Google Street View, a technology that enabled us to traverse places miles away while sitting in our homes, completed 15 years recently. Since 2007, it has captured over 220 billion images and more than 10 million miles across 100 countries and territories.
To celebrate this milestone, the company shared “three places the world’s been loving lately”. “With so many places and landmarks at your fingertips, three spots, in particular, piqued your interest over the past year,” Google wrote, in a blog.
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