Canadian Regions & Territories

The Far East (of America): Cape Spear

Far out in the Atlantic Ocean, the easternmost point of North America is Cape Spear, a few kilometres south-east of St John’s in Newfoundland. A scenic drive through moorland and stunning coastal scenery brings visitors to the Cape Spear parking…

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Thursday, 17th December 2009

Street View for Singapore, and more for Canada!

As yet there hasn’t been an official announcement, but today has nevertheless seen a ton of new Street View imagery released right across the world. The biggest news is that Singapore has received coverage for the first time, becoming the…

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Wednesday, 2nd December 2009

Graveyards of the Atlantic

New writer: Keith Tyler Keith is a Software QA Engineer based near Seattle, and is originally from Boston. He’s a veteran geocacher, and a prolific submitter of Google Maps sights on VirtualGlobetrotting.com. The rocky East Coast of North America is…

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Wednesday, 28th October 2009

Canada’s Grand Railway Hotels – Part 2

Thanks to last week’s launch of Google Street View in Canada, our Canadian correspondent Ian has been able to prepare a grand tour of Canada’s Railway Hotels, in 2 parts. Continuing our journey from east to west, looking at Canada’s…

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Tuesday, 13th October 2009

Canada’s Grand Railway Hotels – Part 1

Thanks to this week’s launch of Google Street View in Canada, our Canadian correspondent Ian has been able to prepare a grand tour of Canada’s Railway Hotels, in 2 parts. It is often said that Canada was built on the…

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Friday, 9th October 2009

Canadian and Czech Street Views

Google have just expanded Street View’s coverage to 14 countries with the addition of 11 Canadian cities and regions1, and the Czech city of Prague. We’ve already found some great Street View sights, which you can see on our brand-new…

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Thursday, 8th October 2009

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.

Could you be one of our authors? We're looking for more freelance writers - please get in touch for more information.

Previously on Google Sightseeing

Graveyards in Parking Lots

To mark Halloween this year, we’re visiting some unusual burial places. While it is common for cemeteries to have parking…

Trick-or-Treat? Top Ten Towns with Halloween Names

Ah… October 31st, the day when children everywhere1 get to dress up in scary costumes and extort candy from homeowners…

Michael Heizer’s Landscape (and other) Art

Michael Heizer is a contemporary artist known for creating landscape art on a massive scale in isolated locations. His largest…

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  1. Tammo: Desert week condensed into a single post these days ;) Great stuff though :)
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