In pursuit of inclusion and efficiency, Google Maps sure has fun, too.
For those who believe in the adage of "it's all in the details, " this scale model of the Miniatur Wunderland boasts 13, 000 kilometers of track and upward of 200, 000 tiny citizens in addition to German provinces and an airport.
Taking things to an entirely new level, Google worked with Ubilabs to mount tiny Street View cameras on miniature vehicles to drive on the scale model's roads and over its train tracks, capturing every nook and cranny of Wunderland.
The Street View of Wunderland begins in its oldest section, Knuffingen, before headed to its rustic farmer's market and even the city's airport. The miniature scale model even includes a tribute to the United States, equipped with the Grand Canyon, famed Las Vegas strip and even Mount Rushmore. The Street View over Las Vegas Boulevard includes a shot of a newly married couple in Sin City. It's only right.