Google's World Wonders Project Gives Teachers a Nice Kick-Start - Page 2
The final option on the sidebar provides three-dimensional models (if available) from Google Earth. Again, you can click and drag the models and zoom in on them, just as you can in Earth.
Of course, you can pretty much put together all of this information on your own using Google Maps and Earth, and a variety of teachers have already accomplished this for their units of instruction. What makes the World Wonders Project valuable, however, is in having all of these informative resources in one site, allowing for an all-in-one, time-saving and rich teaching opportunity for world-surfing students.
I give the initial effort a thumbs-up, but do hope more educational and fun features are introduced into the Google World Wonders Project soon.