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Plymouth Rock

Today, the fourth Thursday of November, is the American holiday of Thanksgiving. The Thanksgiving festival traditionally thanks God at the end of the year’s harvest, and is a tradition passed down from the Plymouth Colony who settled in New Plymouth…

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Thursday, 22nd November 2007

World’s Largest Marriage Proposal

Here at GGSS we’ve previously featured rooftop and field-based marriage proposals which, for some unknown reason, are highly likely to feature misspellings or bad grammar. So we’re very pleased to see that the latest finding, the words “Marry Me Tammy”…

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Wednesday, 6th June 2007

Giant Egg Thing?

Can anyone figure out what on earth this giant egg-like thing is, near Acton, Massachusetts? Update: As ever our readers have come to the rescue, and it seems that this is the Annursnac Hill Reservoir, a covered water storage facility…

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Thursday, 29th December 2005

God’s Wisdom

In Barre, Massachusetts there’s the giant words “God’s Wisdom” written on the ground. To the north is a large cross which looks like it might be drawn using white rocks and further north a building which I’m assuming is a…

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Friday, 9th September 2005

Target Stores

One of the most recognized corporate symbols in the United States is that of the Target corporation, who have 1,351 stores in 47 of the 50 states. Of those 1,351 stores we’ve found three which have a giant Target painted…

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Sunday, 14th August 2005

The Gas Tank

Check out this giant liquefied natural gas tank that sits just to the side of the Southeast Expressway in Dorchester, Massachusetts. Ironcladlou (who is now on his fourth posted submission!) says: The gas tank (as it’s known ’round these parts)…

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Tuesday, 7th June 2005
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Previously on Google Sightseeing

The best of Google Maps: Circles, Paintings, and Rude Messages

It’s often the simplest things that get the biggest laugh around here, and when we open the GSS suggestion box…

Rollercoaster Round-up!

We visited a number of amusement parks in the early years of Google Sightseeing, but with improved imagery and competition…

Airbus, Toulouse

In 2005, the aviation world’s eyes lit up with excitement when the first Airbus A380 took into the skies over…

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