The tech company revealed new imagery of the 9/11 Memorial, Central Park, and the areas damaged by Hurricane Sandy.

Google decided to let out-of-town visitors experience three of New York's historic sites: The 9/11 Memorial, Central Park, and neighborhoods devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Each location required a unique approach. For areas ravaged by Hurricane Sandy, Google partnered with Historypin on the community photo and video album, “Hurricane Sandy: Record, Remember, Rebuild”. Scrolling through the album, users are able to discover and contribute old and new images of the places that mean the most to them.

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