(Screenshot by Michelle Starr/CNET Australia)
Google has added the 13th-century Wieliczka Salt Mine, including its glorious cathedral carved entirely out of rock salt, to Street View.
The mine, which opened in the 13th century, operated up until 2007, when it had to close due to flooding. It is over 287 kilometres long and reaches 327 below the surface, and hidden in its twists and turns is a treasure trove carved right out of the rock salt.
This includes statuary, three chapels and a cathedral carved out of natural grey salt, dating back to the mine's early days and still occasionally worked on by contemporary artists. It's something we'd dearly love to visit — and, thanks to Street View, we can now virtually explore a small portion of the warrens.
Head over to this link to take a tour for yourself.