The first game of the 2014
soccer football World Cup in Brazil is scheduled to kick off a week from now and — in what’s slowly becoming a tradition around major sports events — Google today released Street View imagery of all 12 World Cup stadiums.
In addition to the stadiums themselves, Google also took its cameras to the areas around the venues, as well as numerous other sites in the country. These include the likes of the Iguaçu National Park and St. Michael of the Missions.
Google says that with this update, Street View in Brazil now also features images from “hundreds of interesting sites across Brazil.” In addition, the team today released new imagery from other South and Central American countries, including Peru, Chile, Colombia and Mexico.
Google, of course, is continuously adding new imagery to Street View and over the years, it’s launched images of numerous stadiums, too.
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