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

  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.

Lion King 51.848637, -0.55462 Dunstable LU6 2LD, UK

This lion is here on purpose, tough we are not quite sure what it is. But thinking about it, the lion is the national symbol of the United Kingdom. It's also commonly used in the coat of arms of royalty and chivalry. Perhaps whoever made this work of art wanted to send out that message.

Potash Ponds 38°29’0.16″N 109°40’52.80″W Moab, Utah, USA

  You’re looking at the facility of Intrepid Potash, Inc. — the company that’s the largest producer of potassium chloride in the United States. This is one of the company’s potash evaporation ponds. Why do the ponds look like this? It’s science — we’re looking at the evaporation process that’s used to extract potassium chloride.

Flipped Car 51°19’18.13″N, 6°34’35.64″E Krefeld, Germany

  If you’re wondering if this is another one of those perfectly timed photos, you maybe right. Talk about bad timing. Google takes a photo of you and you’re in this situation. Oh well, at least you’re Google Earth famous!