10 of the most unusual things you can see on Google Maps - from a flying hare to people dressed as pigeons

Google Maps was first born in 2005, and was touted as a solution to help people “get from point A to point B”

Friday, 22nd January 2021, 3:57 pm
Have you seen any weird things on Google Maps?

While many of us still rely on Google Maps today to get us to and from our destinations, a fun byproduct of the tool is seeing all kinds of amazing, and weird, things from around the world, via the website’s Street View function.

Here are 10 of the strangest, weirdest, funniest and awe-inspiring things you can see on Google Maps.

This guitar-shaped forest is made up of over 7,000 cypress and eucalyptus trees, and is found in Argentina. Pedro Martin Ureta created the incredible piece of art with his children in a tribute to his wife, Graciela, who died in 1977.

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This is the work of a group of Japanese students, who all donned the same rubber pigeon mask to make this, slightly creepy, Google Maps moment. The photo was taken on a sidewalk along the Tamagawa-josui.
The Cerne Abbas Giant is situated near the village of Cerne Abbas in Dorset, England. The origins and age of the giant figure are quite unclear, though the earliest mention of it dates to the late 17th century.
This cheeky little frog can be seen wandering the streets of Prague, striking cute poses for Google Maps.
Found in the Chilean desert, this giant Coca-Cola logo was constructed to celebrate the brand’s 100th anniversary, and is made from 70,000 empty Coke bottles.
Spotted in Poland, this hare appears to be aiming for the sky.
Spiderman doesn’t just spend his days swinging around Queens in New York City - here he can be seen observing the streets of Aichi, in Japan.
Perhaps a long lost cousin of Mr Frog in Prague, here’s Goatman jamming out on the guitar on the roads of Japan.
In Western Australia, this person has opted for a rather unusual way to transport themselves, and their stuffed bird toy - via penny farthing.
Who knows where this gorilla passenger, seen in Texas, was heading, but it seems like they’re in a rush.