If you tap the disclosure arrow in Apple Maps to view detail about a location, the preview image at the top of the info page gets the Ken Burns effect, slowly zooming in and out, rotating with other photos to give you warm fuzzies about the location.
[thanks Zev Eisenberg!]

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