It was inevitable, given Google's geeky bent, that the company intent on documenting all the world's streets, paths, and passageways would make its way down into tunnels of the Large Hadron Collider. The CERN labs on the Franco-Swiss border opened their doors to Google's Street View team for two weeks back in 2011, when imagery was collected of all the various control rooms, laboratories, underground tunnel networks, and massive experiment structures. They're now available for your exploration and perusal at a dedicated CERN labs page, part of Google's growing collection of standout locations around the world.

Read next: The Large Hadron Collider in pictures: using big technology to investigate tiny things