Using Google Earth you can explore your neighbor’s backyard as easily as a North Korean military base (but maybe the backyard is more interesting.) We agree that visiting breathtaking landmarks in person is the best way to see them, but if your budget is limited, you can try satellite tourism – like visiting The Roman Coliseum or The Great Wall of China – with Google Earth. Like Google itself, Google Earth has its own secret places that are compiled below.
1.Buffalo Herd. Kigosi Game Reserve, Tanzania.
2. Fighter Jets in Parking. California, USA.
3. Biggest Pool in the World. Chile.
4. Man-Shaped Lake. Brazil.
5. The Hunger Games with Apple. Italy.
6. A Cruise Ship Parked Between Skyscrapers. Hong Kong.
7. Mysterious Concentric Cirlces. Colorado, USA.
8. Island in a Lake in an Island in a Lake. Canada.
9. Overturned Car. Germany.
10. Ape Face. Russia.
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11. Palm Island. Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
12. That is Where Dick Lives. Illinois, USA.
13. Coca-Cola Mirage. Chile.
14. Lucky Clover. Ireland.
15. Another Jet in a Parking Lot. France.
16. Grand Prismatic Spring. USA.
17. Red Lips in the Middle of Desert. Sudan.
18. Gulliver’s Voyage to Lilliput. Scotland, UK.
19. Giant US Flag. Houston, USA
20. Solar Field. California, USA.
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21. Come Downtown and Play. USA.
22. Batman Symbol. Japan.
23. Barringer Meteor Crater. Arizona.
24. Heart-Shaped Land Formation. New Caledonia.
25. 1:20 Scale Model of Disputed Border Region between India and China. China.
26. Splendid Work of a Witty Architect. Denmark.
27. Land Art. Germany.
28. Oil Fields. Argentina.
29. Swastika-Shaped Building Complex. California, USA.
30. Big Friendly-looking Humanoid. Huara, Chile.
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31. Find Patrick in the Bushes Design. UK.
32. Da Vinci Come Back. Germany.
33. Giant Rabbit. Prata Nevoso, Italy.
34. Spider Man’s Vehicle. The Netherlands.
35. Star-shaped Fort. The Netherlands.
36. Firefox Crop Art. Oregon, USA.
37. Lion King. UK.
38. Guitar-Shaped Forest. Argentina.
39. Jesus Loves You. Idaho, USA.
40. A Smile. Belarus.
Happy trails! And if you have some interesting Google Earth finds for us, share the coordinates in the comments.