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Quite possibly old news to you, but I stumbled across this today:
In Google Maps for supported cities you can see snapshots images as if you're standing in any of the streets facing any horizontal direction.

Example:
  1. Go to San Diego in Google Maps.
  2. Click on the "Street View" button (upper right of the map image) - this highlights all the streets you can see images of
  3. Zoom in until the camera icon turns into a person icon (or click on the camera icon and hit zoom in)
  4. Click on the person icon - you should see an image of the street. You can rotate the image, click on the street lines to move down the street, or drag the person icon to move to different points in the city
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