14+1 Controversial Things Spotted On Google MapsTranslate

11 months ago · Old Is Gold · 1 Comments
Categories: Inspiration     Tags: Ongoogle · Things · Controversial
Believe it or not, we all use Google Maps on a daily basis and it seems that this is one of the most useful tool for finding geographical information. While using this Google tool, however, we can spot some really bizarre things. In case you have a detective eye and rich imagination, try Google Maps and this can turn into a great entertainment for you.

Below we have collected 14+1 images seen on Google Maps by ordinary users. Some can be explained, but others are a real mystery. 

14. The Mountain Top Logo Of Coca-Cola

14. The Mountain top logo of Coca-Cola
This is known to be the largest Coca-Cola logo in the world. It was placed on a slope of a mountain in Chile, and was made for the 100th anniversary of Coca-Cola in 1986. The logo is composed of 70,000 Coke bottles. How cool is that?

13. That mysterious Pyramid Located In Antarctica

13. That mysterious pyramid located in Antarctica
This photo raised many questions. Is the pyramid-shaped structure in the snow of Antarctica a legacy of an ancient civilization? Is it the real reason of the interest of the Third Reich in Antarctica. Or is that mysterious pyramid the legacy of the legendary Atlantis?

11. This Giant Footprint.

11. This giant footprint.
This is a photo of a maze, which has an unusual form which resembles a giant footprint. It is located in a small village near Hampshire county and is the longest maze in England.

8. An alien Cat

8. An alien cat
This geoglyph is approximately 9,000 years old. According to one version, this is a divine cat who came from another world. It is located in the driest place on the planet: the Atacama Desert, which hasn’t seen a single drop of rain for centuries.

7. A huge Collection Of aircraft

7. A huge collection of aircraft
Different types of old and new planes and other aircraft are located next to the small airport in Belgrade in the Museum of Aviation. Visitors can walk around and take a closer look at every detail of the airplanes. The museum owns more than 200 aircraft, including fragments of the American "Stealth" combat aircraft and F-16 Fighting Falcon.

6. A salt Factory Similar To a work Of art

6. A salt factory similar to a work of art
This is a small village in Niger with a population of 50 families. The main occupation of the local people is the extraction of salt from ponds full of mud. Each pond is filled with water, into which a special clay containing salt is placed. The salt water is then drained and filtered. Salt crystals become visible as the water evaporates.

5. A Turkish Flag In Cyprus

5. A Turkish flag in Cyprus
The giant flag of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus is painted on the slope of the Kyrenia Mountains. You can also see the motto of the republic next to the flag: "How happy is the one who says I am a Turk!" This is a phrase from the speech of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, delivered for the 10th anniversary of the Republic of Turkey.

4. An alien Spaceship

4. An alien spaceship
It seems a real alien spaceship has landed in Texas. In fact, it’s a local attraction called Futuro House. It was designed by Finnish architect Matti Suuronen in the 1960s. This architectural design once was very popular and represented people’s hope for future technologies. Today, only 30 Futuro Houses exist in different parts of the world.

3. This Is what Separated Antarctica From South America

3. This is what separated Antarctica from South America
This is another highly controversial thing spotted on Google Maps. Some scientists believe that the separation of the two continents was caused by a huge meteorite that hit Earth. Anyway, take a look at this picture — there may be some truth in this theory.

2. A waving Man In Australia

2. A waving man in Australia
This funny waving guy on the Australian Gold Coast is visible even from space. In fact, this is an ordinary floating pontoon for children, and it’s part of a small amusement park on the shore.

What Do You Think?

The Crabzilla image was a hoax perpetrated by a local artist by the name of Quinton Winter. It was debunked nearly 3 years ago
Hit “Like”
to see more Stories on Facebook