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What Google’s new satellite images of the D.C. area reveal

More development and more accurate imagery

The White House
Photo via Google Maps

Finally, Google Maps has updated its imagery of the Washington, D.C. Metro region. Now, those who use the website will be able to see the completed MGM National Harbor and the National Museum of African American History and Culture, which both opened to the public last year.

According to Greater Greater Washington, Google Maps’ new images date back to December 19, 2016. The images also only cover parts of the region.

Below, see some of the best images from the newly updated system.

The National Museum of African American History and Culture

Photo via Google Maps

MGM National Harbor

Photo via Google Maps

The first new tunnel from the Virginia Avenue Tunnel project

Photo via Google Maps

The former headquarters of The Washington Post

Photo via Google Maps

Greater Greater Washington has more revealing photos. Be sure to check them out here.

See Google’s brand new satellite images of the Washington region [Greater Greater Washington]