GoogleEarthing #65

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.

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Solved by: Adriaan
Location: Megafon, Moscow, Russia
55 44 07 N, 37 36 22 E

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15 Responses to “GoogleEarthing #65”

  1. Well, I’m flummoxed. Solar panels? Or a small part of a very large roof?

  2. I’ve been wondering aboout this one too. My guess: something to do with agriculture. Like greenhouses without roofs.

  3. try entering these coordinates:
    37 25′17.14″N 122 05′03.82″ W

  4. Nope - it’s not the GooglePlex


  5. The image has been updated here.


  6. Oh no! Geocentre Consulting. I believe they’re a Russia based company….

  7. Wow, that’s a significantly different impression with the new image.

    Russia??!!?? Ugh.


  8. What’s the matter with Russia? It may be the largest country in the world, but once you figure out their alphabet, at least it’s an easy language to read, even if you don’t know what the words mean.


  9. “at least it’s an easy language to read, even if you don’t know what the words mean.”

    That much I can do.

    I’ve sent you some emails in the past week. Have you got them?


  10. Well, the letters (at least that’s what I think they are) at the top of this image haven’t been helpfull so far. The only one I’m sure of is a M. There might be a larger O or maybe that’s just a logo or something.

  11. I can’t believe it, but it’s true: I’ve found this place!
    The letters mentioned above can be seen here:

    It’s in Moscow, Russia.
    55 44 07 N, 37 36 22 E

  12. Thats a great spot with the letters. 3 in a day. Is that a record?

  13. It was Brad’s comment from november 12 that brought the letters to my attention. My first comment from today sparked a new search, first in Omsk (because of the possible O m ), then Moscow…

  14. You, sir, are on a roll! Keep this up and the back-log will be dealt with pronto.


  15. Thanks. I’m still a bit baffled by this one though: why didn’t I spot this back in may 2006 when I found #81? It’s only 200 feet away!

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