Buildings

Bill Clinton’s House

One of our readers, Morgan, lives in Chappaqua, New York, and he’d heard that Bill Clinton (the 42nd President of the United States) lives here too. So Morgan took a little wander with Google Maps, and when he found a…

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Tuesday, 16th May 2006

Plovdiv Amphitheatre

So what are we looking at here? Well, it’s clearly a bus about to crash into a Roman Amphitheatre. Duh. This is the second largest city in Bulgaria, Plovdiv, which is built around 7 hills. Back in the 70s they…

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Sunday, 14th May 2006

Coronation St & Eastenders

What’s so interesting about a small street in Manchester? Well if you click through to the full view you’ll see that this little cobbled street is slap bang in the middle of television studios. Yup, it’s Britain’s most famous fictional…

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Thursday, 11th May 2006

E³ at the Los Angeles Convention Center

If you’ve ever picked up a joystick, then you’re probably aware that this is the week of the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E³), which takes place at the Los Angeles Convention Center each year. Here you can see the building’s…

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Tuesday, 9th May 2006

Jiuquan Atomic Energy Complex

Jiuquan Atomic Energy Complex is purportedly used for the manufacture of China’s Nuclear weapons. The plant is centred in a small patch of high-resolution satellite photography, but I’m sure those readers who understand Nuclear power plants can tell all sorts…

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Monday, 8th May 2006

The Houses of Parliament

It’s great when you realise we haven’t posted classic sites like this. These are the UK Houses of Parliament or technically the Palace of Westminster. Most people will recognise Big Ben which is actually the name of the largest bell…

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Wednesday, 3rd May 2006

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

Unguja, Zanzibar (Island Week 6)

The name ‘Zanzibar’ evokes an air of exotic wonder. For thousands of years, this archipelago off the coast of East…

Happy 50th Anniversary Doctor Who!

Whovians everywhere are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their favourite time traveller. Doctor Who first aired on the BBC on…

Uunartoq Qeqertaq (Island Week 6)

We often hear that global warming and rising sea levels will lead to the disappearance of low-lying islands such as…

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