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Flight 93 Memorial, Shanksville live cam

Flight 93 Memorial, Shanksville

Take a look at the place where Flight 93 crashed near Shanksville. Brave passengers and cabin crew confronted the terrorists and thus prevented a terrorist attack on Washington, D.C. No one survived. The Flight 93 Memorial live cam offers broadcast from this significant place.

Gettysburg Battlefield live cam

Gettysburg Battlefield

This place was the setting of one of the key battles in the history of the U.S. The camera captures a part of the battlefield where the American Civil War turned for the better in 1863. You can visit this historically significant area thanks to the Gettysburg live cam.

Mohawk Mountain, Cornwall live cam

Mohawk Mountain, Cornwall

This cam serves primarily for air quality control in Cornwall, Connecticut. However the Mohawk Mountain webcam displays a very interesting part of the countryside with a view of the sky, therefore it is worth watching.

Red Rock Panorama, Sedona live cam

Red Rock Panorama, Sedona

The panoramic picture from the top of a mountain near the city of Sedona in Arizona offers a view of all sides, including the function of zoom. Take a look at the surroundings and red rocks at a static webcam, which does not offer a live stream.

Red Rock, Sedona live cam

Red Rock, Sedona

Enjoy an exclusive view of the Arizona city of Sedona from the top of a mountain. The live cam captures red rock formations around the city, which have been forming for millions of years. In combination with sunbeams, you can see the “burning rock” at some places.

Sandy Hook East, New Jersey live cam

Sandy Hook East, New Jersey

Enjoy the view in the east direction from the Sandy Hook cam located on a lighthouse. Over a forest you can see the Atlantic Ocean and a part of a beach in Sandy Hook at the top of the image.

Sandy Hook North, New Jersey live cam

Sandy Hook North, New Jersey

If the weather is good you can see a part of New York skyline and the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge on the Sandy Hook cam. You can also see the northern part of Sandy Hook, which is densely overgrown with trees during summer.

Sedona Mountains, Arizona live cam

Sedona Mountains, Arizona

Even though the population of the city of Sedona in Arizona is only 10,000, it is a place you want to visit. The live cam in Sedona captures red rock formations, which surround the city from all sides. The countryside has been forming for millions of years and it offers phenomena that you cannot see anywhere else in the world. The Sedona webcam offers a lot of pictures changing periodically.

Seven Arches Panorama, Sedona live cam

Seven Arches Panorama, Sedona

The interactive Seven Arches panoramic picture in Sedona displays all the points of interest in the direction of the camera, including their names. You can see for example the Thunder Mountain, Wilson Mountain or Cathedral Rock Vortex here.

Seven Arches, Sedona live cam

Seven Arches, Sedona

If you like red rocks combined with sunbeams, the Seven Arches live cam in Sedona will enthrall you. The picture offers interesting rock formations which surround the city from all sides. The webcam is located in the House of Seven Arches.