Stadiums and Sport

Circuit of the Americas

To the south-east of Austin, Texas, there is a brand new motor racing track called the Circuit of the Americas, being used this weekend for its inaugural event – the Formula One United States Grand Prix. While Street View shows…

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Saturday, 17th November 2012

Ferris Bueller’s Chicago

In 1986, Matthew Broderick starred as Ferris Bueller in the now classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and inspired a whole generation of kids to aim so much higher when taking an “unscheduled day-off”. Today we’re going on a tour of…

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Wednesday, 24th October 2012

Via Appia Antica

Via Appia (The Appian Way) was one of the earliest Roman Roads, running south-east of the Italian capital towards Brindisi. Via Appia Antica is the oldest section of the road, dating to 312 BC, and is lined with monuments and…

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Wednesday, 19th September 2012

Revisiting Brasília

With this month’s release of brand-new Street View and 45° imagery throughout much of Brazil, we finally get a chance to take an up-close look at the stunning design of Brasília, the metropolis built in 1960 to serve as the new capital of Brazil.

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Thursday, 6th September 2012

London 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympics (Part 2)

Continuing our tour of Olympic venues, we today move away from the Olympic Zone, to two other areas of London: the River Zone and Central Zone, where Games organisers are making use of well-known London landmarks for as many events…

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Friday, 27th July 2012

London 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympics (Part 1)

It may have escaped your attention, given the lack of publicity, but there is a large sporting event about to get underway in England’s capital city. The London 2012 Summer Olympics start tomorrow, with the Paralympics to follow on August…

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Thursday, 26th July 2012
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On this day: The Main Branch of the NY Public Library Opened

On May 23, 1911, the imposing Main Branch of the New York Public Library was opened to the public, with…

Population: One

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On this day: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was Born

On May 22, 1859, the author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born in Edinburgh. 221B Baker Street is, of course,…

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