Stonehenge topped Google's online poll to become the first UK Tourist attraction to be snapped for Street View.
Stonehenge has become the first place in Wiltshire to get the Google Street View treatment.
A treatment that, as of December 3, will let you virtually walk around the ancient monument from the comfort of your own home.
It was back in May that the British public were asked to vote on the first tourist attraction they'd like to see on Google's online mapping tool.
And Stonehenge topped the poll.
An 18-stone trike
Since its launch, back in March 2009, Google's Street View camera car has been spotted on roads up and down the country snapping 360 degree images for the search engine's online mapping tool.
But, up until recently, that's where it's had to stay 'on roads'.
Sites like Stonehenge, with no road access, were in effect 'off the map'.
Google's super fit tricyclist on the 18 stone Street View trike
That is until Google came up with a Street View camera trike, an 18-stone 'mechanical masterpiece', designed to take Google's state of the art camera off-road.
So, with Stonehenge polled as the top place Brits would like to see on Street View, Google's heavy weight camera trike (and super fit tricyclist) headed down to the county, in July, to snap the ancient monument.
The results, after months of stitching and processing, can now be seen online along with the Millennium Stadium, the Angel of the North, the Eden Project, Warwick Castle, Bamburgh Castle and in another surprising first the fictional street - Coronation Street.
To check out Stonehenge, in all its Street View glory, click on the link below:
Once you've located the ancient monument, click and drag the orange 'Pegman' icon (on the left-hand side of the map) onto the blue highlighted area.
Where you go from there is up to you.