We always rely on Google Maps to describe the most complex of details about places, from continents under their very homes on the streets. But did you know that there are many places that Google stops showing us? No problem. The secret is out and the smart-ass search engine can’t fool us anymore by including patthically blotching from the map or ‘photoshopping’ places from the map, including the entire country!
1. Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany
Well, what did you expect? It is an air force base for crying out loud.
2. HAARP Site, Gakona, Alaska
High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, Or HAARP, is one of the most controversial campaigns currently being conducted in the US, and forms the basis for several types of conspiracy theories. Do I need to say anything else?
3. Babylon, Iraq
Once on the list Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, And is a major part of Holy Bible, The place now appears as an uneven farm on Google Maps. It is famous for Saddam Hussein’s endless efforts to rebuild it, brick by brick. So, maybe now it is not for our eyes to hide some hidden secrets?
4. Alexei Miller, CEO of House of Gazprom, Russia
He is the president of Russia’s largest company and the world’s largest producer of natural gas. It’s huge, isn’t it? But if this guy is worried about his safety, he can give himself presidential level security, so why go all the way to remove his home location from Google Maps?
5. Kevoi Dam, South Carolina
You can’t blame Google on this. Helps run the dam Oconee Nuclear Station. You got that right NUCLEAR STATION.
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6. Volkel Air Base, Netherlands
According to former Dutch Prime Minister Rude Lubers, the base is home to bunkers 22 US nuclear bombs, With a four-fold yield of bombs used in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. And you thought that there was some very abstract artwork by Google. Hilarious laugh.
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7. Baker Lake, Nunavut
Actually a rectangular area is blacked out Supernatural beacon, Which promotes navigation and position-finding across our galaxy. Creeps, doesn’t it?
8. Sajjalombatta Oil Refinery, Hungary
The Hungarian Oil Refinery requested Google to have their location removed, and all we have left now is an ugly patch of green that makes people like “WTF”. Who knows what they are trying to do….
9. 2207 Seymour Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Apparently, the owner of this house kept 3 women captive here for more than 10 years. The house was demolished after they ran away, but Google still doesn’t want you to see it for god’s sake what the reasons are.
10. Colonel Sanders Face, Every KFC
Colonel Sanders, the person you see on the logo of your favorite fried chicken take-out, was probably a little worried about his privacy.
11. Army Logistics Command Headquarters Building, Taiwan
Well, again, this is a Military site. It is in fact one of Taiwan’s various military sites, with Google’s blurring on maps of the nation’s authorities.
12. Valencia City, Philippines
Almost the entire city is unavailable on Google Earth. When you zoom into part of the city, they appear blurred or pixelated. You also cannot say that Google missed Valencia, because the city has to be too big to remember.
13. Severnaya Zamalia, Russian Arctic
This archipelago in the Russian Arctic region is deprived of human existence and influence. What then, is the reason for its censorship, is a mystery.
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14. Faroe Islands, North Atlantic Ocean
Ancient WWII military base There may be a good reason on the island, but Google can at least speed up the borders of the islands if we don’t show what is in them. It cannot be removed from the map just because there is not much happening in this area in terms of people….Or is it?
15. Gabikovo Power Plant, Gabikovo, Slovakia
If you just happen to scroll over this area, you will probably never notice how efficiently and secretly the switchyard of this power plant has been hidden. But if you stop and look closely you will realize that the area of grass where the plant was supposed to be is actually a patchwork that is completely mixed. Great Job, Google!
16. Chekhov near Moscow, Russia
The reasons for blurring this city are unclear, and only when it is fully accessible when someone switches Street View.
17. Marcoule Nuclear Site, Chusklan, France
Now there really can be no mystery as to why A. Nuclear power site using the Uranium and Plutonium Oxide Was even the center of one Explosion in 2011 The map has been closed, can there?
18. North Korea
Is listed between ‘axis of evil’, North Korea is one of the most feared nations in the world … and for the right reasons! As of February 2013, North Korea was present as a foggy spot on Google Maps, with just the capital city, FionyangIt is inscribed on it. Trust me, you will not even want to travel to this bloody country.
19. Indian Point Power Plant, New York, USA
environmental concernsRisk of Radioactive leakage, And fears that it is too weak to be able to withstand a major Earthquake, There are several reasons that experts are repeatedly citing in their desperate proposals to shut down this power plant. This sensitive issue is better than not being on Google Maps.
These are not all. There are many other places that Google Earth hides in its secret places. Any other place address? Share them in the comments below.
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