Google Maps is giving Canadians a chance to see even more of the Great White North's spectacular landmarks than they could before.
The search engine announced Tuesday that it is featuring virtual tours of over 50 new locations on its popular web mapping service, allowing users to see places such as Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick and Pacific Rim National Park in B.C. up close, in spectacular photos.
(Photo credit: Travelling-Crow)
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Pacific Rim National Park
(Photo credit: Boris Gjenero)
Users can access the new images by typing in a particular location and then clicking on the photo function that comes up beneath it.
Other highlights among the new additions include incredible snapshots of Ontario's Niagara Falls and Alberta's Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump.
(Photo credit: Matthew Kulcsar)
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump
But the new additions don't just include outdoor locations. You can also have an inside look at venues such as Massey Hall in Toronto and Ottawa's Canada Aviation and Space Museum.
Canada Aviation and Space Museum, Ottawa
The new photos come almost a year after Google Maps unveiled virtual tours of 86 parks across Canada.
Cape Breton Highlands, N.S.
(Photo credit: Howie Hennigar)
With views like this, who needs an airplane?
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