Google Street View in South America

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Google' Street View Camera Car in Villa-Lobos Park in São Paulo on January 7, 2010.

In South America, Google Street View is available in parts of Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Chile and Argentina. It has also been planned for parts of Ecuador and Bolivia. This article concerns all of South America, For Central America and the Caribbean, see Google Street View in North America.

Background[edit]

Brazil[edit]

In September 2010, the first cities from Brazil were added.[1] The service started with 51 cities, most from São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte and greater metropolitan areas. Historic cities such as Ouro Preto, Diamantina and Tiradentes were also included. Google is expecting to cover 90% of Brazilian streets in two years.[2]

Google is also working on "Street View" for Brazil's rainforests. Pedal-powered trikes are being used to film the forests, and boats with 3-D cameras are being used to navigate the Amazon River.[3]

In the initial release of Brazil's Street View, two dead bodies were found in the images. These were later removed.[4]

Filming of Street View in Brazil began in April 2009.

Chile[edit]

Google Street View at ALMA.[5]

Filming of Street View in Chile began in January 2012. On September 25, 2012, parts of Chile were added including Santiago, Valparaíso, Viña del Mar and Concepción.[6] Many more cities and roads were released during 2013. In march 2015 the country counts with mostly full coverage.

Colombia[edit]

On September 3, 2013, parts of Colombia were added. Some cities like Bogotá, Barranquilla, Montería, Cúcuta, Ibagué, Barrancabermeja, Caucasia, Valledupar, Yopal, Aguachica, Soledad, Villavicencio, Manizales, Zipaquirá, Floridablanca, Carmen de Bolívar, Fundación, Cartagena, Bucaramanga, Santa Marta, Santa Rosa de Cabal and more.[7]

Ecuador[edit]

Some coverage became available on the Galapagos Islands on September 12, 2013, mostly from a boat. As for the mainland, capturing of the images started on September 23, 2014, and imagery will become available in the following months.[8]

Peru[edit]

On August 14, 2013, Google Street View became available for six cities: Lima, Arequipa, Trujillo, Chiclayo, Iquitos[9] and Piura. Later 2013 some long road stretches became available. The highest road in the world which is shown in Street View, is located at 11°35′53″S 76°11′32″W / 11.598095°S 76.192288°W / -11.598095; -76.192288 on 4,818 metres (15,807 ft) altitude.

Argentina[edit]

On September 25, 2013, Google announced the arrival of service to Argentina. On October 2 took place the official presentation of the Trikes in Congressional Plaza, Buenos Aires, the service was expected to be available by the end of the year in Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires Province, Cordoba, Rosario, Santa Fe, Entre Ríos, Mendoza and La Plata. As of September 25, 2014, Argentina was added to Street View.

Bolivia[edit]

On November 28, 2014, Google started filming in Santa Cruz de la Sierra but street view will be also available in La Paz, Cochabamba, Sucre and El Alto. For security reasons, Google decided not reveal how many cars will take photos. Additionally, Bolivian media are not allowed to interview their drivers.[10] Images will be appear on street view some time in 2015.

Timeline of introductions[edit]

Date Major locations added
Thursday, September 30, 2010 Brazil São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Contagem, Betim, Sete Lagoas, Ouro Preto, Tiradentes, Diamantina, São João Del Rei, Congonhas, Campinas, Santos, Guarujá, Praia Grande, Cubatão, Mongaguá, Itanhaém, São Vicente, Diadema, Santo André, São Caetano do Sul, Mauá, Jandira, Osasco, Itapevi, Barueri, Carapicuíba, Taboão da Serra, São Bernardo do Campo, Guarulhos, Caieiras, Jundiaí, Várzea Paulista, Franco da Rocha, Francisco Morato, Caieiras, Ferraz de Vasconcelos, Itaquaquecetuba, Suzano, Mogi das Cruzes, Poá, Arujá, Embu, Cotia, Itapecerica da Serra, São Roque, Ibiúna, Rio Grande da Serra, and others in Brazil
Wednesday, September 28, 2011 Brazil Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Florianópolis, Pelotas, Paranaguá, Lages, Águas de Lindóia, Almirante Tamandaré, Americana, Amparo, Araçariguama, Araçoiaba da Serra, Araras, Araucária, Araxá, Atibaia, Barbacena, Bertioga, Biritiba Mirim, Boituva, Bom Jesus dos Perdões, Bragança Paulista, Cabreúva, Cachoeirinha, Campina Grande do Sul, Campo Largo, Campo Limpo Paulista, Canoas, Capivari, Caraguatatuba, Cascavel, Caxias do Sul, Cerquilho, Charqueada, Colombo, Cordeirópolis, Elias Fausto, Guararema, Holambra, Igaratá, Ilhabela, Indaiatuba, Ipeúna, Iracemápolis/SP, Itanhaém, Itapira, Itatiba, Itu, Itupeva, Jarinu, Jaraguá do Sul, Joinville, Laranjal Paulista, Limeira, Lindóia, Londrina, Mogi Guaçu, Mogi Mirim, Monte Mor, Montes Claros, Morungaba, Nazaré Paulista, Nova Odessa, Patos de Minas, Paulínia, Pedreira, Peruíbe, Piedade, Pindamonhangaba, Piracaia, Piracicaba, Pirapora do Bom Jesus, Poços de Caldas, Porto Feliz, Rio Claro/SP, Rio das Pedras, Rio do Sul, Salto, Salto de Pirapora, Santa Bárbara d'Oeste, Santa Gertrudes/SP, Santa Isabel, Santa Maria, Santana de Parnaíba, Santana do Livramento, São Bento do Sul, São José dos Campos, São José dos Pinhais, São Luís do Paraitinga, São Pedro/SP, São Sebastião, Serra Negra, Socorro, Sorocaba, Sumaré, Taubaté, Tietê, Tuiuti, Ubatuba, Uberaba, Valinhos, Várzea Paulista, Vinhedo, Votorantim and more rural areas in Brazil
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 Brazil Part of Negro River and some nearby settlements, in Brazil
Tuesday, September 25, 2012 Chile Santiago, Valparaíso, Viña del Mar, Concepción, in Chile[6]
Monday, March 18, 2013 Argentina Aconcagua Summit, Camp Colera, Camp 1 and 2, Plaza Argentina, Casa de Piedra, Pampa de Leñas, in Argentina
Wednesday, June 12, 2013 Chile Ski resorts in Antuco, Lonquimay, Villarrica, Antillanca, Osorno and Nevados de Chillán; La Serena, Copiapó, Melipilla, Paso Rosario-Rosario Abajo, Cascada de las Animas and other places in Chile
Wednesday, August 14, 2013 Chile Most of the cities covered in Chile

