We all love to get astonished. Today, we have brought you the most surprising and unexpected images that got captured by Google Earth.
1. Nazca Lines, Peru
The Nazca Lines are geoglyphs located in an arid coastal area of Peru. They cover an estimated 170 square miles (450 square kilometers)
2. Landlocked Lips, Sudan
Formed by 2 rocky ridges and is half a mile long hill in the Gharb region of Sudan’s West Darfur state.
3. The Boneyard, USA
This base became a retirement home for over 4,400 US fighter planes. It’s closed to the general public, but Google Earth provides an image of what’s inside.
4. Fort Bourtange, The Netherlands
Star fort in the Netherlands was built in 1593 under the orders of William the Silent. Its original purpose was to control the only road between Germany and the city of Groningen.
5. Desert Breath, Egypt
Desert Breath located in the Egyptian desert near Hurghada on the Red Sea coast, is a double-spiral work of land art. It was created by 3 artists in 1997, and it consists of 89 protruding cones.
6. A strange cloud formation in Italy
In Italy, an unusual object was spotted above the highway, and it was never find out what actually was it.