We're always excited to see what our users do with KML files and Google Earth -- whether it's a timeline of the history of London, a tour of the works of Claes Oldenburg, or a virtual Namibian road trip. And we're always trying to make it easy to create and share interesting geographic content.

We've introduced a new feature that lets you much more easily search, browse and discover some of the best geographic content directly within Google Earth. Once you've downloaded the latest version of Google Earth, just click the 'Add Content' button in the 'Places' panel, and you can explore our gallery of KML files that have been submitted by users. See what's popular with other Earth users by browsing the 'Popular' category, or take a look at some of our favorite files by choosing 'Featured.'

If you have a KML that you'd like to share, we'd love to include it as well. Please submit any content using this form, and we'll add it to the directory (in a few weeks) so that other people can easily find it.