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Mission Temple Geotagging

Mission Temple Geotagging

Mission Temple Geo-tagging refers to the process of attaching geographic information to digital images, videos, or other media related to Mission temples. This can be done by manually entering the location informa-tion or by using GPS technology to automatically capture the location data. The geographic information is then embedded in the media file’s metadata, which can be read by software applications to display the location of the Mission temple on a map. Geotagging can be useful for various purposes such as creating historical records, monitoring the condition of temples and their surroundings, creating virtual tours, and promoting tourism. It can also be used to create a database of all the Mission temples with their location and other details, which can be accessed by interested parties such as researchers, conservationists, and tourists.

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