Google Street View reaches the top of the world!
You might have used it to check out a cafe in a neighbouring town, or the location for an AirBnB when going on holidays. Now, you can have 360 degree views of what many couch surfers would consider the far flung destination of Greenland.
In a project that has been in the making for some time, Google has sent its tracker up to Greenland to get images of glaciers, viking ruins, and key buildings in the capital both north, south, east and west!
‘Like the norseman of old, you can embark on a journey through Greenland, the world’s largest island, with Street View in Google Maps,’ said Alex Starns, Steet View technical program manager.
It’s the 66th country to be added to Google’s Street View mapping service. Below you can see the places already mapped.