20 Amazing Images You’ll Only See on GOOGLE EARTH

The dream of most humans is to get to know the entire planet earth down to its deepest corner; Google Earth can help us a little with its satellite panorama to fulfill that pleasant trip virtually.

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The following 20 images will surprise you either by their nature or by the creativity of some artists who decided to project their works on other planets.

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1. An airplane graveyard in Tucson, Arizona

Coordinates: 32 08’59.96″ N 110 50’09.03″W

Airplane Cemetery in Tucson, Arizona

This air base, located in the Mojave Desert, is the largest in the world at 2,600 hectares. It is the largest aircraft graveyard in the world, with more than 4,000 aircraft retired from active duty by the U.S. armed forces.

2. Plane Crash

Coordinates removed by Google Earth

Fake Plane Crash in France

This accident caused a stir in Europe in 2012 when they thought it was real, however, a television network made the montage to increase its rating levels.

3. Floating Bear

Coordinates: 44°58’0.89″N 124° 1’7.09″W

Helium inflated balloon shade from Google Earth

Captured in 2001 on the shores of Lincoln City, Oregon, the shadow belongs to a helium-inflated balloon, which was apparently released from a child.

4. Spanish Plantations

Coordinates: 37º43’24.70″ N 6º34’29.75″ W

Grasslands in Andalusia, Spain

These semi-curved lines belong to plantations of various foods in Andalusia, Spain, forming an impressive optical effect.

5. Symmetrical Park

Coordinates: 49°10’15.94″N 123° 0’49.29″W

Parkin Vancouver, Canada

This rosette-shaped park is located just outside of Vancouver, Canada.

6. A Poodle

Coordinates: 48°48’20.96″N 2° 7’5.08″E

French Poodle Face in France

In the Parks of the Palace of Versailles, France, the face of the country’s characteristic puppy is formed; French Poodle.

7. Coca Cola didn’t want to be left behind

Coordinates: 30° 5’22.82″N 97° 8’24.41″W

Coca Cola Advertising For Google Earth In The Chilean Desert

In 2007, Coca Cola decided to advertise in the Chilean desert specifically to be seen from Google Earth.

8. Makeup Set

Coordinates: 5°5’28.85″S 81°7’36.44″W

Makeup Set in Peru

Warehouses where cement paints are stored in Peru.

9. Horse

Coordinates: 51°39’3.55″N 3°15’20.91″W

Green Trojan Horse

The artist of this huge horse formed in the fields of the United Kingdom is unknown.

10. Boat at the bottom of the sea

Coordinates: 30.541634,47.825445

Sunken ship at the bottom of the sea

Google was able to capture a ship at the bottom of the sea somewhere in the world.

11. A Mickey Mouse Lake

Coordinates: 28.396403,-81.578271

Mickey Mouse Lake

This lake is not at Disneyland, but at some private residence.

12. Elephants

Coordinates: 10.903497,19.93229

Herd of elephants

These Cute Elephants in the Savannah of Africa is a cute Google post for you.

13. Strange Red Lake

Coordinates: 33.39845000,44.48416800

Red Lake in Iraq 2007

This strange red lake was captured in Iraq in 2009.

14. Oprah Winfreys

Coordinates: 33.225488, -111.5955

Oprah Winfrey Fan Immortalizes Her on Google

A fanatical farmer in Arizona dedicated 10 acres to Oprah.

15. Pink Rabbit

Coordinates: 44.244273,7.769737

Pink rabbit in Italy

This pink bunny is 200 feet long and is located in Prata Nevoso, Italy. It was built by a group of artists from Vienna, its name is “Hare”.

16. Hiccups sunbathing

Coordinates: 6 37 44.05S, 31 08 09.49E

Hippos sunbathing muddy

A refreshing moment for a good number of hippos in African lands.

17. Zurcos at the bottom of the sea

Coordinates: 23°28’11.84″N 75°51’57.68″W

Leftovers seen at the bottom of the white sea of the Bahamas

This landscape surrounds from the bottom of the sea the islands near Michelson, Exuma, in the Bahamas.

18. Creating Islands

Coordinates: 25° 7’2.64″N, 55° 7’59.28″E

Dubai islands created by the hand of man

Whims in the UAE know no bounds. This crowned palm was built in Dubai, and is made up of three identical islands that were built over the sea with 500,000 thousand cubic meters of stones and sand.

19. Alternative Art

Coordinates: 27°22’50.10″N, 33°37’54.62″E

Alternative Art in the Egyptian Desert

A group of Egyptian artists used backhoes and graders to create their work. In 1997 the installation called Desert Respite created two spirals that sit 0.25 miles side-by-side in the Egyptian desert.

20. Cat’s Eye in Japan

Coordinates: 39°51’50.35″N, 116°22’21.78″E

World's largest railway station

The railway station in Beijing, China is the most impressive and modern railway station in the world. Viewed from Google’s satellite, it simulates a cat’s eye.



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