some Strange pictures on Google Maps Observed by geolocation site users. From the formation of the swastika to the human face, the aerial capture of distant locations formed strange places on the map. See below at the most unusual photos ever recorded.
If viewed from above, the image resembles a human face, more precisely the image of an indigenous person. However, only the work of nature brings this perception, through the combination of soil erosion, wind and water.
In the southern part of the Topol Superior reservoir, a pentagonal design with a diameter of about 365 meters was found. Many people associate such a figure with malicious activities, but the picture is nothing more than an outline of a garden.
In the same country, drawings of the swastika were found more than two thousand years ago. At that time, images of the swastika were frequently used, as there was no political connection.
The images in the Gobi desert of China form a pattern of lines that, according to sources, consist of a secret military base of the country, which is used for weapons tests, improvement of spy satellites, among other secret activities.
In the United States, two strange photos were taken by Google Maps. The first, from a testing area also known as District 52, is located in Nevada. According to people’s reports, the place is full of underground facilities and there will be a nuclear device operating at the place.
Also in the United States, aerial photos of what could have been a church-owned bunker have been found to protect itself from the apocalypse. There are two overlapping circles with a large diamond shaped in the middle.
Located in the Azraq Oasis, circles that are more than 8000 years old have been found. Some of those striped designs that dot the Azraq Oasis in Jordan seem to have been laid out in line with the sunrise on the winter solstice. These creations are part of archaeological studies in the Middle East.
Found in West Darfur, the photograph records the shape of a human lip. Apparently, the structure formed naturally, although its origins have not been identified.
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