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- Browse through list of all the rivers of the world categorized by continent, country. The rivers coordinates are mapped in Google maps, along with photos got from flickr. Provision is given to visit...
- Search eBay and see your results laid out on a Google Map.
- View reviews of stores, restaurants, bars and venues placed in context on a Google Map.
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