Marble is an open source KDE Education Project program similar to NASA World Wind or Google Earth. Besides choosing any number of maps to view on your globe (including OpenStreetMap), you are encouraged to include a KDE Marble widget in your application.
On the desktop, choose. You will see a window like this:
Scale the globe by rotating the wheel of your mouse.
To move around press the left button of your mouse and move it.
Marble has 11 different views (themes):
Earth at Night
Historical Map 1689
To find a location, enter its name into the search line on the top of “Search” panel. As you start typing, suggestions below the search line will appear like this:
Use bookmarks in Marble to remember the location of something.
To add a bookmark, press the left button of your mouse and click “Add bookmark”. A window will appear like this:
Write the name, description and destination folder of the bookmark
Click the “Ok” button. Then the bookmark will appear.
To manage bookmarks, go to “Bookmarks->Manage Bookmarks”.
Try to use the Routing feature. See the Marble documentation for help.
See the Marble homepage for more information.