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Google Maps adds Street View support for Guam

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 by Jason Salas

Guam - Google Maps added its much-overdue street view imagery for many of the island's roadways. You can now not only send friends topographical and satellite maps of the island, you can get view first-person pictures throughout the island, making for the ultimate virtual tour.

Special photo sets include high-res collections of the island's various parks and tourist spots, hotels, and beaches. There are also several well-known restaurants, malls and hotels that you can tour - inside of the buildings.

Just load Google Maps in your browser or app on your mobile device, and drag the Pegman icon onto a blue street along the island, indicating the presence of Street View imagery.

It's insanely addictive to use, even if you've lived here all your life and know the places like the back of your hand.
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