Go backstage at the Sydney Opera House with Google

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  • Friday, 29 Apr 2016

The Google Cultural Institute has collaborated with the Sydney Opera House to provide a new interactive feature, where users can visit without ever having to leave their couch. 

The online exhibition of the inside of Sydney's Opera House is accessible to anyone in the world with a smartphone, tablet or computer. 


More than 1,000 artefacts and 60 years of history, performances by soprano Nicole Car and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra as well as a 360-degree videos of the venue are available to discover. 

Users can see inside and digitally walk around the opera house by simply using Google Street View. For the full exhibition and other features, visit the Google Cultural Institute page. — AFP Relaxnews

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