Iraq: A local service called iErbil offers street view for some streets of Arbil.
Kazakhstan: Russian company Yandex, offers street view for Astana and Almaty.
South Korea: Daum provides street view coverage for large parts of the country including both urban and rural areas. Also Naver Maps offers street view and plane view for large parts of the country.
Thailand: MapJack provides street views of the south of the country.
Latvia: Latvian website 1188.lv offers street view for Riga.
Norway: CycloMedia Technology BV offers actual street views of Oslo, Bergen and Trondheim on pixel level with 10 cm accuracy. Norwegian web page finn.no launched their own Street View service. There are 12 cities and towns available so far. The quality of the imagery seems better than the service offered by Google, and the images are more recently taken. Nokia Maps offers street views of Oslo.
Poland: CycloMedia Technology BV offers actual street views of Warsaw on pixel level with 10 cm accuracy. Polish website Zumi.pl offers street view for different cities in the country.
Romania: Romanian company NORC is taking pictures of the Romania and other countries in Eastern and Central Europe. NORC has 360 degree pictures for the biggest Romanian cities, for the Danube Delta (using a boat for capturing photos), for some cities in Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Russia and in Austria (Vienna).
Russia: The first 360 degree panoramas project was started by real estate website gdeetotdom.ru on March 17, 2008. Currently, it has street view panoramas for 62 cities in Russia. Russia's largest search engine Yandex launched street view on September 9, 2009. Street Panoramas at Yandex work for Moscow, and more than 150 other cities in Russia. Yandex has also the street view of the entire motorway Moscow-Saint Petersburg. Also Yandex offers balloon view for Saint Petersburg. Regional portals for ru09.ru have street views for Tomsk,Novosibirsk and Sochi. There are also local websites that offer street view: cityscanner.ru in Yekaterinburg and properm.ru in Perm. In 2011 cityscanner.ru launched a website sah.cityscanner.ru for Sakhalin Oblast with street view panoramas for Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Kholmsk, Korsakov and Aniva.
Spain: Nokia Maps offers street views of Barcelona.
Sweden: There are various Swedish street view analogues; the two most popular ones are Gatubild ("Street picture") at Hitta.se with 29 cities, which launched in December 2008, and Gatuvy ("Street view") at Eniro with eight cities and three winter resorts, which launched in December 2009. CycloMedia Technology BV offers actual street views of the largest cities in Sweden e.g. Göteborg, Stockholm, and Malmö on pixel level with 10 cm accuracy. Nokia Maps offers street views of Stockholm.
Argentina: Two Argentine analogues also exist, one is called Mapplo, which is claimed to be the first street view in Latin America. Fotocalle, another Argentine project, is claimed to be the first street view service in the world to provide HD pictures.
Chile: Chilean company Publiguías released a service similar to Google's Street View in December 2010 called "Street Diving". It currently offers views of Providencia and Santiagocommunes, with plans to expand it to other communes in the future.XYGO launched a street view service in April 2011 marginally covering seven cities. It now covers over 50 cities and claims to have coverage for 240 communes of Chile, which they will be releasing periodically.
Colombia: Colombian site Topmedellin.com offers street view for some streets in Medellin and Cartagena.