NYC's iconic skyline was replaced by something strange in a funny Google glitch
Locals have a ton of iconic celebrities, foods, and landmarks to point to when someone asks what makes NYC so awesome - not to mention its famous skyline.
But due to a hiccup on Google Map's search algorithm, now a picture of the New York, New York Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas pops up when you search for New York City.
Though the picture doesn't look too odd at first glance, it's the palm trees and roller coaster through the towering skyscrapers of Manhattan that really give it away.
The image appears to be the only glitch in the New York City search. Google is still directing search traffic to downtown Manhattan and not the Las Vegas hotel.
Take a look below:
If enough users report the photo, it will likely be removed from Google's system and replaced with another user-submitted photo or random street view of actual NYC.
In the meantime, New Yorkers will just have to dream on about having roller coasters and West Coast weather.
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