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Guest post: Tom Howder of Twelve Mile Circle

We’re taking a bit of a summer breather here at Google Sightseeing, so to fill the gap in our schedule, we asked Tom Howder of the fascinating Twelve Mile Circle blog to write up a story he and his readers…

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Wednesday, 10th August 2011

From the ground: the best of Google Street View

In case you hadn’t noticed, it’s Friday! Could there be a better way to celebrate the end of the week than to go and look at some really weird stuff captured on Google Street View? (Hint: The answer is “no”!)…

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Friday, 17th June 2011

Guest Post: David Nicol

We were recently contacted by David Nicol from Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, who had started writing an article (mostly for his own amusement), that used Google Street View to spotlight the few surviving remains of Elizabethan London as it would…

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Friday, 10th June 2011

Guest Post: Twelve Mile Circle

Today we feature another in a series of special guest posts from geography bloggers, this time from Tom Howder who is responsible for Twelve Mile Circle. Tom has dedicated his site to the many unusual places on the map that…

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Monday, 22nd November 2010

GSS Now Optimised for iPhone, iPad and Other Mobile Devices

We’ve recently added a number of improvements to Google Sightseeing for those on mobile devices. Firstly, users on smaller screens such as iPhone, iPod or Android phones will automatically see our new mobile-optimised style, which breaks the site down into…

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Wednesday, 17th November 2010

Guest Post: The Basement Geographer

Today we’re very proud to be featuring a specially-commissed guest post from Kyle Kusch, proprietor of excellent geography blog The Basement Geographer. In his non-Internet life, Kyle works as a jack-of-all-trades geographer in rural British Columbia, Canada, where he tells…

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Tuesday, 2nd November 2010

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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.

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