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TOP 5 Interesting things you can find on Google Earth

As you maybe know, Google Earth is a handy thing you can use to look at the other end of the world, without having to leave the comfort of home.

But beautiful beaches, houses, and cities are not the only things you can find in this service. After zooming into some places, you can see things you might never have thought of. That's why we're bringing you a list of TOP 5 places that can be traced on Google Earth.

5. Strange triangle pattern

37°37'46.4"N 116°50'58.4"W

Nevada, USA

After the automatic zoom, Google Earth takes us to a triangle, which contains several smaller circles. You can see in the picture that there is nothing in the vicinity. Is this a work of man or someone else?

4. Coca Cola Logo

18°31'45.2"S 70°14'59.8"W

Arica, Arica y Parinacota, Chile

When we take a look onto a South American country on behalf of Chile, on given coordinates, you can notice the large logo of the famous brand of Coca Cola beverages. Is this a hidden message for us? Or just a mere commercial ad?

3. Batman Symbol

26°21'28.4"N 127°47'01.7"E

Okinawa, Japan

Something similar is located in Japan, but it's not a product or advertising, but the emblem of Batman himself.

2. Friendly Giant

19°56'56.96″S 69°38'1.83″W

Huara, Tarapacá, Chile

Back in Chile, we can see a very friendly giant, about which we still aren't sure how he got there. If, of course, people are responsible for this wonderful look, hats off.

1. Guitar-shaped forest

33°52'04.4"S 63°59'13.2"W

Córdoba, Argentina

For the last recommendation, I looked into Argentina, where a forest resembling a guitar sprawls. If you look at Google Earth now, you can see that the strings of this guitar are no longer green, but beautifully purple. No matter who is behind this creation, you can see that he really cared about it.

There is, of course, much more to be found on Google Earth than we have recommended. But if you are curious about else you can find, visit Google Earth and search for each corner. Have fun!