Canadian Regions & Territories

More Shipwrecks

Here’s one in Saint Lawrence bay, Quebec… …a beached wreck off the Washington coast… …and finally a super-cool submerged ship in the river Clyde, near Glasgow! (it’s great posting Scottish things ) Thanks to Jacob, Jonny, troy, DDA, Jonathan Hoppe,…

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Monday, 18th July 2005

3 Seasons In One Day

Check out this cool image of Montréal, where you can see 3 seasons in one shot! Thanks to Waldo for this one.

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Wednesday, 13th July 2005

Sunbathing

Here at Google Sightseeing HQ in Edinburgh, we’ve been having a mini heat-wave of late, which got us in the mood for sunbathing Here’s some people, lots of people in fact, sunbathing on a beach in Barcelona. Not enough people?…

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Wednesday, 13th July 2005

Toronto City Hall

The City Hall of Toronto has two towers of different heights, each a semicircle that from above looks a lot like a boomerang. You may also recognise the building as the headquarters of the Umbrella corporation in the film Resident…

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Sunday, 19th June 2005

Combat Training Centre

Here at Camp Gagetown, home to the Combat Training Centre (CTC) (which trains professional combat soldiers for service in units across the Canadian Army), they have some super-cool large type and a giant maple leaf cut from a massive swath…

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Wednesday, 15th June 2005

Museum of Civilisation

The Museum of Civilization in Gatineau, Quebec is right across the river from Canada’s Parliament Buildings. It was designed by famous Canadian architect Douglas Cardinal, who also designed the Museum of the American Indian in Washington. The building has absolutely…

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Sunday, 12th June 2005
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Island Week 6

OK, so we’ve really outdone ourselves this year, but better late than never we always say – this year, November…

Skellig Islands (Island Week 6)

The Skellig Islands are located 13km of Ireland’s south west Kerry coast. In 1996 Skellig Michael was designated as a…

Abandoned Stadiums of Europe, South America, and Africa

Every day around the world, millions of people gather in giant stadiums to watch their favourite sporting events and performance acts. But what happens when time inevitably catches up with these facilities? Today we begin our tour of abandoned stadiums from around the world with a look at old arenas in Europe, South America, and Africa.

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