Explore historic sites in Italy and France with Google Street View

Google goes off-road again in newly released photos taken from the Street View trike, with some impressive panoramas taken inside and around UNESCO listed historic and archaeological sites in Italy and France.

The Colosseum in Rome:

Inside the Colosseum, Rome, in Google Street View

Emperor Augustus’ palace on the Palatine Hill in Rome:

Emperor Augustus Palace. Palatine Hill, Rome in Google Streetview

Florence cathedral, the Basilica of Santa del Maria del Flore:

Basillica di Santa Maria del Fiore in Google Street View

In addition to these locations Google’s latlong post also highlights new images for the Imperial Forum, Appian way and Baths of Diocletian in Rome, also the Palace of Fontainebleau near Paris.

As with previous updates there’s probably more goodness to be found if you let Pegman guide you in Google Maps or Google Earth.


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