Google Street View just added a new virtual destination: some of the most stunning landscapes in Greenland, from fjords to viking ruins.
“Thanks to our partners Visit Greenland and Asiaq, you can now explore immersive 360-degree imagery of the world’s largest island, which is sparsely populated yet chock full of glorious natural wonders and historical sites,” Google wrote on its blog Wednesday. “Let us take you on a tour of fjords, waterfront vistas, Norse ruins and more.”
Check out Google Maps to start your viking tour.
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