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Visit 9 Amazing Locations With Google Street View

When we say "what a small world!", we intend to mean that many places around the world have become increasingly more accessible to us. But Google has taken this idea a few steps forward, and has made our planet seem even smaller. With the photos below, you'll find that one click will let you step through the screen and take you to some fantastic locations! Isn't that even better than a photo? So take your pick: Will it be the Palace of Versailles you visit today? Or perhaps go diving underneath the great reef? 
Click any of the photos of the locations below to start your adventure!
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How it works:
1. First, click on the photo of the place you want to go exploring. This will take you to the 'street view' interface of that destination with its photo. If you move your mouse on the photo a grey arrow will appear. Once you click on it, you'll be taken to a location you can look around at.

2. Keep your finger on the left mouse button and move it in all directions to look around you.

3. Clicking on plus or minus will get you closer or further away from the image.
4. At the bottom or left hand side of the screen there will be another set of photos from your destination. Click on any of them to move to a new location nearby.

The Colosseum - Rome, Italy

Take a step into one of the world's biggest wonders. Built in 70 AD, it has been customized to fit into your computer screen! Come have a look.

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Matt HintsaHintsa

The White House, Washington D.C.

Step through the door of the most famous house in the world, which has served generations of American presidents and has a ton of history and art to show you.

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 Matt H. Wade


The base of the Everest Camper Base - Nepal

At 5,364 meters above sea level, you'll find the Everest base camp, the point from which climbers start their long journey to the top of the highest peak in the world. Here they must rest to get their bodies accustomed to the low levels of oxygen, with some fantastic sights to entertain them.
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Versailles Palace - Versailles, France

This magnificent structure started its life as a humble hunting lodge. It was king Louis XIII who, wanting a quiet place for himself outside rowdy Paris, decided to make it into something that is much, much more. Over the years, the French kings have added to the construction, until it became the world famous palace it is today. One of its most amazing sights is the beautiful mirror hall.
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The Amazon Rain Forest - South America

This is one richest natural locations on Earth, full of exotic plants and animals, which you can see all this as you ride the Amazon river. In 2011, it was declared one of the world's 7 natural world wonders.
google street view
Crystal Luxmore

The White Lake - Bernina Train, Switzerland

At 2,253 meters above sea level, runs the Bernina train way - the third tallest railroad line in all of Europe. It will take the traveler from Switzerland to Italy, crossing the Alps and unveiling incredible sights along the way. One of them is the White Lake, on display at these unique photos before you, taken from a camera attached to the train car.
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Times Square - New York, USA

Many describe walking through Times Square as a dazzling display that enhances all senses. Now you'll be able to soak up the colorful atmosphere as though you yourselves were walking through it.
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Treball propi


The Great Reef -  Australia

One of the greatest living wonders of the world lies underneath the ocean waves - the world's largest coral reef. Take a deep breath before we dive into the waters of this great corral system, filled with exotic fish and even some turtles.
google street view


Penguin Reservation -  Cape Roides, Antarctica

Let's go even more south, taking a sun-soaked journey to the reservation of the Adélie penguins, in one of the most wild and extreme places on Earth - Antarctica.
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