Google Earth has become one of the most useful tools on the web for finding geographic information about a certain place. It is a virtual map of the globe using several imaging techniques to achieve its final appearance.

It uses geographic information system (GIS) 3D globe, aerial photography, and satellite imagery to create superimposed images so that viewers can easily process the information. Advanced technology also enables users to simply enter the coordinates of a place they want to check out and the map zooms in on that particular spot – perfect for spying, eh?

Of course, there’s bound to be some crazily amazing stuff hidden across the globe that would appear on Google Earth if these are large enough to be recognizable.

Here’s a list of some of the unbelievably amazing finds on Google Earth – complete with coordinates so you could go and check them out for yourself.

Batman Symbol 26.357896, 127.783809 Okinawa, Japan Photo credit: Google Earth

Batman Symbol
26.357896, 127.783809
Okinawa, Japan
Photo credit: Google Earth

Is it safe to assume that this is Batman’s new headquarters (but I thought he lived in a cave!)?

Airplane Boneyard 32 08’59.96″ N, 110 50’09.03″W Tucson, Arizona Photo credit: Google Earth

Airplane Boneyard
32 08’59.96″ N, 110 50’09.03″W
Tucson, Arizona
Photo credit: Google Earth

Nope, that’s not a drawing of a map with airplane symbols.

Grand Prismatic Spring 44.525049, -110.83819 Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA Photo credit: Google Earth

Grand Prismatic Spring
44.525049, -110.83819
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA
Photo credit: Google Earth

This is a stunning photo of the largest hot spring in the United States.

Big Red Lips in the Desert 12°22’13.32″N, 23°19’20.18″E Sudan Photo credit: Google Earth

Big Red Lips in the Desert
12°22’13.32″N, 23°19’20.18″E
Sudan
Photo credit: Google Earth

The desert is never boring despite its lack of vegetation. Here’s a photo of a pair of red lips – perhaps, a goddess had kissed the sand and left her lipstick mark on the ground?

Solar Field 34.871778, -116.834192 Daggett, California Photo credit: Google Earth

Solar Field
34.871778, -116.834192
Daggett, California
Photo credit: Google Earth

Whoever said that solar fields are boring hasn’t seen this lovely formation in California.

Hippo Pool 6°53’53.00″ S 31°11’15.40″ E Katavi National Park, Tanzania Photo credit: Google Earth

Hippo Pool
6°53’53.00″ S 31°11’15.40″ E
Katavi National Park, Tanzania
Photo credit: Google Earth

The weird shapes on the murky waters are actually hippos!

UTA Flight 772 Desert Memorial 16.864841, 11.953808 Sahara Desert, southern Ténéré of Niger Photo credit: Google Earth

UTA Flight 772 Desert Memorial
16.864841, 11.953808
Sahara Desert, southern Ténéré of Niger
Photo credit: Google Earth

Yep! There exists such a symbol in the Sahara Desert to serve as memorial to the fatal UTA Flight 772 crash.

Oil Fields 37°39’16.06″S 68°10’16.42″W Rio Negro, Argentina Photo credit: Google Earth

Oil Fields
37°39’16.06″S 68°10’16.42″W
Rio Negro, Argentina
Photo credit: Google Earth

What looks like a weird game of connect the dots is actually a photo of oil fields in Argentina…and, no, we don’t know why they look that way.

A Most Phallic Buliding 41.84201, -89.485937 Dixon, Illinois, USA Photo credit: Google Earth

A Most Phallic Building
41.84201, -89.485937
Dixon, Illinois, USA
Photo credit: Google Earth

One architect or homeowner has a kinky sense of humor and created this phallic building.

Strange Symbol 37.401573, -116.867808 Nevada, USA Photo credit: Google Earth

Strange Symbol
37.401573, -116.867808
Nevada, USA
Photo credit: Google Earth

We bet this is the work of aliens…

Concentric Cirlces 39.623119, -107.635353 New Castle, Colorado, USA Photo credit: Google Earth

Concentric Circles
39.623119, -107.635353
New Castle, Colorado, USA
Photo credit: Google Earth

This looks like authentic crops circles – something that would be so difficult to execute and perfect from the ground. So, more alien work?

Mysterious Pattern 37.629562, -116.849556 Nevada, USA Photo credit: Google Earth

Mysterious Pattern
37.629562, -116.849556
Nevada, USA
Photo credit: Google Earth

Many of these weird patterns keep popping up on Google Earth.

Lion King 51.848637, -0.55462 Dunstable LU6 2LD, UK Photo credit: Google Earth

Lion King
51.848637, -0.55462
Dunstable LU6 2LD, UK
Photo credit: Google Earth

Someone’s a huge fan of lions in Dunstable.

World’s Biggest Pool -33.350534, -71.653268 Algarrobo, Valparaíso, Chile Photo credit: Google Earth

World’s Biggest Pool
-33.350534, -71.653268
Algarrobo, Valparaíso, Chile
Photo credit: Google Earth

Swimming in the world’s biggest swimming pool should be on your bucket list!

Giant Target 37.563936, -116.85123 Nevada, USA Photo credit: Google Earth

Giant Target
37.563936, -116.85123
Nevada, USA
Photo credit: Google Earth

Who made this giant target??? Is this some kind of proof that aliens exist?

Guitar-Shaped Forest -33.867886, -63.987 Córdoba, Argentina Photo credit: Google Earth

Guitar-Shaped Forest
-33.867886, -63.987
Córdoba, Argentina
Photo credit: Google Earth

Now, something really beautiful – a guitar-shaped forest.

Mysterious Desert Pattern 27°22’50.10″N, 33°37’54.62″E Red Sea Governorate, Egypt Photo credit: Google Earth

“Desert Breath” Man-made desert sculpture
27°22’50.10″N, 33°37’54.62″E
Red Sea Governorate, Egypt
Photo credit: Google Earth

…and here’s another one of those weird, hard-to-explain patterns in the desert.

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