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Earth View: from Jujuy to Santa Cruz, this is what Argentina looks like from Google's impressive satellite images

Earth View: from Jujuy to Santa Cruz, what Argentina looks like from Google's impressive satellite images – LA NACION

    

        

    

    
    

 
    
    

    

    
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A view of the Villarino party, in the south of the province of Buenos Aires

Earth View of
        
Google
        
 it's a collection
        
on-line
        
 of thousands of photographs areas of landscapes of the Earth that become surreal portraits that seem to be part of another planet. Many of these images are used by Google to illustrate the backgrounds and screensavers of Android, Chromecast and Google Home devices.

This selection of Google is made up of more than 2,500 aerial portraits of landscapes from around the world, optimized for high resolution 4K screens. There are some amazing images of Argentina, such as the department of Humahuaca in Jujuy, the San Fernando Islands of the province of Buenos Aires or the department of Corpen Aike in Santa Cruz, among many other locations.

The Earth View catalog can be explored from the site
earthview.withgoogle.com/map depending on the location and color of the portrait.

Some satellite views of Argentina on Google Earth View

Rio Chico, Santa Cruz


Rio Chico, Santa Cruz

Rio Chico, Santa Cruz

San Fernando Islands, Buenos Aires


San Fernando Islands, Buenos Aires

San Fernando Islands, Buenos Aires

Pueln, La Pampa


Puelén Party, La Pampa

Pueln Party, La Pampa

Corpen Aike, Santa Cruz


Corpen Aike, Santa Cruz

Corpen Aike, Santa Cruz

Humahuaca, Jujuy


Humahuaca, Jujuy

Humahuaca, Jujuy

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