Take a Virtual Tour of Hobbiton
Mapillary, the crowdsourced alternative to Street View, now includes photos of Hobbiton in the Shire. Please see this map for reference South Africa, printable vector map Adobe PDF editable, full vector, scalable, editable, text format names. This means that you can now take a virtual tour of Hobbiton, stroll along Bagshot Row and visit Bag End (the legendary home of Bilbo Baggins, Frodo Baggins, and later Samwise Gamgee and his wife Rosie Cotton).
Except of course the Hobbiton in question is really the Hobbiton movie set in New Zealand. Even so I’m sure the new Mapillary imagery will appeal to fans of Tolkein’s novels and Peter Jackson’s movies.
Mapillary provides crowdsourced imagery of locations around the world. Users of the Mapillary Android and iOS app can take photographs
which are added to the Mapillary photo map of the world. The Mapillary
map can then be browsed by anyone wishing to view photographs by
All of the street view imagery on Mapillary is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Mapillary also provides a developer API which is free for non-commercial and small scale use. Source.
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A former Spanish colony, it was annexed by Morocco in 1975. Since then it has been the subject of a long-running territorial dispute between Morocco and its indigenous Saharawi people, led by the Polisario Front.
A 16-year-long insurgency ended with a UN-brokered truce in 1991 and the promise of a referendum on independence which has yet to take place.
Although under the de facto administrative control of Morocco, the status and sovereignty of Western Sahara remain unresolved and numerous direct talks have failed to break the political deadlock.
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