So, I guess in the case of the Google Street View car that was pulled over by the authorities in Japan, it is just part and parcel of the Internet search giant doing their bit so that your Street View options would not remain limited. After all, with Microsoft recently having announced that they have introduced an additional 270TB worth of high resolution imagery into their Bing Maps, it makes perfect sense that Google themselves have not been holding back at all, and this time around, there is another 1,001 new destinations added to the Street View option.
The new places that you can virtually explore would range from historical landmarks to sports stadiums across the world, all without having to leave the comfort of your home. These landmarks are basically scattered worldwide, including locations in the US, Canada, Asia, Latin America and Europe. In fact, you can even pay a visit to the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, which so happens to be the Seville Cathedral in Spain. Couple that with budget airlines that ply routes to various countries worldwide, you might want to base your upcoming holiday plans depending on what catches your interest on Street View.
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