Google Street View Sightseeing

You can now race The Stig around the Top Gear test track on Google Streetview!

Thursday, 23rd January 2014

Merry Christmas from Google Sightseeing! Which list will you be on – naughty or nice?

Monday, 23rd December 2013

An incredibly lucky escape for the passengers of this bus #gmapsviews

Tuesday, 10th December 2013

Stunning view from the 33rd floor of London’s newest skyscraper and tallest building in the EU: The Shard

Monday, 9th December 2013

Er, “aloha” to you too mate!

Friday, 6th December 2013

Would you not be a little scared to sleep here with this lot peering down at you all night?

Thursday, 28th November 2013
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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

Michael Heizer’s Landscape (and other) Art

Michael Heizer is a contemporary artist known for creating landscape art on a massive scale in isolated locations. His largest…

Ferris Bueller’s Chicago

In 1986, Matthew Broderick starred as Ferris Bueller in the now classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and inspired a whole…

Churches With Detached Towers

We recently took a look at a number of Churches with twisted spires. Rather more common are Churches with detached…

Recent Comments

  1. Tammo: Desert week condensed into a single post these days ;) Great stuff though :)
  2. Ian Brown: Sorry, D. King, we get a lot of spam on the site and while most of it gets caught, the occasional one gets...
  3. D. King: What does this have to do with blimp or airship bases?
  4. Tammo: While I’m glad that you mentioned the Rendsburg High Bridge … it DID deprive me of the chance of...
  5. seefit: Thanks for the link to your original post, Ian. Another fine article (as always). :-) It’s nice to know...

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