Thursday, June 01, 2006

New Google Maps mashups from 6 countries

Moscow, Russia Photo Map - Here is what might be the first known Russian Google Maps API implementation. It features several pins scattered across the city of Moscow with beautiful photos of various structural and historical locations. It also showcases the newly released street level data for this area of Russia. [via]

Exploring the Dutch coast - This Dutch website integrates Google Maps to point tourists to various beach spots along the coast. Each pin brings you to a separate page where local activities and events are outlined. [via]

Mapping Swiss road fatalities - Aggregated from local newspapers to a Wordpress blog this site in Switzerland visually maps victims of traffic accidents. It uses a geo-plugin to add coordinates to the posts and another plugin to show each post as a marker.

Video and Audio Guides in Italy - This site presents English language video and audio guides that are mapped by location. Files are taken from FreeAudioGuide.com.

Tanawing Pinoy maps the Philippines - Tanawing Pinoy brings you Filipino sites from Google Maps. In the absence of street and road mapping here, this blog helps you to identify what various locations are from satellite maps of the country. Elsewhere folks in the Philippines are eagerly awaiting high res satellite imagery for Manila.

India Malayalee Matrimony Mashup - Virender Ajmani has created a mashup for would-be Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalee, Oriya, Marwadi, Marathi, Parsi, Punjabi, Sindhi, Telugu, Tamil, Urdu brides and grooms from around the world.

Pakistan - Blog post describes Hi-Res images for Karachi and Islamabad
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