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Imagine if the D.C. Metro system could take you to St. Petersburg, or Rome, or even under the sea.

For now, it can—-virtually anyway.

There’s something wrong—-or blissfully right—-with WMATA.com’s interactive Metro map today, as local Redditors discovered this morning. When you click on a Metro stop to get a Google Street View image of the area around the station, the map takes you to a faraway, exquisite land.

A spokeswoman for WMATA said she was unaware of the glitch, but was looking into it.

Until then, take a look at these dream Metro stops, and bon voyage.

Dupont Circle

Wiehle-Reston East (which, by the looks of it, is much nicer than the actually Wiehle-Reston Metro stop.)

Georgia Avenue/Petworth

Congress Heights


Screenshots via WMATA.com