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The GEB informs us Google updated several cities with 3D “photorealistic” textured buildings.
From the entry: “I’ve discovered the following new cities have the new 3D buildings: Chicago, Nashville, Philadelphia, San Diego, St. Petersburg, Jacksonville, and Miami Beach (the last three all in Florida). Other cities already known to have the new buildings: US: San Francisco, Baltimore, Raleigh, Atlanta, Charlotte, Boston, Orlando, Austin, Oakland, Dallas, Tampa, Memphis, and Phoenix. Also, Zurich, Munich and Hamburg in Europe; and Tokyo in Japan has a smattering of 3D textured buildings. And, don’t forget Disney World in 3D.“