Google’s Street View Reaches Brazil, Mexico

Google has expanded its Street View areas further. Now it has traveled to Brazil and Mexico.

The Web giant announced today that the Street View service of its Google Maps now shows streets of Brazil as well as Mexico. In Brazil the coverage of Street View includes colonial cities such as Fortaleza, coastal landmarks like that of Salvador, Natal and Recife, and architecturally compelling cities like Brasilia.

Google added further that it has add thirty archaeological sites of Mexico such as the pyramids of Teotihuacan and 1100-year-old Kukulkan’s Temple.

Over last several months Google has been expanding its imagery service under Street View and lets user virtually drive down cities and streets.

In May this year the Street View expanded supporting 132 world-famous sites.

Google announced in June of taking its Street View offline with help from backpack rig.

(Visited 61 times, 1 visits today)

Speak Your Mind