Google Street View Sightseeing

All the giant bike are in the Netherlands, naturally Via @mclerce @toerzy

Tuesday, 2nd June 2009

You have to try pretty hard to crash your speedboat into a roadside billboard

Tuesday, 2nd June 2009

The “Barber’s Ship” is (you’ve guessed it) a ship-shaped barber’s shop!

Tuesday, 2nd June 2009

Giant statue in Florida recreates the classic “American Gothic” painting by Grant Wood from 1930

Tuesday, 2nd June 2009

I wonder where the world’s biggest bicycle park is? Here’s a fairly large one to start you off!

Tuesday, 2nd June 2009

A leftover cow from the Cow Parade herd that invaded Edinburgh back in 2006

Monday, 1st 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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Recent Comments

  1. Tammo: Desert week condensed into a single post these days ;) Great stuff though :)
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  4. Tammo: While I’m glad that you mentioned the Rendsburg High Bridge … it DID deprive me of the chance of...
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