For the first time, the company is offering everyone the chance to pay a virtual visit to 'Where the Internet lives’ with a series of photographs.

Google has opened the doors to its private data centers so people can see inside and pay them a virtual visit. The new site, ‘Where the Internet lives,’ features photographs by Connie Zhou that offer “a never-before-seen look at the technology, the people and the places that keep Google running.”

The eight high-tech centers range from a converted paper mill in Finland to custom-made server farms in Iowa. The photos show cooling plants, servers, network rooms, the tape library, and bright water pipes in the company’s signature colors. Click through to get an inside look:

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