I'm new to google earth, and I'm trying to learn some of the more custom aspects to Google Earth. I'm working on a history project where I'm plotting the places and times where the events of France discovering and colonizing Nova Scotia area Canada. I've seen where you can import custom buildings into Google Earth from Sketchup... I haven't tried that yet, but seems like a good way to add period correct buildings onto the map. I'm already pretty familiar with Skecthup so know I'll be able to make the buildings. Anyways, that brings me to my question.... Well i don't want to go to the trouble of adding period correct buildings when there are modern buildings around... and map under it has a parking lot or something lol.
Is there a way that you can turn off satellite view, but leave the water ways and just have something that looks like grass on the ground?
I know this is not the spot for questions, but I didn't see an area for customizing google earth.
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