyramid Arena

The 32 story Memphis Pyramid Arena is the third largest pyramid in the world. The NBA Memphis Grizzlies play here and it seats 21,000 people. Thanks: William S. Preissner

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Saturday, 23rd April 2005

Elmendorf Air Force Base

This “Elephant Cage” in Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska is part of the DOD World Wide High Frequency Direction Finding System. More information on the system is availble from the Federation of American Scientists. Thanks: Gabe

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Friday, 22nd April 2005

Bermuda

Out in the Atlantic Ocean is a small patch of high-res photos where you’ll find the island of Bermuda, an internally self-governing island overseas territory of the United Kingdom. Reader Patrick pointed out a Cruise Liner docked to the East…

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Friday, 22nd April 2005

Yankee Stadium, Bronx

The Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, NY is where the New York Yankees play. Thanks: Django

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Friday, 22nd April 2005

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

Volcanoes of the Northern Marianas (Volcano Week 7)

The Mariana Islands are part of a great submerged mountain range that extends all the way from Guam north to Japan. While the southern Marianas are known worldwide as tourist destinations, the uninhabited northernmost islands are actually a long string of active volcanoes fed by the subduction of the Pacific Plate into the Mariana Trench, the deepest location on Earth.

Quirky Border Towns of North America

Have you ever walked through the front door of a building in one country and walked out the back door…

Sakura-jima (Volcano Week 7)

Once a volcanic island centered in Japan’s Kagoshima Bay, during an eruption in 1914 the Sakura-jima volcano decided to change…

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