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Through EarthCam's live webcams, you can experience the hustle and bustle of Times Square, be a party of the action in the heart of New Orleans, see the famous Abbey Road crossing in London and enjoy a beautiful sunset over the historic Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. Explore the world now with live views! Explore your planet LIVE NOW!
New York City
This unique aerial look at Times Square captures what this great city is all about. In the heart of the "Big Apple", Times Square was formerly named Longacre Square until it was renamed in 1904 after the New York Times moved its headquarters to the Times Building, now called One Times Square.
You're watching live views of the New Atlanta Stadium construction. The new stadium will be an iconic landmark for the City of Atlanta and will feature environmentally sustainable features throughout with flexible seating for up to 83,000. Among the most unique features will be the retractable roof structure, a 5 foot 360-degree HD video screen. The project is expected to last for 3 years with an opening slated for 2017.
Experience Budapest, the capital and largest city in Hungary, with this live HD streaming camera. Located at Hotel Victoria in the center of this exciting city, visitors will see a spectacular view of cultural sites surrounding the Danube River, including the Chain Bridge, Buda Castle and the Hungarian Royal Palace.
This street level camera reveals the heart of New Orleans. Check out the locals and tourists on the corner of Bourbon and St. Peter Street from the balcony of the world famous "Cat's Meow" where Karaoke was launched in the US in 1989.
Work Zone Cam proudly teamed up with the National Building Museum in Washington, DC for the fourth consecutive year to document its Summer Block Party installation. See construction progress for Hive, designed by Studio Gang, with HD construction camera imagery.
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