Wieliczka Salt Mine Now On Google Street View
Google has added an 800-year-old salt mine - including its stunning cathedral carved from rock salt - to Street View.
The 13th-century Wieliczka mine in southern Poland was photographed by Google as part of its Unesco World Heritage series and World Wonders Project.
The mine operated until 2007 when it had to close due to flooding and low salt prices.
It is over 178 miles long and reaches 327 metres below the surface.
It features statues, three chapels, and a cathedral carved out of natural grey salt.
Contemporary artists are occasionally invited to add new carvings at the underground site.
In 1978 the mine was placed on the original Unesco list of the World Heritage Sites
It joins other heritage sites, including the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Australia, the Grand Canyon in the US, and Stonehenge in the UK.