Peru Lima, Arequipa, Trujillo, Chiclayo, Piura, in Peru

Tuesday, September 3, 2013 Colombia Bogotá, Barranquilla, Cartagena, Cúcuta (limited), Bucaramanga, Ibagué, Pereira, Santa Marta, Montería, Villavicencio, Manizales, Valledupar, Neiva (partial), Armenia, Sincelejo, Riohacha, Tunja, special locations in Medellín, and more locations in Colombia.

Brazil Abaetetuba, Acaraú, Adamantina, Agrestina, Águas de Chapecó, Altinho, Ananindeua, Anápolis, Anastácio, Aracati, Araripina, Arcoverde, Ariquemes, Barra do Garças, Bela Vista, Belém, Boa Vista, Bonito, Bragança, Caarapó, Cáceres, Cacoal, Caicó, Cajazeiras, Camapuã, Campo Maior, Canindé, Cansanção, Carneirinho, Castanhal, Cidelândia, Cipó, Conceição do Araguaia, Coxim, Crateús, Cristalina, Cunha Porã, Descanso, Eldorado dos Carajás, Frederico Westphalen, Guaraí, Gurupi, Icó, Iguatu, Inhumas, Inocência, Ipameri, Iporã do Oeste, Iraceminha, Itapiranga, Jaraguá, Jaru, Ji-Paraná, Júlio de Castilhos, Jussara, Lago da Pedra, Lago do Junco, Lago dos Rodrigues, Luís Correia, Macapá, Manaus, Massapê, Miguel Alves, Miranda, Miranorte, Modelo, Monteiro, Nerópolis, Niquelândia, Nova Erechim, Nova Russas, Nova Veneza, Orós, Ouro Verde de Goiás, Palmares, Palmitos, Paraguaçu Paulista, Paraíso do Tocantins, Parnaíba, Parnamirim, Peixe, Pesqueira, Petrolina de Goiás, Pimenta Bueno, Pinhalzinho, Porangatu, Porto Nacional, Porto Velho, Queimadas, Rancharia, Redenção, Reriutaba, Ribas do Rio Pardo, Rio Branco, Rio Brilhante, Rolim de Moura, Rondonópolis, Santa Helena, Santa Inês, Santa Quitéria, Santa Rosa de Goiás, Santana do Acaraú, São Benedito, São Caitano, São João do Oeste, São Miguel do Oeste, São Raimundo Nonato, Sarandi, Saudades, Serra Alta, Serra Talhada, Sertânia, Sorriso, Sousa, Sul Brasil, Tabuleiro do Norte, Tianguá, Tucuruí, Tunápolis, Tutoia, União, Uruaçu, Verdejante, Vila Nova dos Martírios, Vilhena, Vitória de Santo Antão, Vitória do Mearim and more locations in Brazil.

Thursday, September 12, 2013 EcuadorGalapagos Islands in Ecuador.
Friday, December 6, 2013[11] Google Art project museums including:
Brazil Inhotim, Iberê Camargo Foundation, Instituto Moreira Salles, Museu da Imagem e do Som, in Brazil
Monday, April 21, 2014 Colombia Medellín, Cali, Buga, Tuluá, Jamundí, Buenaventura, Quibdó, Popayán, Pitalito, Turbo, Yopal, and more locations in Colombia

