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Google Street View lets us play around on Europe's highest peak like champions.
First launched in the U.S. back in 2007, Google Street View is now providing 360-degree panoramas on every continent.
Viewers can see panoramic images of Samburu park and encounter any of the 900 elephants roaming the African reserve.
An online map explores the streets of Japan's port city Onomichi from the purr-spective of a four-pawed visitor.
Project Sunroof uses the same high-resolution aerial imagery used by Google Earth to determine the amount of sun and shade that hits your house.
Vanishing traces of Mongolia’s traditional nomadic culture are going online.
Google maps now has a street view from the mythical monster's perspective.
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