Visiting Egypt from Your Home

Pyramid of Giza

Image: Pyramid of Giza

 

Most people are familiar with Google Street View. What Google Street View does is to equip SUVs with cameras to collect images of places from a street perspective. This project allows people to visit cities and neighborhoods without ever leaving their homes.

Recently, Google Street View went to Egypt and made available several images of important sites that almost duplicates a visit to those famous monuments, yet without leaving the comfort of your home.

The images in Google Street View of Egypt includes a collection of amazing 360-degree views of the Great Pyramids of Giza and the necropolis of Saqqara,

I invite you to visit Egypt from the comfort of your home by clicking on the links above.

Claude Mariottini
Emeritus Professor of Old Testament
Northern Baptist Seminary

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