Peru Cusco, Pucallpa, Iquitos, Juliaca, Ica, Cajamarca, Tumbes, Juanjui, Moyobamba, Tarapoto, Huánuco, Tingo María, Huancavelica, Ayacucho, Abancay, Puerto Maldonado, Puno, Pisco, Mollendo, Moquegua, Ilo, Tacna, Nazca and more locations in Peru
Brazil Afogados da Ingazeira, Altos, Amarante, Araioses, Boa Viagem, Bom Jesus, Canindé de São Francisco, Capim Grosso, Cícero Dantas, Cruzeiro do Sul, Brasiléia, Buriti dos Lopes, Coelho Neto, Coroatá, Corrente, Currais Novos, Elesbão Veloso, Epitaciolândia, Euclides da Cunha, Grajaú, Irecê, Jacobina, José de Freitas, Limoeiro, Limoeiro do Norte, Livramento de Nossa Senhora, Lucas do Rio Verde, Macaúbas, Mâncio Lima, Olho d'Água das Flores, Ouricuri, Pedra Branca do Amapari, Penedo, Porto da Folha, Presidente Dutra, Propriá, Regeneração, Ribeira do Pombal, Salgueiro, Santa Cruz do Capibaribe, Santa Maria da Vitória, Santana do Ipanema, São João do Piauí, Sena Madureira, Serrinha, Sumé, Surubim, Tarauacá, Tauá, Tucano, Uiraúna, Uruçuí, Valença do Piauí, Vargem Grande, Xapuri, Xique-Xique and more locations in Brazil
Chile Angol, Contulmo, Collipulli, Los Sauces, Purén, Traiguen, Victoria, Galvarino, Temuco, Villarrica, Pucón, Curarrehue, Chanco, Cobquecura, Constitución, Melipilla, Santa Cruz, Panguipulli, Lanco, Mariquina, Valdivia, Paillaco, Fresia, Castro, Quellón and more locations in Chile

Wednesday, June 4, 2014 Colombia Tumaco, Pasto, Ipiales, Teyuna–Ciudad Perdida, places in San Andrés Island and more locations in Colombia

Brazil2014 FIFA World Cup venues in Brazil
Chile More locations in Chile

Friday, September 26, 2014 Argentina Buenos Aires, 3 de Febrero, Almirante Brown, Alta Gracia, Avellaneda, Azul, Bahía Blanca, Bariloche, Berazategui, Berisso, Brandsen, Caleta Olivia, Campana, Cañada de Gomez, Cañuelas, Capilla del Señor, Carmen de Patagones, Casilda, Chimbas, Chivilcoy, Cipolletti, Clorinda, Comodoro Rivadavia, Concepción del Uruguay, Córdoba, Corrientes, Cruz Alta, El Calafate, Ensenada, Escobar, Esquel, Esteban Echeverría, Ezeiza, Federación, Florencio Varela, Formosa, General Güemes, General Pico, General Rodríguez, Godoy Cruz, Gualeguaychú, Guaraní, Hurlingham, Ituzaingó, José C. Paz, Junín, Junín de los Andes, La Banda, La Costa, La Matanza, La Plata, La Rioja, Lanús, Las Heras, Lomas de Zamora, Luján, Luján de Cuyo, Malvinas Argentinas, Mar del Plata, Marcos Juarez, Marcos Paz, Mendoza, Merlo, Moreno, Morón, Necochea, Neuquén, Oberá, Olavarría, Oliva, Oncativo, Orán, Palpalá, Paraná, Paso de los Libres, Pergamino, Pilar, Pocito, Posadas, Presidencia Roque Saenz Peña, Presidente Perón, Puerto Iguazú, Puerto Madryn, Quilmes, Rafaela, Rawson, Resistencia, Río Cuarto, Río Gallegos, Río Grande, Río Tercero, Rosario, Rosario de Lerma, Salta, San Antonio de Areco, San Fernando, San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca, San Francisco, San Isidro, San Juan, San Justo, San Lorenzo, San Luis, San Martín, San Martín de los Andes, San Miguel, San Nicolás, San Pedro, San Pedro de Jujuy, San Rafael, San Salvador de Jujuy, San Vicente, Santa Fe, Santa Lucía, Santa Rosa, Santiago del Estero, Tafí Viejo, Tandil, Termas de Rio Hondo, Tigre, Trelew, Tres Arroyos, Tucumán, Ushuaia, Venado Tuerto, Vicente López, Victoria, Viedma, Villa Angela, Villa Carlos Paz, Villa Constitución, Villa Gobernador Gálvez, Villa María, Villa Mercedes, Villaguay, Zárate, in Argentina
Thursday, October 23, 2014 Falkland Islands Carcass Island, West Point Island, New Island in the Falkland Islands
South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands Grytviken, Right Whale Bay, Prion Island, Hercules Bay in the South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

Areas included[edit]

 Argentina[edit]

