Britain's Newest National Park Struggles To Stay On The Map The South Downs has disappeared from Google Maps four times. The park asks to be reinstated, otherwise, how will the millennials ever be able to find it?
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Britain's Newest National Park Struggles To Stay On The Map

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Britain's Newest National Park Struggles To Stay On The Map

Britain's Newest National Park Struggles To Stay On The Map

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LINDA WERTHEIMER, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Linda Wertheimer. Britain's newest national park, the South Downs, is struggling to stay on the map. The park has now disappeared from Google's online maps four times. Other parks are on the maps. Here's what the park directors want for Christmas - peace on Earth, and will Google maps please reinstate the South Downs National Park? Otherwise, how will the millennials ever find it? You're listening to NPR's MORNING EDITION.

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