Double click a special spot on an ordinary street in London and Google Maps will whisk you inside the Tardis, the time machine Dr. Who pilots in the popular TV show. To access the link from the new version of Google Maps, look to the left at some multicolored chairs, and move your mouse in front of them. When the cursor changes noticeably, double click.
Pert and perfectly formed, this plowed field in the tiny town of Catalani in Sicily looks for all the world like a human torso -- a cheeky one at that.
Hang out in a Turkish bath.
Google claims their Street View car did not run over this donkey.
No big deal. Just a fighter jet in a parking lot.
Someone's got to clean the camera.
SWAT team, ready to go.
Upside down, outside Google headquarters.
Google made headlines by adding data from North Korea to its mapping program in January. But that's hardly the strangest thing on Google Maps. From a trip inside a Turkish bath to a giant pentagram in Kazhakstan, here's the best from the wide world of maps.