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You can explore the Dark Knight's Batcave from 'Batman v Superman' on Google Maps

Ben affleck batmanWarner Bros.Hello, Batfleck.

While fans are getting hyped up for the latest superhero movie, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” Warner Bros. and Google Maps have created a fun way for anyone to get an inside look at the newest version of the batcave.

The invitation to “explore Bruce Wayne’s residence and more” was announced on the movie’s official Facebook page, so naturally we had to see this for ourselves.

Scroll down for a look at Bruce Wayne’s house and superhero lair on Google Maps.

The real-life house is located just outside Detroit (or should we say Gotham?).

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You can switch to satellite view for a detailed look at the property.

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There are even fake 'reviews' of the house. One reads: 'Late at night, I always hear something that sounds like a huge motorised vehicle starting up and some nights I've even heard helicopters, but I'm sure there's nothing weird going on!'

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Here's a look at the property from the street. You can't see any parts of the house.

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But when you click through the available photos, a 'street view' style image is there.

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You get a 360-view of the lake house. 'The house sits in the middle of nature,' production designer Patrick explained in production notes for the film. 'As if it's almost not there; wherever you look, you're in nature.'

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When you click the arrow to leave the living room ...

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... you're suddenly in a dark tunnel. There's no real transition between house and Batcave.

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Farther down the tunnel, the Batcave appears.

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If you swivel the view around, you can see the sleek Batwing waiting to be taken on a spin.

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The Batmobile is ready for action, surrounded by Wayne's tools.

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You can explore the side rooms, too. Wonder what's in this one?

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There's one of Batman's former Robins with Joker writing all over it.

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'The main concept for the cave is that everything is suspended,' Tatopoulos explained. 'It's all hanging, like a bat -- there is nothing with structural support from underneath.'

All of his weapons are artfully displayed on the side walls.

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There are a lot of defensive weapons and you can notice a few grapple guns on the far wall.

Back by the Batmobile, there is a second set of stairs leading up to a different floor.

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A technologically advanced lab sits up here.

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Hello, bat-armour! This is part of Batman's Mech suit which he uses to square off against the Man of Steel.

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You can get a close look at Wayne's computer station, complete with six monitors.

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Last but not least, a zoomed in shot of the Batmobile. This machine is a serious beast.

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You can check out some more close-up shots of the Batmobile, here.

Head to Google Maps and explore the the Batcave for yourself.

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Just follow this link, and use the arrows on the floor to move forward or backward throughout the house. Unfortunately you won't get a peek at Batman's bedroom or kitchen, but the Batcave should satiate your curiosity.

'Batman v Superman' is in theatres Friday, March 25, 2016.

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