Now the Dutch get to vote for Streetview
Google is taking Europe step by step, or should we say Google is taking pictures of Europe mile by mile? And Google is doing the marketing part of it just right. Less than a week ago the Brits voted for which place the Google Street View Trike should visit. This week the Dutch get to vote.
The locations the Dutch can vote for are: Apenheul (a monkey-zoo), Archeon themepark (a history-themepark), the Aqua Zoo, the Binnenhof (where the Dutch Parliament resides), Dolfinarium (A Dolphin Zoo), the Efteling (Amusementpark), Kasteeltuinen Arcen (Castle gardens), Kinderdijk (Windmill Villag, National Park 'de Hoge Veluwe', The Dutch Open Air museum, Palace 'het Loo', Scheveningen Boulevard (Ocean side), Slagharen Attractiepark (Amusementpark), Veenpark (Open Air Museum), Volendamse Dijk (Typical Dutch Town), the World Gardens Mondo Verde, the 'Zaanse Schans' (Collection of windmills) and the Zuiderzeemuseum (Open Air Museum).
Below the video how Google peddled through Stonehenge. Where in Holland will we be seeing this bike appear?
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12 June 2013 / 13 June 2013