A quick search for the word “Google” in Italy and you’ll get an impressive list of places you might want to visit.
This list is in fact a result of the efforts of an Italian tech company called MapLab, who have created a way for Italians to share their geographical information online.
For instance, Google Maps has become an indispensable tool in finding the best way to take a walk or ride.
But for many Italians, the biggest advantage of Google Maps is its easy-to-use interface.
And that’s not just the interface.
The Google map also has a wide range of options, including directions, restaurants and shops, and even a list of landmarks and historical landmarks.
There are even an array of cities and towns.
The downside is that it can be a bit tricky to get your bearings.
This article was written by Mattie Condon, research editor for tech at The Irish News, and was first published on The Irish Herald.