When Google Earth 6 was released, it brought us a bunch of cool features. One of those great new features was the addition of 3D trees in a handful of cities. It’s taken a few months, but Google has finally started adding more trees to the globe, starting with London!
In preparation for the royal wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton in April, Google has added a lot of 3D buildings and 3D trees throughout London, including along the entire royal procession route.
Here’s a video that shows how great the procession route looks with all of the new 3D items in there:
If you want to see if for yourself, you can use this KML file to fly directly to London. Be sure to enable all of the 3D items in the “3D Buildings” layer in Google Earth.
(via Google Lat Long Blog)