Stadiums and Sport

Street Circuits, Part 3: Europe, Valencia

Continuing our tour of city streets converted to race tracks, let’s visit the spiritual home of road racing itself, Europe! Europeans are no strangers to speed, some of the biggest races in the world occur throughout the continent. Arguably the…

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Thursday, 21st October 2010

Royal Shrovetide Football, Ashbourne

The small Derbyshire town of Ashbourne is home to an ancient and extremely unusual sporting event – the Royal Shrovetide Football Match, which lasts for two days and involves hundreds of participants. This pre-Lent tradition is believed to date back…

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Tuesday, 19th October 2010

“Wipeout” the TV Show

The crazy American TV series “Wipeout” is ranked as the third most popular game show in the world1, and for a long time its exact outdoor filming location remained a mystery. Thanks to updates in Google’s satellite imagery, the insane…

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Tuesday, 13th July 2010

World Cup 2010 South Africa

The 2010 FIFA World Cup begins Friday in South Africa, with 32 national teams competing for football’s crowning glory. As the first African nation to host a World Cup, South Africa has constructed or upgraded ten stadiums at a cost…

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Tuesday, 8th June 2010

The Nürburgring

Deep in the Eifel mountains of northwest Germany exists the toughest, most dangerous, and most demanding race track in the world, the Nürburgring. With a total length of 25.947 km (16.123 mi), this 170 turn circuit was nicknamed “The Green…

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Thursday, 27th May 2010

Street Circuits, Part 2: Australia

Continuing our series on street racing circuits around the world, let’s take a ride in the Google Street View Car around some of Australia’s most famous venues! Adelaide The home of the Australian Grand Prix until 1996, Adelaide’s streets in…

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Monday, 22nd March 2010
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Previously on Google Sightseeing

Churches With Detached Towers

We recently took a look at a number of Churches with twisted spires. Rather more common are Churches with detached…

Valleys of Valais: Lötschental and Belalp

The Street View trike’s been at it again, this time in the Swiss Alps visiting the slopes of eleven different alpine resort areas to put you right in the middle of slopes of famed ski resorts, towering mountains, and bucolic trails. Join us for a look at two beautiful valleys in the canton of Valais that surround the largest glacier in the Alps.

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