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Searchable Map and Satellite View of Lincoln using Google Earth Data (45-degree view available)

Satellite view showing Lincoln (named after the sixteenth President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln), capital and the second most populous city of the State of Nebraska (behind Omaha) in the United States, located in the southeastern part of the state. The city is home of the University of Nebraska.
Lincoln has a population of about 265,000 inhabitants (in 2012).

Just zoom in (+) to see Nebraska State Capitol, one of three of America's skyscraper State Capitol buildings. It is a National Historic Landmark and houses the executive, judicial, and legislative offices of the U.S. State of Nebraska.

The page shows a city map of Lincoln with expressways, main roads and streets, zoom out to find the location of Lincoln Airport (IATA code: LNK), about 4 mi (7 km) northwest of the city center.

To find a location use the form below. To view just the map, click on the "Map" button.
 
To find a location type: street or place, city, optional: state, country.

Local Time Lincoln:
Friday-April-18 2014  23:19  
Standard time zone: Central Standard Time (CST); UTC/GMT -6 hours Central Daylight Time (CDT) in use from Sunday, 10 March 2013 ends on Sunday, 3 November 2013; time zone offset: UTC/GMT -5 hours
Google Map: Searchable Map of the City of Lincoln, Nebraska, USA.
City Coordinates: 40°48′35″N 96°40′31″W
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External Links
Lincoln (official website)
University of Nebraska
Wikipedia: Lincoln, Nebraska
 
Current Weather Conditions Lincoln

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Map Help  
map pan button
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terrain button
 
Click the Map button for a street map, this button holds the option for
Terrain, it displays a detailed physical map.

Labes button
 
Click the Satellite for a satellite image;
with the option to switch Labels on and off, for a combination of satellite image and street map.
Pegman The "Pegman" symbol offers the switch to Google's street view, the 360-degree, panoramic, and street-level imagery.
To enjoy street views, grab pegman with your cursor and hoover over the map, when street view is available parts of the map will change to blue, drop pegman there and you might have a lot of fun within unimaginable boring landscapes.
 

 

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