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Introducing Hot Air Balloon View
It has been my practice to call Google Business Photos ‘indoor Street View’. Please see this map as a reference Kiev, Ukraine, printable vector street City Plan map, full editable, Adobe PDF. Google Business Photos never really seemed as accurate as ‘indoor Street View’ to me – but boy was I wrong.
I was wrong because Google Business Photos do not actually have to be taken indoors. In fact, as these Street View shots from the Turin Eye prove, they can actually be taken from 150 metres above the ground. Thanks to the owners of the Turin Eye you can now virtually ascend to the skies above Turin on Google Maps, walk around inside the hot air balloon and get a 360 degree panoramic aerial view of Turin.
Now that’s what I call a business photo!
Via: Google Street View World Source.
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Capital of Ukraine
Kiev is the capital city of Ukraine, bisected by the Dnieper River and known for its religious architecture, secular monuments and history museums. The 11th-century Kiev Pechersk Lavra is a monastery and pilgrimage site encompassing several gold-domed churches. It’s known for its catacombs lined with the burial chambers of Orthodox monks, and a collection of gold objects from ancient Scythian times.
Area: 839 km²
Population: 2.804 million
Ukraine gained independence after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 and has since veered between seeking closer integration with Western Europe and being drawn into the orbit of Russia, which sees its interests as threatened by a Western-leaning Ukraine.
Europe’s second largest country, Ukraine is a land of wide, fertile agricultural plains, with large pockets of heavy industry in the east.
While Ukraine and Russia share common historical origins, the west of the country has closer ties with its European neighbours, particularly Poland, and nationalist sentiment is strongest there.
A significant minority of the population uses Russian as its first language, particularly in the industrialised east. In Crimea, an autonomous republic on the Black Sea that was part of Russia until 1954, ethnic Russians make up about 60% of the population.
Russia once again seized and annexed Crimea in March 2014, amid the chaos following the fall of President Viktor Yanukovych, plunging European into its worst diplomatic crisis since the Cold War.