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Google Maps lets you wander around the Batcave from Batman V Superman

Regardless of your opinion on the incredibly divisive Batman v Superman, this is stupidly good. 

Using the forever Easter Egg packed (and useful direction service) Google Maps, fans can now have a wander around the inside of Bruce Wayne's house before stepping inside the Batcave itself, complete with Batmobile in beautiful 360. 

Related: The locations that Google Earth doesn't want you to see

 

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