Tour Nijō Castle in Kyoto, the historic row houses in Bryggen, Xochimilco in Mexico City and Yosemite National Park on your lunch break.
World Wonders Project is a collaborative deal between Google, Getty, UNESCO, the World Monuments Fund and other heavyweight partners to digitally map wondrous sites of the modern and ancient world.
Using Google street view you can look in detail at some of the world's greatest monuments browsing by location or theme, such as architecture, historic sites, places of worship and castles. Most of the one-name wonders are on there: Pisa, Stonehenge and Yellowstone. But it's the less-cited locations that are really interesting: the Japanese Machiya Townhouses, Kakadu National Park, Route 66, the Brazillian gold rush town of Ouro Preto, the Roman Walls of Lugo and the most westerly point of the Aussie continent, Shark Bay.
Images: Google street view and Getty