Google Maps: Street view is now finally offering a look at one of the most famous places on earth
Google Maps provides a fascinating window in the world, including obscure locations many don’t normally get to see.
And now one place usually only visible to those who pay to enter can be viewed for free on street view.
All eleven Disney parks have finally been captured by Google and added on to the street view function.
Previously, only Disneyland Paris was on the site, but its sister parks have been added.
This includes classic spots such as Disneyland as well as more modern locations, like Pandora – The World of Avatar.
Google Maps street view now showing Disneyland theme parks worldwide
Sharing the news of the latest addition, Google write on their blog: “We’re all about new fantastic points of view.
“Today Street View is going the distance, from California to Florida, to make Disney part of your world.
“Be our guest at 11 Disney Parks, and with Street View, anything your heart desires will come to you—castles, rides, attractions to infinity and beyond.”
So which Disney parks are available? The Magic Kingdom, Pandora – The World of Avatar, Animal Kingdom, Epcot, Disney Springs and Disney California Adventure Park are on the site.
Disneyland, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Typhoon Lagoon Adventure Park, Disney’s Blizzard Beach Water Park, and ESPN Wide World of Sports have also been added.
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As well as windows into worlds not normally seen, Google Maps is also used to solve mysteries that have baffled people for years.
Google users have taken to the internet to explore areas of the globe that would otherwise be unreachable.
One weird yet wonderful natural phenomenon has sparked recent interest and is available for viewers to virtually explore.
Located in Death Valley, a desert in Eastern California, this mysterious situation baffled scientists for years.
In the middle of the Racetrack Playa in the hot and dry desert, large boulders can be spotted in the middle of a wide open plane referred to as “the sailing stones of Death Valley.”
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However, these rocks have a strange story. The massive boulders appear to have been moved and scrapped by a heavy force, almost as if something or someone has slid them across the floor.
Over the years visitors and spectators have been blaming the surprising site on everything from magnetic fields to extraterrestrial movement.
According to Slate.com some of the stone trails measure 250 meters long and these rocks aren’t light either with some of the stones weighing 318 kilos.
Death Valley is one of the hottest and driest places in the world and has been at the forefront of scientific interest for many years.
Whilst studying the spooky sliding rocks, research by scientists was drawing at blanks as wind theory and other natural factors lacked scientific evidence.