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Google continues to expand the range of its Street View project. Today, the company is launching imagery from the ancient rock-cut city of Petra, in Jordan (and one of the seven wonders of the world, depending on which list you’re looking at), as well as imagery from 30 other historical sites in the country.
This marks Google’s fifth Street View project in the Arab world. Previous projects in the region include imagery from the Pyramids of Giza, the Liwa Desert, and the Burj Khalifa.
Google says it worked closely with Queen Rania of Jordan on this project. Among other things, she also narrated the promotional video for this launch.