Did you know that some places across the globe are considered so classified that we can’t even see them on Google Maps?

We’ve already revealed some of the places that world governments and secretive corporations don’t want you to see, but there are so many more being concealed before our very eyes.

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Check our list below and discover even more in the video below. Simply hit the play button.


Moruroa, French Polynesia

Hidden places on Google Maps - Moruroa, French Polynesia

Among the French Polynesian islands scattered in the South Pacific is an atoll called Moruroa, which looks like it may have something to hide...

Parts of the island are visible on Google Maps, while others are really quite blurred; making it impossible to figure out what may be hiding beneath. An airstrip, dock and some buildings are said to be on the island.

France conducted more than 170 nuclear weapons tests near Mururoa between 1966 and 1996 – could this be the reason for the blackout?

Click here to explore Moruroa on Google Maps

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Taipei, Taiwan

Hidden places on Google Maps - Taipei, Taiwan

This facility is the Republic of China Air Force in the Daan District of Taiwan’s Taipei. Looks fine, right? Look again.

The entire space is suspiciously shaded differently to surrounding areas, leaving us to assume this view has been replaced with a doctored image.

Click here to explore Taipei, Taiwan on Google Maps

Warsaw, Poland

Hidden places on Google Maps - Warsaw, Poland

Similar to the Republic of China Air Force facility in Taipei, this area in the Polish capital is strangely coloured.

The site is offices of the Military Property Agency and the Military Technical Supervision Office, so it wouldn’t surprise that they’d decide to hide it a bit…

Click here to explore Warsaw, Poland on Google Maps

Utrecht, Netherlands


In Holland there is a house that is mysteriously pixelated on a road in the city of Utrecht. At Oorsprongpark 8 the roof is blurred, which is very noticeable when compared ot the other houses in the terrace. 

What's also interesting is the front of the house on Google Street view remains unblurred...

Click here to explore Utrecht, Netherlands

Stockton-on-Tees, England


On Princeport Road in Stockton-on-Tees there are homes that have also been singled out for pixellation. The houses' fronts on this quiet residential street remain invisible to anyone looking them up on Google Maps. 

The owner of one of the houses told her local newspaper she has no idea why it's been blacked out. 

Click here to explore Stockton-on-Tees, England

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