Destruction near Japan's coast

Explore tsunami-affected Japan with Google Street View

The Street View team announced in July of this year plans to digitally archive the areas most affected by the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on March 11th. Today, they've published over 44,000 kilometres of 360-degree panoramic imagery, available to explore in Google Street View or through a specially dedicated website known as "Building the Memory".
High Line Park, New York City

Take a digital walk in the park with Google Street View

The Street View team over at Google have been busy over the past year recording imagery in hundreds of parks across 22 countries. Now, starting today, armchair explorers can tour some of the world's "most beautiful and unique parks" using Google's dedicated Maps gallery.
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