Google Earth will partner with Spain's Prado Museum for a project that allows users to access fourteen of Spain's most treasured works of art, including works by Francisco de Goya, Diego Velazquez and Hieronymus Bosch, all in high-resolution detail.

With Google Earth technology it is possible to enjoy these magnificent works in a way never previously possible, obtaining details impossible to appreciate through firsthand observation, Javier Rodriguez Zapatero, Google Spain director said at a news conference at the museum.

The project announced Tuesday, is the first of its kind involving an art museum, there were 8.,200 photographs taken between May and July last year which were then combined with Google Earth's zoom-in technology.

To view the images download Google Earth software then type in Prado Museum in the search engine.