Province Major cities/areas
Buenos Aires Buenos Aires City Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires Province Buenos Aires Almirante Brown, Avellaneda, Azul, Bahía Blanca, Berisso, Brandsen, Berazategui, Campana, Cañuelas, Capilla del Señor, Carmen de Patagones, Chivilcoy, Ensenada, Escobar, Esteban Echeverría, Ezeiza, Florencio Varela, General Rodríguez, Hurlingham, Ituzaingó, José C. Paz, Junín, La Costa, La Matanza, La Plata, Lanús, Lomas de Zamora, Luján, Malvinas Argentinas, Mar del Plata, Marcos Paz, Merlo, Moreno, Morón, Necochea, Olavarría, Pergamino, Pilar, Presidente Perón, Quilmes, San Antonio de Areco, San Isidro, San Fernando, San Martín, San Miguel, San Nicolás, San Pedro, San Vicente, Tandil, Tigre, Tres Arroyos, Tres de Febrero, Vicente López, Wilde, Zárate
Catamarca Province Catamarca San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca
Chaco Province Chaco Presidencia Roque Sáenz Peña, Resistencia, Villa Ángela
Chubut Province Chubut Comodoro Rivadavia, Esquel, Puerto Madryn, Rawson, Trelew
Córdoba Province, Argentina Córdoba Alta Gracia, Córdoba, Oliva, Oncativo, Río Cuarto, Río Tercero, San Francisco, Villa Carlos Paz, Villa María
Corrientes Province Corrientes Corrientes, Paso de los Libres
Entre Ríos Province Entre Ríos Concepción del Uruguay, Federación, Gualeguaychú, Paraná, Victoria, Villaguay
Formosa Province Formosa Clorinda, Formosa
Jujuy Province Jujuy El Carmen, Palpalá, San Pedro de Jujuy, San Salvador de Jujuy
La Pampa Province La Pampa General Pico, Santa Rosa
La Rioja Province, Argentina La Rioja La Rioja
Mendoza Province Mendoza Godoy Cruz, Las Heras, Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, San Martín, San Rafael, Aconcagua mountain (camp sites and summit; not well marked in the map)
Misiones Province Misiones Guaraní, Oberá, Posadas, Puerto Iguazú
Neuquén Province Neuquén Junín de los Andes, Neuquén, San Martín de los Andes
Río Negro Province Río Negro Bariloche, Cipolletti, Viedma
Salta Province Salta General Güemes, Orán, Rosario de Lerma, Salta
San Juan Province, Argentina San Juan Chimbas, Pocito, Rawson, San Juan, Santa Lucía
San Luis Province San Luis San Luis, Villa Mercedes
Santa Cruz Province, Argentina Santa Cruz Caleta Olivia, El Calafate, Río Gallegos
Santa Fe Province Santa Fe Cañada de Gómez, Casilda, Marcos Juárez, Rafaela, Rosario, San Justo, San Lorenzo, Santa Fe, Venado Tuerto, Villa Constitución, Villa Gobernador Gálvez
Santiago del Estero Province Santiago del Estero La Banda, Santiago del Estero, Termas de Río Hondo
Tierra del Fuego Province, Argentina Tierra del Fuego Río Grande, Ushuaia
Tucumán Province Tucumán Cruz Alta, San Miguel de Tucumán, Tafí Viejo

 Brazil[edit]

State Major cities/areas
Acre (state) Acre Rio Branco, Epitaciolandia, Brasileia, Assis Brasil, Cruzeiro do Sul, Mancio Lima and more
Alagoas Alagoas Maceio, Arapiraca, Uniao dos Palmares, Delmiro Gouveia, and more
Amapá Amapá Macapa, Santana, Porto Grande, and more
Amazonas (Brazilian state) Amazonas Manaus, Iranduba, Novo Airao, Humaita, settlements along the Rio Negro, and more.
Bahia Bahia
Ceará Ceará
Federal District (Brazil) Distrito Federal
Espírito Santo Espírito Santo
Goiás Goiás
Maranhão Maranhão
Mato Grosso Mato Grosso
Mato Grosso do Sul Mato Grosso do Sul
Minas Gerais Minas Gerais Aranha, Araxá, Barbacena, Belo Horizonte, Betim, Brumadinho, Caeté, Contagem, Confins, Congonhas, Curvelo, Diamantina, Florestal, Igarapé, Itabirito, Itaguara, Itaúna, Juatuba, Lagoa Santa, Luz, Mariana, Mário Campos, Mateus Leme, Montes Claros, Ouro Preto, Patos de Minas, Pará de Minas, Pedro Leopoldo, Poços de Caldas, Raposo, Ribeirão das Neves, Rio Acima, Sabará, Santa Luzia, São José da Lapa, Sarzedo, Sete Lagoas, Uberaba, Vespasiano.
Pará Pará
Paraíba Paraíba
Paraná (state) Paraná Almirante Tamandaré, Araucária, Campina Grande do Sul, Campo Largo, Cascavel, Colombo, Curitiba, Londrina, Paranaguá, São José dos Pinhais.
Pernambuco Pernambuco
Piauí Piauí
Rio de Janeiro (state) Rio de Janeiro Araruama, Barra Mansa, Belford Roxo, Duque de Caxias, Engenheiro Paulo de Frontin, Guapimirim, Iguaba Grande, Itaboraí, Itaguaí, Japeri, Magé, Mangaratiba, Mendes, Mesquita, Nilópolis, Niterói, Nova Friburgo, Nova Iguaçu, Paracambi, Petrópolis, Piraí, Queimados, Rio Bonito, Rio de Janeiro, São Gonçalo, São João de Meriti, Saquarema, Seropédica, Tanguá, Teresópolis,[12] Volta Redonda.
Rio Grande do Norte Rio Grande do Norte
Rio Grande do Sul Rio Grande do Sul Cachoeirinha, Canoas, Caxias do Sul, Pelotas, Porto Alegre, Santa Maria, Santana do Livramento.
Rondônia Rondônia
Roraima Roraima
Santa Catarina (state) Santa Catarina Florianópolis, Jaraguá do Sul, Joinville, Lages, Rio do Sul.
São Paulo (state) São Paulo Águas de Lindóia, Americana, Amparo, Araçariguama, Araçoiaba da Serra, Araras, Arujá, Atibaia, Barueri, Bertioga, Biritiba Mirim, Boituva, Bom Jesus dos Perdões, Bragança Paulista, Cabreúva, Caieiras, Campinas, Campo Limpo Paulista, Capivari, Caraguatatuba, Carapicuíba, Cerquilho, Charqueada, Cordeirópolis, Cotia, Diadema, Elias Fausto, Embu, Ferraz de Vasconcelos, Franco da Rocha, Guararema Guarujá, Guarulhos, Holambra, Ibiúna, Igaratá, Ilhabela, Indaiatuba, Ipeúna, Iracemápolis/SP, Itanhaém, Itapecerica da Serra, Itapevi, Itapira, Itaquaquecetuba, Itatiba, Itu, Itupeva, Jacareí, Jandira, Jarinu, Jundiaí, Laranjal Paulista, Limeira, Lindóia, Mairiporã, Mauá, Mogi das Cruzes, Mogi Guaçu, Mogi Mirim, Mongaguá, Monte Mor, Morungaba, Nazaré Paulista, Nova Odessa, Osasco, Paulínia, Pedreira, Peruíbe, Piedade, Pindamonhangaba, Piracaia, Piracicaba, Pirapora do Bom Jesus, Poá, Porto Feliz, Praia Grande, Ribeirão Pires, Rio Claro/SP, Rio das Pedras, Rio Grande da Serra, Salto, Salto de Pirapora, Santa Bárbara d'Oeste, Santa Gertrudes/SP, Santa Isabel, Santana de Parnaíba, Santo André, Santos, São Bernardo do Campo, São Bento do Sul, São Caetano do Sul, São José dos Campos, São Luís do Paraitinga, São Paulo, São Pedro/SP, São Roque, São Sebastião, São Vicente, Serra Negra, Socorro, Sorocaba, Sumaré, Suzano, Taubaté, Tietê, Tuiuti, Ubatuba, Valinhos, Vargem Grande Paulista, Várzea Paulista, Vinhedo, Votorantim.
Sergipe Sergipe
Tocantins Tocantins

