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By Alyssa Pereira

London’s Abbey Road studios may be thousands of miles from Google’s Bay Area headquarters, but thanks to a new venture by the tech company, any user with an Internet connection can now get a look inside the iconic recording studio best known for their work with the Beatles (and that silly crosswalk).

After users click through the intro, they’ll be able to check out each studio room individually.

Symbols will appear in each destination, allowing virtual visitors to watch videos related to that space or find out a bit more about that room’s history. The tour also features narration by Giles Martin, a sound engineer and son of the great George Martin, the so-called “Fifth Beatle” best known for his extensive work at Abbey Road on the Fab Four’s original albums.

Take the tour here.


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