My dad sent me this link which is similar to Google Earth but it’s much easier to use and faster. All you do is type in ANY ADDRESS – ALL OVER THE WORLD and see this unbelievable technology. Enter old addresses of places you used to live at and see what they look like now or use it to see if the beach house you are about to rent for the summer to learn if it really is on the beach. Check out


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2 Comments On "Website of the Week:"
  1. Anonymous|

    This site is worthless – I tried 4 places including my current address – “no picture available” Trash !

  2. David Howe|

    I think it is fantastic. So far all the addresses all over Australia have come up. Either aerial photos and/or photos from the front of the address. You can then move along the street into the next street and just keep on going. Obviously more isolated regional areas or rural blocks are only aerial views. i have great delight in calling up my old school mates and tell them, for instance, to fix their front fence etc, We had a visiting Russian who we got to type in his addess in Moscow. He was stunned when the photos of his apartment came up. We were interested to see that his area was the same as most suburbs in Australian cities.

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