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The Street View Teleportation Device
The first time I saw Teleporter my heart sank a little and I couldn’t help wondering why anybody would bother creating yet another random Street View browser. This one can also be found at Europe full Detailed PDF Map , printable vector map Adobe PDF editable, scalable, text format names. Random Street View explorers already have an extensive choice of random street generators, including MapCrunch, Robot Fl?neur, The Secret Door, Globe Genie and Random Street View.
However, after clicking on the big ‘T’ teleport button, I quickly became impressed with Teleporter’s ability to find beautiful Street Views around the world. I soon began to suspect that Teleporter must have a big database of impressive Street Views and was randomly displaying Street Views from this list.
I imagine that Teleporter is so successful at discovering attractive Street Views because much of the world is actually very beautiful. Despite mankind’s attempts to find paradise and put up a parking lot, when you choose a random location on the Earth the chances are that you will pick a spot outside of major urban conurbations. The result of this is that gGrid has the uncanny knack of finding some truly beautiful Street View images from Google’s extensive coverage around the world. Source.
Slovenia is a small country in Central Europe, but contains within its borders Alpine mountains, thick forests, historic cities and a short Adriatic coastline.
Slovenia was the first former Yugoslav republic to join the European Union, in May 2004 – shortly after joining Nato.
Unlike Croatia or Bosnia-Herzegovina, Slovenia’s independence from Yugoslavia was almost bloodless. The country also found the transition from a state economy to the free market easier than most.
Long regarded as one of the best-performing new EU members, Slovenia was dragged into a deep recession by the European financial crisis in 2012.
Slovenia’s relations with Croatia have been strained on account of a rumbling dispute over sea and land borders dating back to the break-up of Yugoslavia.