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City Map: Points of Interest

Page history last edited by Philip 13 years, 2 months ago

Click on the blue markers to learn about points of interest in the city. Clicking on the "Sat" button will show you a color satellite image.

 

If you've installed the Google Earth application, you can download the Google Earth file for the City Map, which will let you see the points of interest we've marked (along with many others) from within Google Earth.

 

Have some places to point out? Just head to this map at Google Maps to add them! Here's how:

 

Once you've followed the link, if you're not logged-in to Google, you'll have to click on "Save to My Maps" at the upper-left-hand corner of the map, and sign in (or get yourself a free account if you don't have one). Once you're logged-in, click the "Edit" button on the left-hand side of the window. At the upper-left of the map you'll see a row of icons, including the blue flashbulb-like one used to represent points of interest. Click on it, move the mouse to where the spot you want to mark, and click again to drop the icon on that spot. Then enter a name and description for the place you've marked.

 

If you've been using the regular map, click on the "Satellite" button at the upper-right of the map to double-check your work against the satellite image. Thanks!

 

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