Google Maps lets you explore its summit as if you were there

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Google Maps lets you explore its summit as if you were there

The highest mountain in Western Europe has lost two meters in two years. But the view, immortalized by Google, is still as striking.

If, for a few minutes, you want to dominate the Alps from your sofa, go to Google Maps. Or rather on the Google Maps YouTube account, which offers one of its interactive videos in 4k.

This is a panoramic video from the summit of Mont Blanc, from where we can contemplate all the French and Italian valleys. The opportunity to virtually climb to 4805.59 meters above sea level.

Or rather a little higher since the video is 7 years old and the height of the summit fluctuates depending on the years. It has thus lost 2 meters compared to the last measurement of 2021. A normal variation, linked to precipitation.

The “rocky” summit of the mountain actually culminates at 4792 meters and it is the thickness of the layer of “eternal snow” which covers it which “varies depending on the altitude, winds and precipitation”, they said. explained the geologists. in charge of calculation in 2021.

Thomas Leroy Journalist BFM Business

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