 Chile[edit]

Region Major cities/areas
Santiago, Chile Santiago Puente Alto, Maipú, La Florida, Las Condes, San Bernardo, Peñalolén, Santiago, Pudahuel, La Pintana, El Bosque, Ñuñoa, Cerro Navia, Recoleta, Renca, Conchalí, La Granja, Estación Central, Quilicura, Providencia, Pedro Aguirre Cerda, Lo Espejo, Macul, Lo Prado, Quinta Normal, San Joaquín, La Reina, San Ramón, La Cisterna, Vitacura, San Miguel, Huechuraba, Lo Barnechea, Cerrillos, Independencia, Peñaflor, Colina, Melipilla, Talagante, Buin, Padre Hurtado, El Monte, Paine, Curacaví, Lampa, Isla de Maipo, Batuco, La Islita, Alto Jahuel, San José de Maipo, Tiltil, Pirque.
Aisén, Chile Aisén Coihaique, Puerto Aisén.
Antofagasta, Chile Antofagasta Antofagasta, Calama, Tocopilla, Chuquicamata, Taltal, Mejillones, María Elena.
Araucanía, Chile Araucanía Temuco, Angol, Padre Las Casas, Villarrica, Victoria, Nueva Imperial, Collipulli, Loncoche, Traiguén, Pucón, Pitrufquén, Gorbea, Purén, Labranza, Freire, Renaico.
Arica and Parinacota, Chile Arica and Parinacota Arica.
Atacama, Chile Atacama Copiapó, Vallenar, Caldera, Chañaral, El Salvador, Tierra Amarilla, Diego de Almagro, Huasco.
Biobío, Chile Biobío Concepción, Talcahuano, Chillán, Los Ángeles, Coronel, Hualpén, Chiguayante, San Pedro de la Paz, Lota, Penco, Tomé, Curanilahue, San Carlos, Mulchén, Nacimiento, Lebu, Cañete, Chillán Viejo, Arauco, La Laja, Hualqui, Los Álamos, Cabrero, Coelemu, Yumbel, Quirihue, Quillón, Coihueco, Santa Juana, Santa Bárbara, Monte Águila, San Rosendo.
Coquimbo, Chile Coquimbo Coquimbo, La Serena, Ovalle, Illapel, Vicuña, Salamanca, Los Vilos, Andacollo, Combarbalá, El Palqui, Monte Patria.
Los Lagos, Chile Los Lagos Puerto Montt, Osorno, Castro, Ancud, Puerto Varas, Quellón, Calbuco, Frutillar, Los Muermos.
Los Ríos, Chile Los Ríos Valdivia, La Unión, Río Bueno, Panguipulli, Paillaco, Los Lagos, Lanco, San José de la Mariquina, Futrono.
Maule, Chile Maule Talca, Curicó, Linares, Constitución, Cauquenes, Molina, Parral, San Javier, Teno, Longaví, Villa Alegre, Hualañé, Culenar.
O'Higgins, Chile O'Higgins Rancagua, San Fernando, Rengo, Machalí, Graneros, San Vicente de Taguatagua, Santa Cruz, Chimbarongo, San Francisco de Mostazal, Requínoa, Lo Miranda, Doñihue, Peumo, Nancagua, Las Cabras, Quinta de Tilcoco, Gultro, Codegua, Palmilla.
Tarapacá, Chile Tarapacá Iquique, Alto Hospicio, Pozo Almonte.
Valparaíso, Chile Valparaíso Viña del Mar, Valparaíso, Quilpué, Villa Alemana, San Antonio, Quillota, Los Andes, San Felipe, La Calera, Limache, Concón, Quintero, La Ligua, Llaillay, Cartagena, Casablanca, Cabildo, Placilla de Peñuelas, La Cruz, Olmué, El Melón, Nogales, El Quisco, Hijuelas, San Esteban, Putaendo, Catemu, Santa María, Algarrobo, Rinconada, Calle Larga, Santo Domingo, El Tabo, Las Cruces.
Magallanes, Chile Magallanes Punta Arenas, Puerto Natales.

