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Visit the world's finest corners with thanks to Google Earth




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For several days, almost every citizen of every country in the world is able to move out. The cause is a virus called COVID-19 or a common coronavirus, which has forced governments to take drastic measures such as closing borders or alienating their citizens.

This means that without special circumstances, like going to a pharmacy or a grocery store, we can't go outside. No more hiking with friends, having a beer in the square or going on a sightseeing tour. At least a few weeks. Fortunately we live in the XXI century and the internet provides us with many facilities. We can't go outside but thanks to Google we can visit 30 Unesco World Heritage sites. Can you join us?

As if you were there: view Universal Heritage thanks to Google

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As most of you probably already know, Google has to pay for most of its apps and services. Most of them are just as popular as Snapseed, a photo editor that just the other day got its first update after over a year and many other mobile tools these days.

But it also has other entertainment apps like Google Earth, is an app that allows us to visit all parts of the world without getting up from a chair or sofa. A great way to visit all the corners of the globe on these coronavirus days, especially the list of 30 Unesco World Heritage sites and Google itself has gathered us all.

  • The Great Pyramid of Giza
  • The Taj Mahal
  • Sagrada Familia in Barcelona
  • Angkow Wat towers in Cambodia
  • Sevila Church
  • Dolomites
  • Borobudur Temple
  • Prambanan Temple
  • Hiroshima Peace Monument
  • Local Check
  • Tower of Nijö
  • Nishi Hongi Temple
  • Himeji-jö castle
  • Royal Kew Botanical Gardens
  • The Great Sphinx of Giza
  • The palace and parks of Versailles
  • Pompeii archaeological sites
  • Kinderdijk-Eishout grinding network
  • Stonehenge
  • Alhambra and Generalife
  • Pawon Temple
  • Swidnica Peace Church
  • the church of archangel Michael Michael in Binarowa
  • Monastery of San Millán de Yuso
  • The cave of Jasovská
  • The place of the first men in Sangiran
  • Laura de la Trinidad and San Sergio
  • Domica's Cave
  • Middle Age Center

I mean The best 30 places that can be seen in full detail are using our computer, tablet or smartphone, all of this is totally free – you have to pay a ticket – and a nice house. The Google Earth Android app was also updated earlier this year, allowing you to see the views of the universe and its stars, a feature that has so far only enjoyed itself on the desktop.

And you, what places will you visit Google Earth during this time of isolation?

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