Miniatur Wunderland is the world's largest model railway exhibition. It's the go-to event for those who enjoy putting together locomotives and managing miniature railways, and while the actual setups and landscapes crafted by attendees are nothing short of amazing, just how cool would it be to view them in Google's Street View? Well, now you can.
Interestingly, Google deployed miniature versions of its own mapping vehicles to get around the various exhibits, which paid off as it's now possible to see just how much detail is present. Even the brightly lit strip of Las Vegas was captured in all its miniature glory. The museum itself features an astonishing 13,000 kilometers of track and more than 200,000 citizens.
Plans are also in place for more locations to be added to Miniatur Wunderland, including England, Italy, Africa and France. Seriously, we strongly urge you to check out the Street View experience by hitting the link below.
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