See every single location from Seinfeld, from NYC to Norway

This painstaking project details all of Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld’s iconic New York sitcom on a global map.

Seinfeld (1989-1998)

Seinfeld (1989-1998)

It's no secret that we're big fans of Seinfeld—we recently ranked Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld's comedic oeuvre as the best NYC-set television show. So our ears immediately perked up when Gothamist pointed to Maps About Nothing: A Global Guide to Seinfeld, the longtime project of Canada's ultimate Seinfeld geek, Dan Zinman.

On the website—a massive archive meticulously assembled with the help of Google Maps, Wikipedia and episode scripts—you can locate everything from regular spots on the show (Jerry's UWS abode, Elaine's three homes) to sites mentioned just once in passing, like Uganda's Lake Victoria (season eight). You can also search throughout NYC, the U.S. and even the entire world.

Dig away—just don't be surprised if this launches you into a Seinfeld marathon. In the meantime, here's a clip of Kramer swimming in the East River, something that would only sound remotely appealing in this brutal heat wave.

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