Happy Halloween :-)
by Globetrotter on 09 October 2008EN
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Happy Halloween on a Street View in Massachusetts.
Lombard Street One of the most famous streets in San Francisco is the curvy Lombard Street. It's a one-way street from west to east. "Street View" introduction Google has created a introduction for the Street View feature in Google Maps. If you want to see Street View in action you can use the new GLOTTER Street View service http://www.glotter.com/streetview And the best of all - from now on you can even embed Street View in your own GLOTTER entries! Car parking vertically on house wall in Den Haag Zoom in, see and believe it ;-) Related entry: http://www.glotter.com/entry-1415 Scuba Divers chasing Google Streetview Car These two Norwegian "Scuba Divers" (Børre Erstad and Paul Åge Olsen) are chasing Google's Streetview Car in their hometown Bergen. Welcome to fabulous Las Vegas The famous "Welcome to fabulous Las Vegas sign" on the Las Vegas Boulevard was created in 1959 by Betty Willis and Ted Rogich. The world's largest tyre The world's largest tyre in Allen Park, Michigan Plane flying over Street View car Here is a funny Streetview sight: A plane is landing on Mc Carran International Airport in Las Vegas. Just drag the Street View and zoom in to see the plane in full size. Flatiron building Flatiron building (Fuller building) is a famous building in New York City built in 1902. It is a flatiron/triangle shaped building. Indianapolis Children's Museum Dinosaurs are escaping from the Indianapolis Children's Museum. San Francisco Chinatown The oldest Chinatown in the United States was established in 1850. Empire State building The Empire State building is the tallest building in New York City. It was constructed from 1929 to 1931 and became the world's tallest skyscraper after it's completion. The height is 448.7 m (1,472 ft). "Welcome to Hobbiton" The city Matamata in New Zealand promotes itself as "Hobbiton" (Lord of the Rings) as you can see on this street sign "Welcome to Hobbiton". Streetview Smiley This Streetview Smiley can be found in South Carolina. Winchester Mystery House The Winchester Mystery House, located in San Jose/California, is a Victorian mansion with 160 rooms owned by Sarah Winchester (1839-1922), the wife of William Wirt Winchester. Sarah Winchester thought the house was haunted by the ghosts of individuals killed by Winchester rifles. I ♥ Street View I ♥ Street View - Banner at the Googleplex in Mountain View, California. Ceremonial South Pole Streetview imagery of the Ceremonial South Pole in Antarctica UNESCO World Heritage sites Take a virtual walk around some of the world's most remarkable natural and cultural landmarks using Google Maps, Google Earth and Street View. Happy Halloween :-) Happy Halloween on a Street View in Massachusetts. Porsche Museum Stuttgart Eine virtuelle Street View Tour durch das Porsche Museum. Submarine HMS Ocelot on Street View Ever wanted to see the interior of a real submarine? Check it out here...