Explore Black Landmarks with Google Street View

On Feb. 8, Google marked the 10 year anniversary of Google Maps and to acknowledge the digital navigational system and in honor of Black History Month, we’re diving further in to exploring the world around you!

With Google Maps and Street view, you can also discover significant landmarks and their rich history.

Here’s a slideshow of 10 locations and a little background on their existence. Click the links for more!

1.Martin Luther King Memorial


1964 Independence Avenue Southwest, Washington, DC 20024. A memorial for Martin Luther King, Jr., featuring a 30-foot statue of the Civil Rights leader carved into the Stone of Hope.

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