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Image Update July 08

Another month, another image update! Frank at gearthblog.com seems to have been first to spot that there’s new imagery in Google Earth, which has now been confirmed on the Latlong Blog. Currently unavailable in Google Maps1, the new imagery includes:…

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Saturday, 12th July 2008

Google Sightseeing now Available in Six Languages!

Today we’re extremely proud to be launching three new translations of Google Sightseeing: Dutch, German and Spanish! These three new blogs join our successful existing translations of French and Italian, so you can now come sightseeing around Google Earth with…

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Wednesday, 9th July 2008

Desert Week Roundup

And so, we come to end of our first ever desert week. It turns out that we only featured two actual deserts over the week, and we even failed to mention the world’s largest desert! Despite these we think it’s…

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Saturday, 21st June 2008

Loads of new areas for Google Street View

Last week, we celebrated Street View’s first anniversary with our Top 10 unseen posts. Google have now joined in the celebrations by adding a massive 37 new areas. All the new areas are still US based, but the update does…

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Wednesday, 11th June 2008

Google Earth Web Plugin Released

The newly released Google Earth Web Plugin allows you to access the 3D globe of Google Earth, right within your browser. You can give it a go right now as we’ve enabled the Google Earth mode on our map page1.…

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Wednesday, 28th May 2008

New Imagery in Google Earth (May ’08)

Just over a month since the last update Google have announced new imagery for Google Earth and Google Maps. The full list of what’s new is available on Google Lat Long. If you’d like to be kept bang up-to-date with…

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Wednesday, 14th May 2008
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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.

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Previously on Google Sightseeing

Britain’s Beach Huts

It has been a pretty good summer here in Britain (by our standards at least), and people have been flocking…

The War of 1812 – USA

We recently took a look at important Canadian battlefield locations from the War of 1812, as well as a number…

Volcano Week 6

This week sees the return of our longest-standing theme week, which is now entering its sixth year: Volcano week. The…

Recent Comments

  1. Alex Turnbull: Hi Jeffery! That’s Awaji Kannon, a statue of Guanyin which, as you suspected, is 100m only when...
  2. Jeffrey Friedl: If one believes Wikipedia, this guy in Japan is 100m tall. http://goo.gl/maps/Ah472...
  3. Chuck Sears: Hitchcock Naval Air Station was a blimp base. It was decommissioned after WW2 and pretty much destroyed...
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