The Street View project has become one of Google’s most ambitious endeavors. No joke, walk and travel hundreds of thousands of kilometers to make an exact digital copy of the globe! However, this was not enough for the company. The Google team went beyond ordinary cities, forests and fields and looked into very strange places.
TARDIS stands for Time And Relative Dimension (s) In Space and stands for the time machine and spaceship from the British television series Doctor Who. TARDIS can deliver its passengers to any point in time and space. The outside is a 1963 police booth, but inside it is much larger. You can see for yourself if you try to enter it.
Diagon Alley is a winding street in the world of the Harry Potter books. This is the only place in London where you can buy a magical animal, a flying broom, a magic wand and many other unusual things. The English branch of the magic bank “Gringotts” is also located here.
The Airbus A380 is the largest production airliner in the world, created by Airbus SAS. It can accommodate 525 passengers in three classes or 853 passengers in a single-class configuration. The aircraft of this model operated by Emirates Airlines are distinguished by a special luxury of finishing. See for yourself these personal cabins and spa showers in First Class cabins, fully reclining seats in Business Class and other pleasant surprises for passengers on board the Emirates A380.
This is the interesting name of the famous Italian manufacturer of carbon fiber supercars. The founder of the company worked for some time at Lamborghini, and in 1988 he founded his own company. Pagani Automobili has developed only a few supercar models, but all of them are legendary. If you want to take a close look at your dream, then welcome to the museum of this company.
Want some supplements? Here is the Lamborghini Museum, and this link will appeal to motorcycle enthusiasts.
CERN (CERN) – European Center for Nuclear Research, the world’s largest laboratory for high energy physics. It is here that the great and terrible Large Hadron Collider is located, which still cannot explode. You can verify this on your own by taking a tour of all the nooks and crannies of this top secret scientific facility.
Captain Robert Scott’s hut
Now let’s jump back almost 100 years and find ourselves in a hut, which is located on the northern shore of Cape Evans on Ross Island. It was built in 1911 by the ill-fated British Antarctic Expedition led by Robert Falcon Scott. Scott’s group reached the South Pole on January 17, 1912, but on their return, the explorer and four of his companions died from exhaustion, hunger and cold.
The expedition found refuge in 1956 under mountains of snow and ice. The hut has been preserved in almost perfect condition and is filled with many unique exhibits that are still stored there.
This is, of course, not an exhaustive list of surprises from Google Street View. Check out other amazing virtual tours on this page.