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You can step inside the official residence of the Queen on this virtual tour, taking in the Throne Room, the White Drawing Room and the Grand Staircase.
The English Heritage virtual tour offers a 360-degree view from inside the monument, with pop-out videos on its excavation, conservation and design, as well as a site for stargazing.
Take in the views from the look-out platform of the 324m Paris landmark. Additional immersive digital exhibitions explore its construction from 1887 to 1889, with photos of the first visitors.
The oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome could hold up to 80,000 spectators and was used for gladiatorial contests, mock sea battles, animal hunts, executions, battle re-enactments and dramas. Explore it in a series of images dating back to 80AD.
Explore the most complete ancient Greek monumental complex still standing today, with 360-degree views from some of the key vantage points. Guides fill you in on the fascinating history at each vantage point.
Visit the iconic city of stone created more than 2,000 years ago by the Nabataeans. This online tour includes a guide narrating the interactive walk, which takes you through a narrow gorge called the Siq, passing tombs, temple ruins, an enormous monastery and Al Khaznah, the famous building carved into the gorge wall.
This virtual tour allows you to explore two of the largest pyramids ever built, the Great Pyramid (147m) and the Pyramid of Khafre (136m), as well as the Great Sphinx to the east, from near and far.
Tour the great Inca ruins located in the Andes with a series of 360-degree images. They were built at 2,430m above sea level around 1450 without wheels or animals to transport the huge stones. The tour includes a voiceover guide.
Take in 3D panoramic views of the art-deco statue that looks down on the leafy mountain and extraordinary coastline of Rio de Janeiro, avoiding the crowds that normally fill the walkways around it.
Explore the temple complex in Siem Reap as it would have been in the 13th century, with video simulations created by archaeologists, historians and CGI artists.
The Taj Mahal, India’s architectural crown jewel, was built more than 350 years ago by a powerful ruler in honour of his wife. Explore routes around the white marble mausoleum, reflecting pool, paradise gardens and sandstone mosque.
Click through to walk along the path on top of the wall from Jinshanling to Simatai, or take in 360-degree views of the surrounding landscape.
Explore one of the most famous most frequently visited of Mexico’s Mayan sites with a series of aerial images taking in several ruins, including the pyramid, the Temple of Warriors, the observatory and the nunnery.
Rapa Nui, Easter Island, Chile
Travel to one of the world’s most remote islands and view the famous moai statues, recreated in 3D. There is lots of information about their history, what they mean to the indigenous people and how they are threatened by climate change.