22 Google Maps Easter Eggs You Need To See To Believe

The Badlands Guardian 50° 0’38.20″N 110° 6’48.32″W Walsh, Alberta, Canada

Roll back a few years ago, and satellite imaging for the use of the general public was nothing but a futuristic sci-fi geeks dream. But Google Earth has changed all that in a seemingly rapidly developing application, being able to show not only maps of the ENTIRE EARTH, but also render 3D models of some famous cities. And the awesomeness doesn’t stop there. It is also now mapping the moon. The freaking moon.

  The Badlands Guardian or “The Indian Head” is a geomorphical figure. Yes, geomorphical — that’s 100% natural. The figure was created through the natural processes of erosion caused by the action of water and wind.

World’s Biggest Pool -33.350534, -71.653268 Algarrobo, Valparaíso, Chile

This is the pool of the famous San Alfonso del Mar private resort. Yes, that is the biggest pool in the world. It's 3,323 ft and it covers 20 acres. That's around 250 million liters of pool water. Water's pumped straight from the Pacific Ocean.