15 forbidden places on the planet that Google Earth won't show youPictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/15-forbidden-places-on-the-planet-that-google-earth-wont-show-you
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Do you want to take a closer look at the Eiffel Tower, but you don't know when you can go to Paris? You can look at Google Earth, as well as stroll through the quiet streets of the famous city.
But not everything on our planet can be viewed on Google Earth, there is a list of places whose images will be blurred or distorted on maps, and sometimes completely deleted. This is usually done for security reasons, as regards, for example, airports. But why other places from our list can't be viewed, we don't even know.
Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany. The object is partially cut out.
The city of Valencia, Philippines. It is said that the government headquarters of the missile defense program is located in the city.
A closed city in Siberia, Russia. No one knows what exactly is in this region. There are rumors that this is one of the secret military cities or a radar station.
Royal Residence, Netherlands. The Royal Palace of the Dutch monarchs Huis Ten is greatly blurred when approaching.
Faroe Islands, Denmark. It is believed that some military structures are located in the area hidden on the map.
Missile silo, Spain.
Mount Kantega is the highest peak of the Himalayas in Nepal.
The Ionospheric Research Complex (HAARP - High-frequency Aurora Research Program) is located near Gakona, Alaska, USA. There are rumors that experiments with the weather were conducted there, as well as experiments related to UFOs.
An oil refining plant in Sazhalombatta, Hungary.
Volkel Air Base, Netherlands.
Baker Lake is an Inuit (or Eskimo) territory in Northern Canada.
The city of Babylon, Iraq.
Russia, the house of Alexey Miller, Executive Director of Gazprom.
Tantauco National Park in Chile, home to many endangered species of animals.
And finally: Google Earth has a whole story with North Korea. Since Google Earth was launched, the territory of North Korea has not been filled. And only three years ago, the company was able to add information, including street names and even outlines of prison camps. Previously, you could only see the name of the country. Still, the new attempt is a good illustration of how much about North Korea remains unknown or unconfirmed.