 Colombia[edit]

Department Major cities/areas
Flag of the Department of Antioquia Antioquia Medellín, Abejorral, Abriaquí, Alejandría, Amagá, Amalfi, Andes, Angelópolis, Angostura, Anorí (Partial), Anzá, Apartadó, Arboletes, Argelia, Armenia, Barbosa, Bello, Belmira, Betania, Betulia, Bolívar, Buriticá, Cáceres, Caicedo, Caldas, Campamento, Cañasgordas, Caracolí, Caramanta, Carepa, El Carmen de Viboral, Carolina del Príncipe, Caucasia, Chigorodó, Cisneros, Cocorná, Concepción, Concordia, Copacabana, Dabeiba, Don Matías, Ebéjico, El Bagre, Entrerríos, Envigado, Fredonia, Frontino, Giraldo, Girardota, Gómez_Plata, Granada, Guadalupe, Guarne, Guatapé, Heliconia, Hispania, Itagüí, Ituango, Jardín, Jericó, La Ceja, La Estrella, La Pintada, La Unión, Liborina, Maceo, Marinilla, Montebello, Mutatá, Nariño (partial), Nechí (Partial), Necoclí, Olaya, Peñol, Pueblorrico, Puerto Berrío, Puerto Nare, Puerto Triunfo, Remedios, Retiro, Rionegro, Sabanalarga, Sabaneta, Salgar, San Andrés, San Carlos, San Francisco, San Jerónimo, San José de la Montaña, San Juan de Urabá, San Luis, San Pedro, San Rafael, San Roque, Santa Bárbara, Santa Fe de Antioquia, Santa Rosa de Osos, Santo Domingo, El Santuario, San Vicente, Segovia, Sonsón, Sopetrán, Támesis, Tarazá, Tarso, Titiribí, Toledo, Turbo, Uramita (partial), Urrao, Valdivia, Valparaíso, Vegachi, Venecia, Yali, Yarumal, Yolombó, Yondó, Zaragoza.
Flag of the Department of Atlántico Atlántico Barranquilla, Baranoa, Campo de la Cruz, Candelaria, Galapa, Juan de Acosta, Luruaco, Malambo, Manatí, Palmar de Varela, Piojó, Polonuevo, Ponedera, Puerto Colombia, Repelón, Sabanagrande, Sabanalarga, Santa Lucía, Santo Tomás, Soledad, Suán, Tubará, Usiacurí.
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Flag of Nueva Esparta La Guajira Riohacha, Albania, Barrancas, Dibulla, Distracción, El Molino, Fonseca, Hatonuevo, La_Jagua_del_Pilar, Maicao, Manaure, San_Juan_del_Cesar, Uribia, Urumita, Villanueva.
Flag of the Department of Magdalena Magdalena Santa_Marta, Algarrobo, Aracataca, Ariguani, Cerro San Antonio, Chibolo, Ciénaga, El_Banco, El Piñón, El_Retén (partial), Fundación, Guamal, Nueva Granada (Partial), Pinto (partial), Pijiño (Rural Area Only), Pivijay, Plato, Pueblo Viejo, Remolino, Sabanas de San Ángel, Salamina, San Sebastián de Buenavista, Santa Ana, Sitionuevo, Tenerife, Zona Bananera.
Flag of the Department of Meta Meta Villavicencio, Acacías, Barranca de Upía, Cabuyaro, Castilla la Nueva, Cubarral, Cumaral, El Castillo, El Dorado, Fuente de Oro (Partial), Granada, Guamal, Lejanías (Partial), Mesetas, Puerto Concordia, Puerto Gaitán, Puerto Lleras (rural area only), Puerto López, Puerto Rico (rural area only), Restrepo, San Carlos de Guaroa (partial), San Juan de Arama (partial), San Martín, Vista Hermosa.
Flag of the Department of Nariño Nariño Pasto, Albán, Aldana, Ancuya, Arboleda (Partial), Barbacoas (Rural Area Only), Belén, Buesaco, Chachagüí, Colón, Consaca, Contadero, Córdoba, Cuaspud, Cumbal, El Peñol, El Rosario (Partial), El Tablón, El Tambo, Funes, Guachucal, Guaitarilla, Gualmatán, Iles, Imués, Ipiales, La Cruz, La Florida, La Llanada, La Unión, Linares, Los Andes (Partial), Mallama, Nariño, Ospina, Policarpa, Potosí, Puerres, Pupiales, Ricaurte, Samaniego, San Bernardo, Sandona, San Pablo, San Pedro de Cartago, Santacruz (Partial), Sapuyes, Taminango, Tangua, Tumaco, Túquerres, Yacuanquer.
