Google Street View Sightseeing

Speaking of wheelies, here in France we catch a motorcyclist at it! Of course he’ll probably get arrested now

Wednesday, 24th June 2009

Poppin’ a huge wheelie in Baltimore! Er, rad? #streetview (via DBrown)

Wednesday, 24th June 2009

This is a Checker Aerobus, which is basically a limo-length New York style taxicab #streetview via milwhcky

Wednesday, 24th June 2009

Sasquatch does his best Superman impersonation

Tuesday, 23rd June 2009

The man of steel towers over some tourists in (I’m not making this up) Superman Square, Metropolis, IL

Tuesday, 23rd June 2009

Another private house which you may recognise It’s the Banks resident from Father of the Bride (and its sequel)

Tuesday, 23rd June 2009

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

Decadent Dubai on hold

Here at Google Sightseeing we’re fond of the excesses that are common in the oil-rich city of Dubai.1 Before the…

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Via Appia Antica

Via Appia (The Appian Way) was one of the earliest Roman Roads, running south-east of the Italian capital towards Brindisi.…

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