Virtual trip to the most interesting places on the planet
We invite you to travel to the most interesting places on the planet: to an altitude of 8000 meters, to the depths of the oceans, to secret world objects. Like a time machine with the help of webcams, we will travel many centuries back and look into the near future. Are you ready to travel?
1. NASA (USA)
The webcam will allow you to visit both inside and outside the National Aerospace Administration: you will walk through the launch sites, see how the spacecraft and the main engines of the shuttle are assembled, and you will find yourself in the Museum of the Apollo 14 space module, which visited the Moon.
2. Colosseum (Italy)
This camera will invite you to wander through the remains of the legendary Roman stadium, where 3000 gladiators could fight at the same time. The Colosseum is over 1900 years old and is still open to the public.
3. Versailles Palace (France)
The Palace of Versailles is an example of how the French kings lived in grand style. The splendour of the palace made such a strong impression on Peter I that after visiting him he conceived the construction of the famous ensemble in Peterhof. The webcam will guide you through the territory of the palace and the parking area, where 3600 courtiers lived at the same time.
4. Taj Mahal (India)
Taj Mahal is a symbol of Shah Jahan’s love for the wife of Mumtaz Mahal, sung by poets. The webcam can be zoomed in so much that it will be possible to see the floral ornaments and the finest Arabic script that adorn the walls of the palace.
4. Galapagos Islands (Ecuador)
This webcam will offer you a lot of fun: plunge into the depths of the blue lagoon and see fur seals, walk around the island and get a closer look at huge turtles and unique birds – frigates with a bright red throat pouch.
6. Google Data Center (USA)
Internet giant Google has opened a virtual field trips its holy of holies – data centres. The webcam will guide you through the places where the Internet is stored.
7. White House (USA)
This webcam will invite you to visit the official residence of the President of the United States. You will walk the red carpet, look into a large number of rooms and see the atmosphere in which the American chapter works.
8. Diagon Alley
The Google Wizards will guide you down Diagon Alley from the Harry Potter movie. You will see the scenery and see the sights of the street with the full feeling of being on the set yourself.
9. Emirates A380
This is the first aircraft to appear on Google Street View. And for a reason. The world’s richest people travel onboard the Emirates A380. It remains only to turn on the camera.
10. Everest Base Camp (China-Nepal)
A unique place that is not worth talking about, but it is better to see everything with your own eyes. The mountain air is breathtaking.
11. Wilson Island (Australia)
The Great Barrier Reef is like an outlandish forest with its flora and fauna. You can see him with your own eyes right now.
12. CERN (Switzerland)
CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) is the world’s largest physics laboratory. This is where the Large Hadron Collider is located. With the help of the camera, you can see all the details of this grandiose structure from different angles and visit any point in the centre. Everything takes on completely different shapes and sizes when you look at the collider with your own eyes.
13. Islands of Indonesia
Here, with this webcam, as with a good travel companion, you can’t cross archaeological sites, statues, museums, islands. Choose according to your liking – and good luck!
14. Smithsonian Institution (USA)
The Smithsonian Institution consists of 19 museums and galleries, as well as the National Zoological Park. The film “Night at the Museum” was filmed here. And if you have not been here yet, then you are welcome!
15. Van Gogh Museum (Netherlands)
It is the 23rd most visited museum in the world. The webcam will guide you through the galleries with the works of the famous Dutchman and acquaint you with the interior of the museum.