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Google's Street View Camera car (Opel Astra) in Geneva, Switzerland, in March 2009.

Google Street View in Europe

In Europe, Google Street View began on 2 July 2008 with the route of Tour de France being covered in parts of France and Italy.

In Europe, Google Street View began on 2 July 2008 with the route of Tour de France being covered in parts of France and Italy.

Google's Street View Camera car (Opel Astra) in Geneva, Switzerland, in March 2009.
Google Street View camera spotted in Thorpe (near Dovedale) Peak District.
Google Street View car Opel Astra Thurles, County Tipperary, Ireland
Google Maps Camera Car on a narrow road in the wine region of Langhe, Italy

See Google Street View in Asia.

Sam Tai Tsz Temple and Pak Tai Temple complex.

Sam Tai Tsz Temple and Pak Tai Temple

Complex of two temples in Nos.196 and 198, Yu Chau Street, Sham Shui Po, New Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Complex of two temples in Nos.196 and 198, Yu Chau Street, Sham Shui Po, New Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Sam Tai Tsz Temple and Pak Tai Temple complex.
Sam Tai Tsz Temple.
Entrance of Pak Tai Temple.

The interior of the complex can be explored with Google Street View.

Courtyard of Che Kung Temple in Tai Wai.

Che Kung Miu

General during the Southern Song dynasty in imperial China.

General during the Southern Song dynasty in imperial China.

Courtyard of Che Kung Temple in Tai Wai.
Statue of Che Kung in the main hall of Che Kung Miu in Tai Wai.
The original Che Kung Miu in Tai Wai, located behind the main hall of the complex.
Che Kung Miu in Ho Chung.
Che Kung Miu in Ho Chung.
I Shing Temple in Wang Chau.
Statue of Che Kung in Che Kung Temple, Tai Wai, Sha Tin District.
Drum of Heaven
Wheeling the Golden Pinwheel
Pinwheels

Since 2013, the courtyard of the temple can be visited with Google Street View.

A view of the sea from the Israeli shore

Dead Sea

Salt lake bordered by Jordan to the east and Israel and the West Bank to the west.

Salt lake bordered by Jordan to the east and Israel and the West Bank to the west.

A view of the sea from the Israeli shore
Satellite photograph showing the location of the Dead Sea east of the Mediterranean Sea
The Jordanian shore of the Dead Sea, showing salt deposits left behind by falling water levels.
Halite deposits (and teepee structure) along the western Dead Sea coast
Pebbles cemented with halite on the western shore of the Dead Sea near Ein Gedi
Beach pebbles made of halite; western coast
Dead Sea in the morning, seen from Masada
Mount Sodom, Israel, showing the so-called "Lot's Wife" pillar (made of Halite (mineral) like the rest of the mountain)
A cargo boat on the Dead Sea as seen on the Madaba Map, from the 6th century AD
The southern basin of the Dead Sea as of 1817–18, with the Lisan Peninsula and its ford (now named Lynch Strait). North is to the right.
World's lowest (dry) point, Jordan, 1971
Ein Bokek, a resort on the Israeli shore
Kempinski Hotel, one of the many hotels on the Jordanian shore
The dwindling water level of the Dead Sea
Gully in unconsolidated Dead Sea sediments exposed by recession of water levels. It was excavated by floods from the Judean Mountains in less than a year.
Views in 1972, 1989, and 2011 compared
The planned Red Sea–Dead Sea Water Conveyance, whose first phase will begin construction in 2021, will work towards stabilizing the falling levels of the Dead Sea

On November 22, 2015, the Dead Sea panorama road was included along with 40 archaeological locations in Jordan, to become live on Google Street View.

Google Street View in Oceania

Available in most parts of Australia and New Zealand.

Available in most parts of Australia and New Zealand.

For other parts of Indonesia, see Google Street View in Asia.

Yuk Wong Kung Din

Yuk Wong Kung Din

The Yuk Wong Temple aka.

The Yuk Wong Temple aka.

Yuk Wong Kung Din
Yuk Wong Kung Din
Menshen

The interior of the temple can be explored with Google Street View.

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The current Google logo was launched on September 1, 2015.

Google Street View in Asia