As suspected „Batman vs. superman“ a total flop, But Google compensates us with this Street View Google Maps. Thanks to the virtual Streetview engine you can completely migrate through Batman's hallowed halls. from „living room“ leads immediately into the tunnel system of the bat cave and the Batmobile, one floor up discovering DC fans still Batman suit of armor and his observatory incl. Weapons. Properly implemented well. Oh well, is indeed not fake, because the house there are actually, because the film set is that of „Mies van der Rohe“ designed „Farnsworth House“, not far from Chicago. Those who would like erkünden even the Batcave, here along dominions…
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