Google Maps is distinguished by its ability to document the coordinates of every corner of the earth, but some sites are very secret and no photos are allowed to be taken. The British “The Sun” website revealed some of these secret sites:
Mururoa, French Polynesia: It is a small atoll in the South Pacific. The reason for the censorship imposed on a large part of the island is unknown, but some suspect that it is related to the island’s nuclear history.
France conducted about 181 important nuclear tests on the atoll between 1966 and 1996.
2207 Seymour Avenue, Ohio: This controlled house is the site of the Ariel Castro kidnappings, which occurred between 2002 and 2004 in Cleveland, Ohio, and Castro kidnapped 3 young women and held them at his home until May 2013.
In the end, one of them escaped and informed the police.
- A house in Stockton-on-Tees: It is not entirely clear why this house located on the humble Stockton-on-Tees Street, in the county of Drumm in northeast England, does not even have a resident where Jane Allison has no idea, and she said: “I have lived This house has been around since 2000, and I don’t know why it can’t be revealed. ”
Taiwan Air Force Base: This Taiwanese Air Force base is strange because it is not actually clear on Google Maps. Indeed, it is not surprising that military installations are often hidden on Google Maps.
Greek military base: The reason for hiding it from Google Maps has not been clarified, but this type of lack of clarity is often related to national security.
French nuclear facility: The AREVA La Hague facility deals with spent nuclear fuel from several countries around the world, and was opened in 1976.
However, Greenpeace has been campaigning to shut it down since 1997, after allegations that it disposes of “a million liters of liquid radioactive waste per day” in the ocean.
- Polish Special Forces base “Dowództwo Wojsk Specjalnych” was responsible for commanding and training the Polish Special Forces; although a different organization is dealing with this now. It is still not clear on Google Maps.
- Patio de Los Naranjos in Spain: It is not clear why the area was blocked from seeing on Google Maps; however, it is likely that it is related to government buildings nearby.
Sandy Island, or what is known as the “fake island”: It is included in many maps and navigational charts, where New Caledonia (French Territory) is located.
The island was shown on Google Maps until November 2012, when Australian scientists confirmed its disappearance.