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Google Maps London In 3D

Google Maps London In 3D
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Google Maps has launched 3D mapping of London today, ensuring that even less work will get done on one of the hottest days of the year.

Using 45-degree aerial imagery, the company has mapped the capital — allowing users to zoom in on Google Maps or Google Earth to show landmarks and buildings in 3D. You can then pan, zoom, tilt and rotate to have a good look around.

We found the edge of the 3D section which you can see in one of the Battersea pictures.

Last Updated 16 July 2015

BethPH

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Chris Neale

Hasn't Bing Maps had this facility for ages???

Over a fair bit of the country as well.

Frogmella

How do you get it to work?

Neil Evans

I've yet to see a way of accessing this?