With an aim to give people an opportunity to explore ancient and cultural sites, Google has launched a new project, which is named as the World Wonders Project. The project has 132 ancient and cultural sites, which are present in 18 different countries across the globe.
World class technology has been used in the project, said the World Wonders site officials. They further affirmed that they have used Street View technology, which will help users to navigate easily and will also help users to give a close look to all the ancient sites.
Some of the sites that are present in the project are Stonehenge, Pompeii Italy archaeological sites as well as ancient temples of Japan. The project officials were of the view that they have used camera laden tricycles, so that they can get closest view of all the sites and also high resolution images.
Google has given an excellent opportunity to users to tour famous places across the globe and that while sitting at home. “With advancements in our camera technologies we can now go off the beaten track to photograph some of the most significant places in the world”, said the company at the time of the announcement of the project.
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