12 interesting places to visit on Google Street View

By Shrey Pacheco | Updated Mar 29 2016
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Google has managed to capture some amazing places with Street View. However, some of the views captured by the feature can only be described as cool, awesome, or just plain weird. Here are some of the most interesting sights that you can check out, on Google Street View.

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Batcave
Very few individuals have been granted access to Batman’s secret lair. Thankfully, Google Street View was one of the few to be given a peek. The Batcave that you’ll get to see is the one used in the new Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice movie. As a bonus, it also contains the new Batmobile. You can check out the Batcave here.

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Diagon Alley
The famous wizarding alley from Harry Potter has also been mapped by Google, and you will get to see all of the shops where Harry Potter and his friends went for some retail therapy. You’ll get to check out Ollivanders Wand Shop, Gringotts Bank, Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes, and more. You can check out the famous alley here.

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Tardis
The popular time machine and spacecraft belonging to Doctor Who can be spotted just outside Earl’s Court Station in London. Whovians will instantly recognise the blue police box from the popular TV show. However, as an added bonus, you can see inside it. Don’t worry, it’s a lot bigger on the inside. You can see the Tardis here, and to look inside, click on the ‘X’ icon in front of it.

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Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is arguably one of the most beautiful natural wonders that Australia has to offer. Thanks to underwater cameras, Google managed to capture some beautiful imagery of coral reefs and marine life. Take a deep breath, and click here to see the Great Barrier Reef.

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Scott's Hut
Located just off the coast of Antarctica on Ross Island, Scott's Hut was erected by Robert Falcon Scott in 1911 during the British Antarctic Expedition. The hut is very well preserved, and after seeing the equipment used by early explorers, you will be able to get an idea of how tough it was for them. The Hut can be seen here.

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Airbus A380
The world’s largest passenger airliner has also been mapped by Google Street View. The images are from Emirates' own plane, and one can freely check out the giant aircraft, including the cockpit, without having to shell out for a ticket. The plane itself is parked just outside Dubai International Airport, and can be seen here.

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Lamborghini Museum
Lamborghini is known for making some outrageous and beautiful sports cars. While most of us cannot afford one, we can check out some of their most notable models in the Lamborghini Museum, thanks to Street View. From the iconic Miura all the way to the Sesto Elemento, it’s all here.

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Large Hadron Collider
CERN’s Large Hadron Collider is the largest particle collider ever built, and now you too can see this marvel of science up close. This giant is located deep underground, and has a circumference of about 27 kilometers. Click here to visit the LHC.

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Wembley Stadium
Wembley is one of the most famous stadiums in the world, and has hosted football and rugby matches as well as concerts and other events. Thanks to Google's Street View, you too will be able to see what it feels like to be surrounded by 90,000 fans. You can take a tour of the pitch by clicking here.

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Top Gear Test Track
Located in Dunsfold Aerodrome in the UK, the Top Gear Test Track is the place where some of the fastest cars are put to the test at the hands of the enigmatic STIG. Fans of the show can now take a virtual lap around the track and go around some famous corners like Chicago, Hammerhead and Gambon by clicking here.

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Giant Chicken
Located between Sampsonia Street and Sampsonia Way is one of the strangest sights you can see on Google Street View. On the corner is a giant uncooked chicken which simply begs the question, why? Newer images show that the chicken is no longer there, but you can view it by turning the clock back to 2008.

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Horse Boy
The mysterious Horse Boy has been spotted multiple times on Google Street View. This one is taken in Italy, while this one was taken in Aberdeen, Scotland. He begs so many questions, "Why is he wearing a horse mask?", or "Why is following the Google Street View car?" Like all great mysteries, we may never know the answer.

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