Google has expanded its Street View service to update numerous UK cities including London, Glasgow and Cardiff as well as adding a number of new European areas to its services.
"In the UK we're refreshing some imagery in major cities like London, Manchester, Glasgow and Cardiff, as well as filling in some of the gaps where we had no Street View coverage," it said in a blog post on Thursday
"We've added brand new images to parts of the Scottish coastline, in pockets of East Anglia and parts of South Wales."
The search giant also said it had worked to add new areas from countries including Russia and Bulgaria.
"For the first time, people all over the world can see Street View imagery of Bulgaria. They'll also have access to panoramas of almost 200 new towns and cities in Russia, and thousands of miles of refreshed imagery of the UK."
Google promised the expansion will mean that all the major areas of each country will now be covered by Street View.
"This Bulgarian launch covers not only major economic centres such as Sofia, Plovdiv and Varna, but also historical and beloved towns like Veliko Turnovo and Koprvishtitsa," read the post.
"We're thrilled to add Street View images of nearly 200 more Russian cities to Google Maps."
The expansion is the latest in a long line of updates by Google. The company added a hefty 250,000 miles of coverage to its Street View tool in October 2012.
The expansion comes amid ongoing privacy concerns around Street View.
In July 2012, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) mounted action against Google after it was revealed its Street View cars were inadvertently storing personal data.
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