Flag of the Department of Norte de Santander Norte de Santander Cúcuta, Bochalema, Cachira, Cácota, Chinácota, Chitagá, Cucutilla, Duranía, El Zulia, Herrán, La Esperanza (partial), Labateca (partial), Los Patios, Mutiscua, Ocaña (partial), Pamplona, Pamplonita, Puerto Santander, Ragonvalia, San Cayetano, Santiago (rural area only), Silos, Villa del Rosario.
Flag of the Department of Putumayo Putumayo Mocoa, Colón, Puerto Asís, Puerto Caicedo (partial), San Francisco, Santiago, Sibundoy, Villagarzón.
Flag of the Department of Quindío Quindío Armenia, Buenavista, Calarcá, Circasia, Cordoba, Filandia, Génova, La Tebaida, Montenegro (Including Parque Nacional del Café), Pijao, Quimbaya, Salento.
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Flag of the Department of San Andres, Providencia and Santa Catalina San Andrés and Providencia San Andrés Island (North End Beach and San Luis Beach).
Flag of the Department of Santander Santander Bucaramanga, Aguada, Albania, Aratoca, Barbosa, Barichara, Barrancabermeja, Betulia, Bolívar, Cabrera (rural area only), Capitanejo, Carcasi, Cepita (Partial), Cerrito, Charala, Charta, Chima, Chipata, Cimitarra, Concepción, Confines, Contratación (Partial), Coromoro (rural area only), Curití (partial), El Carmen de Chucurí, El Guacamayo (Partial), El Peñón (rural area only), El Playón, Encino (partial), Enciso, Florián, Floridablanca, Galán, Gambita, Girón, Guaca, Guadalupe, Guapota (rural area only), Guavata, Guepsa, Hato, Jesus María, Jordán (partial), La Belleza, Landazuri, La Paz (rural area only), Lebrija, Los Santos, Macaravita, Málaga, Matanza, Mogotes, Molagavita, Oiba, Onzaga, Palmar, Palmas Socorro, Páramo, Piedecuesta, Pinchote, Puente Nacional, Puerto Parra, Puerto Wilches, Rionegro, Sabana de Torres, San Andrés, San Benito (Partial), San Gil, San Joaquín, San José Miranda, San Miguel, Santa Bárbara, San Vicente de Chucurí, Simacota, Socorro, Suaita (partial), Sucre, Surata (partial), Tona, Valle San José, Vélez, Villanueva, Zapatoca.
Flag of the Department of Sucre Sucre Sincelejo, Buenavista, Caimito (rural area only), Chalán, Colosó, Corozal, Coveñas, El Roble (partial), Galeras, La Unión, Los Palmitos, Morroa, Ovejas, Palmito, Sampués, San Benito Abad, San Juan de Betulia, San Marcos, San Onofre, San Pedro, Sincé, Tolú, Toluviejo.
Flag of the Department of Tolima Tolima Ibagué, Alpujarra, Alvarado, Ambalema, Anzoátegui (rural area only), Armero Guayabal, Cajamarca, Carmen de Apicalá, Chaparral (Partial), Coello, Coyaima, Cunday, Dolores, Espinal, Falán, Flandes, Fresno, Guamo, Herveo, Honda, Icononzo, Lérida, Líbano, Mariquita, Melgar, Murillo, Natagaima, Ortega, Piedras, Palocabildo (partial), Prado, Purificación, Rovira, Saldaña, San Luis, Santa Isabel, Suárez, Valle de San Juan, Venadillo, Villahermosa (rural area only), Villarrica.
Flag of the Department of Valle del Cauca Valle del Cauca Cali, Alcalá, Andalucía, Ansermanuevo, Argelia (partial), Bolívar (rural area only), Buenaventura, Buga, Bugalagrande, Caicedonia, Calima (partial), Candelaria, Cartago, Dagua, El Aguila (partial), El Cairo, El Cerrito, El Dovio, Florida, Ginebra, Guacarí, Jamundí, La Cumbre, La Unión (Partial), La Victoria, Obando, Palmira, Pradera, Restrepo, Riofrío, Roldanillo, San Pedro, Sevilla, Toro, Trujillo, Tuluá, Ulloa, Versalles, Vijes, Yotoco, Yumbo, Zarzal.

