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Possibly the world’s largest coke cans but how do they compare to the beercans from last week?

Possibly the world’s largest coke cans http://gss.st/3V but how do they compare to the beercans from last week? http://gss.st/2w #streetview

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Wednesday, 27th May 2009

The World’s Largest 8 ball isn’t even an 8 ball, but locals petitioned still for its return when it was removed

The World’s Largest 8 ball isn’t even an 8 ball, but locals petitioned still for its return when it was removed http://gss.st/3P #streetview

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Tuesday, 26th May 2009

The world’s largest ant scares me! Perhaps I just played too much Ant Attack in 1983? http://bit.ly/cO7GI

The world’s largest ant scares me! http://gss.st/2M Perhaps I just played too much Ant Attack in 1983? http://bit.ly/cO7GI #streetview

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Thursday, 14th May 2009

Is this the world’s largest sixpack of beer? #streetview via milwhcky

Is this the world’s largest sixpack of beer? http://gss.st/2w #streetview via milwhcky

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Tuesday, 12th May 2009

The World’s Largest Car Parks?

While many malls, theme parks and stadiums may boast large car parks, most pale in comparison to car storage facilities like the one at the former RAF base in Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire. After 43 years of…

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Wednesday, 29th April 2009

World’s Largest Sundial

Jantar Mantar is a centuries old astronomical observatory that sets the world’s record for the having the largest sundial, which stands at over 27 meters tall.

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Thursday, 23rd April 2009

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Volcanoes of the Northern Marianas (Volcano Week 7)

The Mariana Islands are part of a great submerged mountain range that extends all the way from Guam north to Japan. While the southern Marianas are known worldwide as tourist destinations, the uninhabited northernmost islands are actually a long string of active volcanoes fed by the subduction of the Pacific Plate into the Mariana Trench, the deepest location on Earth.

Quirky Border Towns of North America

Have you ever walked through the front door of a building in one country and walked out the back door…

Google Sightseeing writer set to climb Africa’s tallest volcano

Two years ago our very own Noel Ballantyne wrote an article for Volcano Week 5 about Mount Kilimanjaro, a dormant…

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