You can now explore Street View imagery on all seven continents, with the addition today of Brazil, Ireland and Antarctica, Googe said today.
Google introduced Street View back in May 2007, enabling people to explore street-level imagery in five U.S. cities. Since then, the company has expanded its 360-degree panoramic views to many more places, allowing users to check out a restaurant before dining there, to explore a neighborhood before moving there and to find landmarks along the route of your driving directions.
Street View is often considered to be the last zoom layer on the map, and a way to show users what a place looks like as if they were there in person.
To see more highlights from Street View around the world, visit the Street View gallery