Google Maps Hack: LDS Temples


Google Maps and Google Earth are one of the best ideas that Google has come up with. What makes them so great is that Google allows anyone to mess around with the script so they can adapt the map for their needs. In other words, they are very hackable.

Someone has used Google Maps’ open source scripting to create a tour of all the temples in the world. You can zoom in and see the Washington D.C or Mexico City temple from outer space! Pretty dang cool.

It’s fun and allows members to gain an appreciation that we have in the modern church to have such easy access to temples.

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