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Google rolls out 3D maps in Rome, Las Vegas, and other cities across the US and Europe

Last week Google rolled out indoor maps for a number of airports and retailers in Version 6.0 of Google Maps on Android, and now they have just added 3D maps for a bunch more cities in the desktop version of the app. Adding to the 3D map experience already available in select cities throughout the US, Japan, and Europe, Google announced on their Lat Long Blog today that a few more notable cities have been added including Rome, Seville, and Las Vegas.

This brings up the total number of cities with 3D maps to 18 with Foster City, Honolulu, Las Vegas, Norfolk, Palo Alto, Portland, Redwood City, Riverside, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, Santa Cruz, and Sunnyvale in the US, and Rome, IT, Rotterdam, NL; Seville, ES; Stuttgart, DE, and Amsterdam, NL in Europe.

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