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Google Art Project launched, offering more then 1000 artworks from 17 museums with Street View technology

Today it was announced that the Google art Project is now online. The project, a collaboration between Google and 17 of the world’s most acclaimed art museums enables visitors of the website to virtually visit the museums galleries using Street View technology and view over 1000 art works in detail. Additional, users can create their “own” art collection by saving specific views of the art works included in the project.

The museums included in the project are:

* Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin – Germany
* Freer Gallery of Art, Smithsonian, Washington DC – USA
* The Frick Collection, NYC – USA
* Gemäldegalerie, Berlin – Germany
* The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC – USA
* MoMA, The Museum of Modern Art, NYC – USA
* Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid – Spain
* Museo Thyssen – Bornemisza, Madrid – Spain
* Museum Kampa, Prague – Czech Republic
* National Gallery, London – UK
* Palace of Versailles – France
* Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam – The Netherlands
* The State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg – Russia
* State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow – Russia
* Tate Britain, London – UK
* Uffizi Gallery, Florence – Italy
* Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam – The Netherlands