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From The George to St Audoen’s – places you didn’t know you could explore inside with Google Street View

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Street View isn’t just for streets anymore. It’s for gyms, bakeries, shops, bars, nightclubs and churches.

Google has opened the doors on Street View, and now anyone (nearly) can add their own interactive panoramas to Google Maps.  The company has created two systems to allow you to create your own panoramas;

Photo Sphere, an app that ships with the latest Android devices, which lets you make your own Street View-like panoramas, and,

The “Google Business Photos” program, which lets businesses follow Google’s example and create Street Views for their establishments.

So now that any company, with the right photographer, can create a Street View of their office, where are the best examples?

To take a look at these we’ve collected some of the most interesting examples of internal Street Views from around Dublin City.

The George

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Dandelion

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Dirty Fabulous

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The Market Bar

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Bridge Bar & Bistro

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Wagamama’s

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FLYEfit Gym

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Conn’s Cameras

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Snap Printing

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Grafton Barber’s

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Connolly Station

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Ann’s Bakery

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St Audoen’s Catholic Church

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Piers Dillon Scott
Piers Dillon-Scott is co-editor of The Sociable and writes about stuff he finds. He likes technology, media, and using the Oxford comma (because it just makes sense).