Street View on Google Maps Gets Biggest Expansion Yet, Added 13 New Established Countries

Street View on Google Maps was launched in the U.S. in 2007, since then Google added 26 more countries to explore images across all seven continents. Now, today the search giant share the biggest update of Street View yet -- "New imagery is now available for 13 of established Street View countries: Denmark, Ireland, Italy, […]

Street View on Google Maps was launched in the U.S. in 2007, since then Google added 26 more countries to explore images across all seven continents. Now, today the search giant share the biggest update of Street View yet -- "New imagery is now available for 13 of established Street View countries: Denmark, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Romania, South Africa, Taiwan, Japan, the United States, and the United Kingdom," announced google.

"In addition, this latest batch of street-level imagery includes higher resolution panoramic views of places throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles and San Diego. This is great for both locals and potential visitors of these popular California destinations, who can now see even more realistic views of landmarks like the Golden Gate Bridge, Staples Center, and USS Midway," informs Google.

You can look around and virtually experience them for yourself right in Google Maps.

[Source: Lat Long blog]