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- Interesting combination of Google Maps with elevation data to show the impact of rising sea levels. Try it for your own town.
- Review mashup for new Turkish President Mr. Abdullah Gul. You can enter the location where you live and put reviews on the map about Mr. Abdullah Gul.
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