Google Street View has documented over 5 million miles (8.05 million Km) of the globe in over 50 countries on 7 continents, as a part of their continuing expedition to map the world.
In their Street View Collections series, Google has also ventured off the beaten path to search rare destinations around the world such as: The Galapagos Islands, The Grand Canyon, underwater into the Oceans and even inside some of the world’s most famous art galleries and museums.
Antarctica, Earth’s southernmost continent was recently toured by the Street View Team. Antarctica is the coldest, driest and windiest continent. Various renowned landmarks like the ceremonial south pole, Scott’s Hut were visited by the team. Just have a look at the photographs below.
The Ceremonial South Pole
Half Moon Island
Scott’s Hut, Cape Evans on Ross Island
Adélie Penguin Rookery
Dark Sector Laboratory South Pole, Antarctica
Berg Field Center
Shackleton’s Hut, Cape Royds on Ross Island