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Windows Live Maps/Virtual Earth New Imagery April 2007

The Windows Live Maps Team have recently announced new and improved aerial /Birds Eye imagery footage in many areas around the globe as well as seven new and updated 3D cities.

Here is a list of the cities with new or enhanced coverage.

Italy – Aerial and Birds eye coverage was already very good here. 73 new cities now have 15cm resolution aerial coverage

US Aerial – States of Indiana and Hawaii, Malibu, Joiliet, Miramar, San Francisco, Aurora, La Jolla, Naperville, Niagara Falls, Beaverton, La Mesa, Brooklyn, Portland, Indianapolis, Newark, Roseville, Columbus, Dallas Ft. Worth, Imperial, Juneau, Fairbanks

US Birds Eye Counties – Cleveland County OK, Chittenden County VT, Canadian County OK, Bernalillo County NM, Oklahoma County OK, Suffolk County NY, Chesapeake County VA, Franklin County NY, Wood County OH, Riverside County CA, Minneapolis Metro MN, Yates County NY, Douglas County CO,
Hamilton County IN

France Aerial – Bordeaux, Montpellier, Toulouse, Cannes, Nice, Monte Carlo

Canada Aerial – Toronto, Quebec City

Mexico Aerial – Puerto Vallarta

With the seven new and updated 3D cities being: Calgary, Redmond, Buffalo, Beaverton, Portland, Swindon and Brighton.

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