Back in July, Stefan Geens of Ogle Earth had a chance to visit Kashgar, a city in west China. It’s a place he’s wanted to visit for a long time, but had to hurry to see it; the government is in the process of demolishing 85% of the old town!
He spent more than a week in the city, photographing and documenting everything he possibly could. The result is nothing short of amazing.
As you can likely guess, Stefan took all of that data (georeferenced photos, GPS tracks and a superimposed map) and created an impressive file for Google Earth.
You can download that KMZ file here, and I highly recommend you visit his blog to read the entire story.