Virtual Travel: Google Maps x Trans-Siberian Railway

Virtual Travel: Google Maps x Trans-Siberian Railway
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Google and the Russian Railways have created a virtual trip covering the 5,752-mile route of the Trans-Siberian Railway.

Kyana Gordon
  • 17 february 2010

Ever dreamed of traveling the 5,752-mile route of the Trans-Siberian Railway spanning Europe to Asia? Thanks to Google Maps, curious travelers can now experience it as a virtual journey. The joint project between Google and the Russian Railways guides virtual travelers on a detailed tour along the famous route where you can see Moscow, the Khekhtsirsky range, the Yenisei river, Vladivostok and many other views of Russia without leaving the comfort of your house. During the trip, experience classic Russian literature and stories that accompany sites along the route. Make sure to select audio and hear the rumble of the wheels to complete the trip.

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