Google Overlays Historical Data Onto Modern-Day Maps

Google Overlays Historical Data Onto Modern-Day Maps
technology

Google Maps Gallery is a new way for companies and organizations to share and publish their own cartography.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 5 march 2014

Google has just launched the Google Maps Gallery, which aims to make all sorts of valuable mapping data available and accessible to the public.

The new platform is an expansion of the Google Maps Engine program launched last year that allowed organizations and businesses to share their maps online. Google Maps Gallery is a new and interactive way for companies and organizations to share and publish their mapping information.

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