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Dancing in the Street

Here in New Orleans the party looks to be so good that the guests have all spilled out into the street! It looks like they’re gathered around Joe’s House of Blues – and yet the [giant red arrow] outside clearly…

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Tuesday, 8th April 2008

Doubly Mysterious Circle of People

In Osaka, Japan this group of people have gone one better than the original Mysterious Circle of People, and have created a Mysterious Double Circle of People… Maybe this is the beginning of a new form of flash mobbing for…

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Thursday, 3rd April 2008

Pool Party!

The number of cars in the drive, and the number of people in the pool at this house in Cleveland, Ohio, can mean only one thing… Pool Paaaaarty! I wanted to illustrate what this pool party might look like from…

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Tuesday, 19th February 2008

Google Sightseeing 2007 Awards

As 2007 draws to a close we present our choices for the best posts of the year. Best Mystery There were numerous contenders for the most confusing or bizarre images, but our pick is the Mystery Plane Outline, as even…

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Monday, 31st December 2007

Football fans

Here we see Germany’s Burgplatz, which is absolutely swarming with people. Or, more specifically, very orange people! The overwhelming orange-ness of the crowd can only mean they are fans of the Dutch football team, who were gathered in the square…

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Thursday, 20th December 2007

Miniature Parks across the Globe

Miniature parks and model villages are sort of like a pre-internet 3D Google Earth, allowing you to view a representation of a village or city sights from above. So it’s no surprise that on visiting my local park, Bekonscot Model…

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Monday, 29th October 2007
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Previously on Google Sightseeing

On this day: Paul Cézanne Died

On this day in 1906, French painter Paul Cézanne died. Montagne Saint-Victoire, circa 1890, is amongst many of his works…

On this day: USS Constitution Launched

On October 21, 1797, the USS Constitution was launched in Boston Harbor. Nicknamed ‘Old Ironsides’, the vessel has far outlived…

On this day: Sydney Opera House Opened

On October 20, 1973, Sydney Opera House opened to the public following 14 years of construction. The building actually houses…

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