When switching to Earth View on Google Maps and when tilting the view, something beautiful happens with Prishtina. The whole capital of Kosovo, has been brought in 3D Imagery showcasing entire buildings in detail, including government buildings, apartments, bridges, landscapes, etc in very precise conditions and amazing details.
Tirana, Skopje, Sofia, Belgrade or Athens still don’t have this 3D
Imagery View on Google Maps on Earth View, while the closest city
benefiting from this Google Technology is Zagreb in Croatia, Plovdiv in
Bulgaria or Timiosara in Romania.
The Google Maps Imagery Updates, includes only the above mentioned cities so far on the map,
while Prishtina looks new to the spot, which makes sense since it has
been not officially added to the list, yet the imagery has been
implemented on Google Maps.
How does 3D Imagery work? As you zoom in, buildings
and terrain will start to appear in 3D. Once you can see the buildings,
pan, zoom, tilt and rotate to explore the 3D environment. You can view
3D imagery when you’re using Google Maps on Desktop.
You enable this view by clicking Earth View on Google Maps on the browser and by clicking on the tilt view icon to explore more.