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About Street View

Google Street View is a technology featured in Google Maps and Google Earth that provides panoramic views from positions along many streets in the world. It was launched on May 25, 2007, in several cities in the United States, and has since expanded to include cities and rural areas worldwide. (Wikipedia)

Street View photographs the world
Street View is available in over 39 countries and about 3,000 cities.
On June 6, 2012, Google announced that it has captured 20 petabytes of data for Street View, comprising photos taken along 5 million miles of roads.
You find on Wikipedia a list of countries, which are available on Street View.
And here is a map of Google shows availability: Behind the Scenes - Street View

The Street View image above illustrates the kinds of unusual locations in which the drivers can find themselves. These drivers see elephants during their ride through the national park "Chobe Flood Plains" in Botswana.

Google film advertising Street View
Launch video of Street View
May 29, 2007: Street View is a new feature of Google Maps that allows you to quickly and easily view and navigate high-resolution, 360 degree street level images of various cities around the world

Introducing the Street View Trike
Oct, 2009: The Street View trike lets us take pictures of places that are not accessible by car.

Introducing the Street View snowmobile
Feb 8, 2010: Street View is now on the ski slopes! You can now see the venues for the games and the world's first snowmobile Street View imagery on Google Maps.

Street View hops on the train to capture the Swiss Alps
Oct, 2011: In cooperation with Rhaetian Railway, our Street View team has collected images from one of the world's most scenic railway routes: the Albula-Bernina line in Switzerland.

Tour the Amazon with Street View
Mar 21, 2012: Google Maps with Street View now allows you to visit parts of the Amazon Basin including the Rio Negro tributary and the surrounding communities.

Explore Kennedy Space Center with Street View
Aug, 2012: Google Maps in collaboration with NASA is enabling people around the world to take a trip to the doorway to outer space.