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Google Art Project

Utilizing its well-documented Google Street View technology to capture expansive landscapes,

Utilizing its well-documented Google Street View technology to capture expansive landscapes, the Google Art Project is now opening art to a new legion of people. The newly launched initiative now gives you first class access into many top museums around the world. In hopes of creating and fostering new creativity as well as paying homage to the groundwork laid by so many great artists, there is nothing but positivity surrounding this platform. Several notable museums involved include the Palace of Versailles (Paris), Tate Britain (London), MoMA (New York) and The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York). To enter each virtual museum, head over to GoogleArtProject.com.

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