Google Maps allow you finding pictures of some pretty amazing locations. Here are a few that are truly unusual and even acknowledging. Go inside the post to find out more.
This is the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. Reagan, the 40th President of the USA, started his fast-growing career as an actor in Hollywood, and though he didn’t become very popular as an actor, he became a well known statesman. The doors of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library were opened in a small town of Simi Valley (California) in 1991.
Here is a zoomed-in version of Reagan Presidential Library.
This is the Discovery Scientific Center. Its main task is to educate young minds using interactive exhibits and programs. The building itself looks pretty unusual. In particular, this black cube that is situated on the roof attracts child’s attention from a distance.
This mystic airplane was discovered in Khaled airport (Saudi Arabia). Aside from the main terminal there was a sketch of a jet drawn on the desert sand. People still argue if these are the consequences of a jet crash or the joke of nature.
This Texas State History Museum is named after former Texas Governor Bob Bullock who championed its creating. The cost of the construction was over $80 million.
This drawing on German field was noticed in 2005. I wonder who is drawn here.
The Ziggurat in West Sacramento (California) is a 10-floor pyramidal building on the riverside of Sacramento. The building exterior reminds of ziggurats found near Mesopotamia, but it’s built from metal.
This is the building where Santa Clara Yahoo! office (an American company that owns the second most popular search engine in the world) is based. The secret competition between the two popular services - Yahoo! and Google – is hold not only online but also in real life where these companies are competing for the best office.
Is this art or a twist of fate? A combination of casual natural factors has formed a human face on a natural landscape.
This natural purple landscape was found near Alaska on the Beaufort Sea coast.
It’s a zoomed-in picture.
This Picayune Strand State Forest (national preserve) in Florida is a truly magic place. It is the world’s largest lime «valley» that is 35.5 km at length and 3-5 km in width. You can meet rare wild animals being under the threat of disappearance.
This lake is situated on the Baffin Island (North Canada). Most of Baffin Island lies above the Arctic Circle. Severe life terms are the reason why only 11 thousand people live here.
This picture of Antarctica was taken from a satellite. You can see red mountains pushing through the snow layer.
These are anomalies of unknown origin in the Sahara desert.
San Andreas strike-slip fault was on news on April 18, 1906, when sudden displacement along the fault produced the great San Francisco earthquake and fire. The fault runs a length of hundreds of kilometers. It often becomes the arena of strong earthquakes. In this picture you can see San Andreas fault in California.
This glacier lies on the Fogo Island. “Fogo” is a Portuguese word for “fire”. This name was given to the Island because next to the glacier you can find an asleep volcano.
Canadian Green Field is decorated with many rows of zigzags. Maybe it’s some kind of an irrigation system?