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In the news: a shot of The Royal Gazette’s office on Par-la-Ville Road in Hamilton

High resolution images of the Island’s national parks are now available online for all to see — thanks to the wonders of Google Street View. The feature offers panoramic views of locations in Bermuda, allowing people to virtually tour their chosen area from the comfort of their homes.

Roads, trails, beaches and even the inside of buildings have also been added to the growing Google collection.

The initiative began in late 2014, when representatives of Google Maps contacted the Department of Parks in Bermuda to seek permission to capture high resolution imagery of numerous points of interest across the Island.

The operator from Google’s Street View Special Collects team Hope Garza arrived in May 2015, and spent two-and-a-half months capturing images of more than 20 of the Island’s national parks with assistant park planner Justin Lavigne.

Pictured are several images available on the website, which can be found at www.instantstreetview.com.

Take in some history: an image capturing Somerset Bridge in Sandys, the world’s smallest drawbridge
Wander around one of the Island’s hotels: an image capturing The Hamilton Princess in Pembroke
Sample the beauty: a picture of Flatts Inlet taken from North Shore Road approaching Flatts Bridge
Visiting the Royal Naval Dockyard: the cruise ship terminal at Dockyard in Sandys
Look around St George from home: an image of King’s Square and the Town Hall