 Ecuador[edit]

Province Major cities/areas
Metropolitana de Santiago, Chile Galapagos


 Peru[edit]

Regions Major cities/areas
Amazonas Chachapoyas, Bagua, Bagua Grande,.
Ancash Huaraz, Casma, Chimbote, Huallanca[disambiguation needed], Huarmey, Huasta, Yungay.
Apurímac Abancay, Andahuaylas, Chalhuanca.
Arequipa Arequipa, Camaná, Chivay, La Joya, Majes, Mollendo, Vitor.
Ayacucho Ayacucho, Huanta, Puquío.
Cajamarca Cajamarca, Jaén, Cajabamba, Celendín, Chota.
Callao Callao
Cuzco Cuzco, Espinar, Pisac, Sicuani, Urubamba , Aguas calientes.
Huancavelica Huancavelica, Lircay.
Huánuco Huánuco, Tingo María.
Ica Ica, Chincha Alta, Nazca, Palpa, Paracas, Pisco.
Junín Huancayo, Junín, Bajo Pichanaqui, Jauja, La Oroya, Satipo, Tarma.
La Libertad Trujillo, Aricapampa, Casa Grande, Chepén, Chuco, Huamachuco, Huanchaco, Laredo, Otuzco, Pacanquilla, Pacasmayo, Virú.
Lambayeque Chiclayo, Lambayeque, Motupe, Olmos, Oyotún, Pacora, Pimentel, Salas, Zaña.
Lima Lima, Ate, Barranca, Canta, Chaclacayo, Comas, Chosica, Huacho, Paramonga, Santiago de Surco, San Vicente de Cañete, San Jerónimo de Surco.
Loreto Iquitos, Yurimaguas
Madre de Dios Puerto Maldonado, Iñapari.
Moquegua Ilo, Moquegua.
Pasco Cerro de Pasco, Oxapampa.
Piura Piura, Ayabaca, Catacaos, Máncora, Paita, Sullana, Talara.
Puno Puno, Ayaviri, Azángaro, Juliaca.
San Martín Moyobamba, Bellavista, Tarapoto, Tocache.
Tacna Tacna.
Tumbes Tumbes, Punta Sal, Zarumilla, Zorritos.
Ucayali Pucallpa, Aguaytía.

 United Kingdom[edit]

Regions Major cities/areas
 Falkland Islands Carcass Island, West Point Island, New Island
 South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands Grytviken, Right Whale Bay, Prion Island, Hercules Bay

Countries without any coverage[edit]

 Bolivia,  French Guiana,  Guyana,  Paraguay,  Suriname,  Uruguay,  Venezuela

All these countries have photo spheres, 360-degree panorama photos similar to the street view photos, accessible in Google maps.

Competing products[edit]

  • Argentina: Two Argentine analogues also exist, one is called Mapplo,[13] which is the first street view in Latin America.[14] Fotocalle, another Argentine project, is the first street view in the world that provides HD pictures.[15]
  • Chile: Chilean company Publiguías released a service similar to Google's Street View in December 2010 called "Street Diving". It offers views of Providencia and Santiago communes, with plans to expand it to other communes in the future.[16] XYGO launched a street view service in April 2011 partially covering seven cities.[17]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Serviço Google Street View chega ao Brasil | Infosfera". Wp.clicrbs.com.br. September 28, 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-02. 
  2. ^ Gustavo Petró Do G1, em São Paulo. "G1 – Street View estreia na América do Sul com 51 cidades brasileiras – notícias em Tecnologia e Games". G1.globo.com. Retrieved 2010-10-02. 
  3. ^ "Google Street View Cameras Map The Amazon". SkyNewsHD. November 10, 2011. Retrieved May 29, 2012. 
  4. ^ "Google Street View snaps dead bodies in Brazil". The Press NZ. May 10, 2010. Retrieved May 29, 2012. 
  5. ^ "All ESO's Observatories Included in Google Street View". ESO Announcement. Retrieved June 11, 2014. 
  6. ^ a b "Google Lat Long: Introducing Imagery of Chile and Croatia on Google Maps". Google-latlong.blogspot.co.uk. September 26, 2012. Retrieved 2013-01-19. 
  7. ^ EL TIEMPO – Hoy se Lanza Google Street View en Colombia – http://www.eltiempo.com/tecnologia/internet/ARTICULO-WEB-NEW_NOTA_INTERIOR-13042963.html
  8. ^ http://www.elcomercio.com/tendencias/ecuador-recorrerse-virtualmente-googlemaps.html
  9. ^ "Google Street View on Iquitos". Retrieved April 25, 2014. 
  10. ^ http://www.eldeber.com.bo/tendencias/street-view-llego-podremos-visitar.html
  11. ^ "Quatro museus brasileiros estreiam coleções no Google Street View; veja | Notícias". TechTudo. January 13, 2014. Retrieved 2014-02-28. 
  12. ^ O Diário de Teresópolis. Teresópolis no Google Street View
  13. ^ "Buenos Aires Street view". Mapplo.com. Retrieved August 27, 2010. 
  14. ^ "Mapplo: Primer street view de latinoamerica". Blogs.lanacion.com.ar. Retrieved August 27, 2010. [dead link]
  15. ^ Paulita. "Fotocalle: Un Street View argentino con imágenes panorámicas de 50 megapíxels". Dotpod.com.ar. Retrieved August 27, 2010. 
  16. ^ "Publiguías a lo 'Street View': Inaugura sistema de mapas con imágenes reales – Publimetro". Publimetro.cl. Retrieved December 11, 2010. 
  17. ^ Lanzan en Chile nueva alternativa para ver mapas de ciudades con visión en 360°, EMOL, April 15, 2011.