Wednesday, February 8, 2012

[G] New 45° imagery available for 24 cities

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Google Lat Long: New 45° imagery available for 24 cities

Our February update of 45° aerials contains imagery of 15 U.S. and 7 international locations in Google Maps.

Heidelberg is a university town in southwestern Germany, located at the Neckar river. A former residence of the Electoral Palatinate, Heidelberg is popular among travellers for its historic city center and castle ruins of red sandstone in a mix of architectural styles. Having been around for more than 600 years, the University of Heidelberg is one of Europe’s oldest institutions of higher education.

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San Sebastián (Donostia in Basque) is a Spanish town located on the northern Iberian Peninsula along a bay that’s shaped like a seashell. The San Sebastián International Film Festival has given the town international renown.

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Carmel-by-the-Sea, situated along Highway 1 in California’s Monterey County, is famous for the Spanish Mission founded there in 1770. Its mild climate and the variety of nature and wildlife that can be experienced on the famous 17-Mile Drive around Monterey Peninsula make it popular among artists and tourists alike.

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Located along the estuaries of the RÍo de la Plata, Buenos Aires is the largest city in Argentina and the second largest metropolitan area in all of South America. Founded in 1536, the city is recognized for its eclectic Italian and Spanish-influenced architecture and rich cultural life.

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Have fun exploring the new sites!

Here is a list of updated cities:

Charleston-Folly Beach, SC; Lee’s Summit, KS; Lexington, SC; Magna (Salt Lake City), UT; North Charleston, SC; Pine Island Center, FL; Plymouth, MN; Salinas CA; Santa Rosa, CA; Shawnee, KS; South Hill, WA; Spanish Springs, NV; Killeen, TX; Decatur, AL

Torrelavega, Spain; Pamplona, Spain; San Sebastian, Spain; Bailen, Spain; Rolle, Switzerland; Ponferrada, Spain; Wachtberg, Germany; Weinheim, Germany

South America:
Buenos Aires, Argentina

Posted by Bernd Steinert, Geo Data Specialist

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