Google Street View goes to the Mount Etna

Google Street View collects everything. Recently it has covered the earthquakes in Japan, and Loch Ness, the Greenland landscapes and the Amazon rain forest.

Today, Street View has added another sculpted area to the landscapes it displays: one of the most active volcanoes in the world, the Italian Etna volcano.Etna Street View

So today, those who are looking for the volcano on Google Maps or Google Earth will now be able to see Crater Silvestri located at 2.000 meters above sea level, in 360 degrees.

While the famous Street View cars of Google have become an intimate show on the streets and avenues of the world, the Trekker on the back of the company's employee is ubiquitous in some of the strangest and most beautiful places.Mount Etna

Apple is today in the early stages of setting up its own road view, with its cars starting to circulate in several cities around the world.

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But the company has yet a long way to go to catch up.

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