Google Street View Sightseeing

Yippee Kayay Motherfucker! The Nakatomi Plaza from Die Hard was actually just movie-maker Fox’s head office via @totalflim

Wednesday, 27th May 2009

If there’s something strange in your neighborhood. Who ya gonna call? GHOSTBUSTERS! via @totalfilm

Wednesday, 27th May 2009

I thought these had been burnt down? Initech’s offices from the classic film Office Space via @totalflim

Wednesday, 27th May 2009

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

Wednesday, 27th May 2009

Stefan’s Skyneedle was destined for Tokyo Disneyland, but was saved by a local man Full story

Wednesday, 27th May 2009

Some friendly youths, having just helped some old ladies across the road, wave at the passing camera

Wednesday, 27th May 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

The best of Google Maps: Circles, Paintings, and Rude Messages

It’s often the simplest things that get the biggest laugh around here, and when we open the GSS suggestion box…

Rollercoaster Round-up!

We visited a number of amusement parks in the early years of Google Sightseeing, but with improved imagery and competition…

Airbus, Toulouse

In 2005, the aviation world’s eyes lit up with excitement when the first Airbus A380 took into the skies over…

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