It's not quite Google Middle Earth - but it's close.
The search giant's latest Chrome Experiment allows Tolkien fans to zoom through a dragon's eye-view of the fictional fantasy landscape, styled as if it's a normal Google Maps satellite image.
Different locations from the books (or rather, and not coincidentally, the new film The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug) can be explored with various 3D games, interactive encyclopaedias and other cool-looking content.
As it's a Chrome Experiment, it can be viewed on virtually any device running Google's browser, including smartphones and tablets. Google said that three more locations will soon be added, and probably three more next year when Peter Jackson's final Middle Earth film is released.
Click here to take a look at the whole 'Experiment' or watch a making-of above.
Other amazing places Google Street View has been:
- Under the sea
- Inside a submarine
- The River Thames
- The Large Hadron Collider
- The Zoo
- The Tardis
- The top of the Eiffel Tower
- The world of Harry Potter
- The set of Skyfall
- The Grand Canyon
- Actually inside Google
- The top of the world's tallest building