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October 27, 2008

Street View for Spain

Spain is the fifth country from Google Street View's map. You can now view street-level images for the biggest 4 Spanish cities: Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Seville.

Unlike the previous launches, I was able to find low-quality photographs in less than two minutes, right next to the Royal Palace of Madrid.


Here's Street View's coverage map so far:


{ via Google Blogoscoped }

4 comments:

  1. Depends on what you consider low quality photographs. That part of the Calle Bailen is actually a tunnel (under a pedestrian zone next to the palace), so the photographs are pretty accurate actually.

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  2. Google Street View's map Whoops!

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