Google today announced a massive update to its Google Maps and Google Earth services that includes a large batch of new 45-degree high-resolution images from more than 23 U.S. cities and seven international locations.

"Improving the availability of more high quality imagery is one of the many ways we’re continuing to bring you the most comprehensive and accurate maps of the world. In this month’s update, you’ll find another extensive refresh to our high resolution aerial and satellite imagery (viewable in both Google Maps and Google Earth), as well as new 45 degree imagery in Google Maps spanning 30 new cities."

Above you can see images of Coca-Cola Park in Allentown, PA, and Abraj Al Bait, the world's largest clockface, in Mecca Saudi Arabia . 

At the start of the 2012 Olympics, Google released a large batch of high-resolution imagery from 25 international cities and 72 countries, including the Olympic Park and Olympic Village in London.

Head over to the Google Blog to see a list of cities and areas with updated imagery. 

[Google via CNET