To move the 3D map to show a different area, select the "Move" button at the top and drag the
map with the left mouse button. Use your mouse's scroll wheel, or the zoom buttons, to zoom in
To rotate the map, select the "Rotate" button at the top and drag the map with the left mouse
Double click on the name of any mountain to see the view from the top. Alternatively, click on
any point on the map to select that location, and then click on "View from selected point" at
the top to see the view from there.
Terrain color indicates elevation. Low-lying terrain is green, while higher terrain is gray. To
adjust the color scale, use the slider to the right hand side of the map. For more information,
3D print a model landscape
If you would like to 3D print a model landscape, use the "Export STL" button in the 3D view to
produce an STL file which you can open in many CAD programs.
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These maps are based on elevation data collected from NASA's Shuttle Radar Topography
Mission (SRTM) in 2000. Overlaid on these 3D terrain maps are roads, rivers, train lines and
national borders from Open Street Map. For more information,