GoogleEarthing #39

Instructions:
Use Google Earth to find the image below somewhere on the face of the Earth. When you find it, tell us using the comment feature. And send an email to info@googleearthing.com so we can email you your GoogleEarthing Winner prize.


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Puzzle Solved by: Patroni (3)
Elapsed Time: 16 days 3 hrs 35 min
Location: 40°18′20.62″N, 17°49′16.81″E - Right next to Nardo Test Track in Italy

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9 Responses to “GoogleEarthing #39”

  1. Oh, I’m scouring the globe… but I’ve got nothing so far… in case anyone cares!

  2. Scour enough, and you might get it clean.

    I won’t post any more until we get a few solved. That way I won’t distract your focus.

  3. I have to commend you on your choice of location… countless hours and it still eludes me.

  4. I never felt this one was difficult, so it’s interesting to see that it turns out to have been.

  5. I give up on this one.

    Shadows say ‘northern hemisphere’.
    Semi-detached, well-planned and serialized housing says ‘european’, ground colour and swimming pool say ’southern and hot’, swimming pool and tennis courts say ‘rich’.

    I’d say this is a vacation village near the mediterranean/atlantic coast or a suburb to a major town in either portugal or spain, constructed in the ’80s/’90s. might also be in northern africa or elsewhere mediterranean.

    however, i spent a long time searching and didn’t spot this triangle pointing east…

    *sigh*, chris

  6. I haven’t given up yet… I bet you will find yourself looking again sometime, Chris!

    I very much agree with Chris’s logic though I have searched farther afield and spent plenty of time in the southwest USA. I didn’t notice the cut-off compass before, and searched some southern hemisphere locations.

    Here’s what I wrote in a private mail to Brad: “I’ve focused on coastal and resort areas… that may be the problem, but I figure if it’s got tennis courts and a pool it must be near something of scenic or recreational value. It’s a dry area, probably a Mediterranean climate.”

  7. 40°18′20.62″N, 17°49′16.81″E
    Right next to Nardo Test Track in Italy

  8. Patroni, you are my new god. Thank you for finding it and ending my pain!

  9. Way to go Patroni - I guess no one was looking in the heel of the Italian boot.

    My guess is that this is some kind of driver’s village that goes with the race track.

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