You can search for a video according to location on Movies on Map or can simply browse the map and click on the video icons to watch a video. Your searching and browsing can be refined by location as well as by video type. The video types are hand/ ground level tours, action videos, drone/ aerial tours, dive/ underwater videos, and 360 videos.
Movies on Map is a relatively new site so there isn’t a ton of good content on it, yet. It is open for registered users to add videos of their own so hopefully more content is added soon.
Applications for Education
I watched about a dozen clips on Movies on Map and didn’t find anything objectionable in the videos. That said, I’m not sure how much filtering is done before videos appear on the map. For that reason I’d recommend using Movies on Map as a teacher to find videos to share with your students rather than sending students to the site to explore it on their own.
On a related note, you could have your students make their own version of Movies on Map by creating custom maps with Google’s My Maps tool. This video shows you how to add videos to maps in Google’s My Maps.