Argentina's National Parks Appear in Google Street View

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Google Street View is perhaps one of the best features that Google has added to Google Maps in the past few years. Allowing you to see places without leaving the comfort of your own home. Heck you can even check out places from your smartphone. Whether you're looking to see a place you're going, or want to check in on a place somewhere else in the world. Like maybe the house you grew up in? Or perhaps the site of this year's Olympics in Rio de Janiero, Brazil. You can do all that with Street View.  Google has Street View cars roaming around the world all year long getting this data that goes back to Google Maps, so that Google has some pretty up-to-date imagery for many places. We've seen a lot of places appear on Google Street View, which include the inside of the The White House, various sports arenas, not to mention some historic places around Thailand and even the Batcave. Now Argentina's National Parks are available on Google Street View.

You'll be able to walk across a glacier in Argentina, more figuratively than literally. As well as explore some of the most beautiful areas of the country. This includes standing at the foot of the falls at Parque Nacional Iguazú, looking at the Perito Moreno Glacier in the Los Glaciares National Park and so much more. It's really breathtaking. Google has put together a Street View gallery for Argentina, so you are able to see other parts of the country on Google Street View. All of the country's national parks are listed, and many include Photospheres, which make you feel like you are really there.

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With Google Street View doing stuff like this, one must wonder, why bother traveling anymore? Well to see these beautiful works of nature for yourself. While Google Street View does take some amazing looking pictures, no camera can really do justice to some of these glaciers that are in Argentina, and other parts of the world. But for those that can't travel, it offers the chance to see these national parks, without paying a dime.