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Take a tour of 100 000 more locations worldwide with Google Earth

Google just made touring the world from the comfort of your phone and computer even easier. As if it wasn't enough that you could spot some turtles under the sea in Australia or casually wander over to the Arctic Circle in Street View, you can also now take virtual tours of even more places in Google Earth.
Take a tour of 100 000 more locations worldwide with Google EarthIts latest update to contributed over 100 000 new tours of popular international destinations to the program's tour guide feature, as well as some 3D flyover and user-generated snapshots.

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