The most amazing sights you can see on Google's Street View imagery



Slide 1 of 26: Here are some of the most fascinating and thrilling places it's possible to gaze a using Google Street View, chosen by the program's manager Valentina Frassi. Click through to see them all...
Slide 2 of 26: A Google Street view of the Seven Mile Bridge - the longest bridge in the Florida Keys, which is 6.79 miles long. slightly shorter than the original, which can be seen on the right.
Slide 3 of 26: One of the stunning waterfalls on Milford Track, a popular hiking route in Fiordland National Park on New Zealand's South Island, as seen on Google Street View.
Slide 4 of 26: The jaw-dropping Pyramids of Giza site in Egypt includes the almighty Great Pyramid, built using 2.3 million stone blocks and reaching a height of 481 feet.

Slide 5 of 26: A Street View of the Eiffel Tower, which is 1,063 ft (324m) high. It is named after Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower.
Slide 6 of 26: The stunning 15th-century citadel of Machu Picchu, Peru's most-visited destination and a Unesco heritage site.
Slide 7 of 26: The beautiful Batalha Monastery in the Leiria district of Portugal, which dates back to 1396. It took over 100 years to build.
Slide 8 of 26: The stunning Kegon Waterfall, which is located at Lake Chūzenji in Nikkō National Park near the city of Nikkō in Japan. The falls are almost 328ft (100m) high.
Slide 9 of 26: The stunning Doi Angkhang mountain, which is located in Chang Mai, Thailand. It straddles both sides of the Thai/Burmese border.

Slide 10 of 26: A climber scales Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Western Europe, which stands at 15,774ft. It lies on the border between France and Italy.
Slide 11 of 26: The ancient Mayan kingdom of Tikal in Guatemala sits deep in the jungle and was made a Unesco world heritage site in 1979.
Slide 12 of 26: Inside the beautiful Sagrada Familia temple in Barcelona. Work on the building started in 1882 and is still ongoing.
Slide 13 of 26: Inside the fascinating St Stephen's Basilica in Budapest, which is the third-largest church in Hungary and capable of holding 8,500 people. The views from the dome are, by all accounts, spectacular.
Slide 14 of 26: The stark landscape surrounding the Ruta Provincial 74  road, which runs south-east of the Argentinian capital, Buenos Aires.

Slide 15 of 26: The stunning scenery of County Wicklow in Ireland as seen from the R759 road, which runs through the Wicklow Mountains.
Slide 16 of 26: Road 63, pictured, is a winding country road in western Norway. The road stretches for 62 miles (100km) and takes in sights such as the famous Geirangerfjord.
Slide 17 of 26: The picture-perfect landscape of Quttinirpaaq National Park in Canada. It is known for its extensive glaciers, ice caps and desert-like conditions.
Slide 18 of 26: Petra in Jordan is one of the new Seven Wonders of the World. It was unknown to the West until 1812. Inside there are around 800 tombs.
Slide 19 of 26: Carthage in Tunisia was founded in the ninth century and developed, says Unesco, into a great trading empire that covered much of the Mediterranean.
Slide 20 of 26: The mesmerizing Northern Lights seen above the skies of Pitkäjärvi lake in Finland. The lake is popular with canoeists.
Slide 21 of 26: The Stelvio Pass (Passo dello Stelvio) is a mountain pass in northern Italy at an elevation of 2,757m (9,045ft). It is one of the highest road passes in Europe, affording drivers and cyclists incredible views, as this image reveals.
Slide 22 of 26: Moraine Lake, pictured, can be found in Canada's Banff National Park. It sits at a lofty elevation of 6,183 feet.
Slide 23 of 26: The Badshahi Mosque, on the outskirts of the walled city of Lahore in Pakistan, is widely considered to be one of Lahore's most recognizable landmarks.
Slide 24 of 26: This is Ta Prohm Temple in Cambodia's mesmerizing 12th-century 'City of Temples', Angkor Wat, which at 402 acres is the world's largest religious monument.
Slide 25 of 26: The Itsukushima Shrine is a Shinto shrine on the Japanese island of Itsukushima. It is is one of Japan's most popular tourist attractions.
Slide 26 of 26: Inside the beautiful Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Center in Abu Dhabi. Construction was completed in 2007 and cost two billion dirhams ($545million/£445million) to build.
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