Today Google added 60 new landmarks in Mexico to its Google Maps, an Independence Day weekend gift from the world’s largest search engine and most recognized name on the web.
This special collection of landmarks includes Puerto Vallarta’s Playa Los Muertos, including the Pier, which was named among the world’s most beautiful piers in the world by CNN.
Also in the list of landmarks added today was the beaches of Holbox Island, Quintana Roo, Aquarium of Veracruz, Monumental Clock of Pachuca, Hidalgo, Ex Convento de Tepoztlan, to name a few.
“Today is a very special day for Mexicans, it’s the time we remember the heroes of the country, we wear green, white and red, and shout Viva Mexico! It is also the perfect occasion to take a virtual vacation to the famous sites of our country’” Google said in a statement.
Other iconic sites that are available today are from the Interactive Museum of Economics (MEAS); Polyforum Siqueiros; Museo Casa Carranza; and Stamp Museum, all in Mexico City.
The new routes will join the list of sites available on Street View that already existed in the country, as Chichén Itzá, El Tajín, Tulum and the National Museum of Anthropology and History, and more.