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Google Earth selects its best images from space

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Google has put together a series of stunning birds-eye photos of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes.

The Earth View collection of abount 1,500 photos from the company’s satellites show man-made and natural points of interest around the world.

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Users can download the images as wallpapers and browsing from an extension available on the Chrome browser.

There is also the ability to have new image open every time you select a new tab or have it play a slideshow of the photos.

We’ve picked out some of the best to feature below:

Vicuna, Chile

Vicuna, Chile
The region in the central area of Chile, is dominated by mountains in its backdrop. Here, they’re seen from directly above. Photo: Google Earth

Kimbolton, Australia

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Photo: Google Earth

Lelystad, Netherlands

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Photo: Google Earth

Waddan, Libya

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Photo: Google Earth

 

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