Virtual Earth updated images, including Hispanic countries

Updating high resolution images to Virtual Earth from this month of July is pretty good, since long we didn’t see an update with these massive quantities including Spanish speaking countries. It seems that their offensive to find data has worked but most are taken with the UltraCam, which is owned by Microsoft.

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Let’s see some of our environment that has been updated:


Obvious, it is on the business in line

  • Albacete, Alcoi, Algeciras, Bilbao, Benidorm, Alicante, Badajoz, Aviles, Avila, Caceres, Burgos, Aranjuez, Ciudad Real, Almeria, Zamora, Collado Villalba, Castellon de la Plana, Cuenca, Cartagena, Donostia San Sebastián, Valladolid, Elda, El Escorial, El Ejido, Estepona, Torrevieja, Torrelavega, Fuengirola, Gandia, Gijon, Setubal, Girona, Granollers, Granada, Guadalajara, Guimaraes, Segovia, Santander, Salamanca, Palencia, Motril, Molina de Segura, Huelva, Jaen, Jerez, Mataro, Leira, Leon, Linares, Lleida, Lorca, Ferrol, Cadiz, Arona (Canarias), Arrecife (Canarias)
  • Apart from other cities in Bird Eye as Palma, Malaga, Aranjuez, east of Vittoria, Costa Del Sol, El Escorial, Soria, Guipuzcoa, Teruel, Subbetic Mountains Natural Park, Huesca
Central America

Strange choice … and México?

  • Guatemala City, Guatemala
  • Tegucigalpa, Honduras
South America

…no tickles…

  • Recife, Brazil
  • Porto Alegre, Brazil
  • Aveiro, Braga, Coimbra, Almada, Faro
Other countries Australia (across the country!!!), United States, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland
Other places (Satellite Image) Lithuania, Albania, Morocco, Slovenia, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Russia, Montenegro, Nigeria, Iran, Cyprus, Greece, Luxembourg, Northern Ireland, Hawaii

If this continues, is likely to achieve popularity among our countries that are still worshiping Google Earth although it must think about working a desktop tool that is one reason why GE is still in command.

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