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Using knowledge gleaned from his own trips to North Korea, as well as tips from many others who have visited, Curtis and his crew of civilian spies have managed to plot into Google Maps previously unknown sites in North Korea such as secret prison camps, vast burial mounds, and missile storage facilities. His interactive project, called "North Korea Uncovered," has literally thousands of entries and is the most exhaustive map of North Korea to date.
Originally posted by breakingdradles
I stared looking at the Satellite views and realized, you could zoom in about as far as you can in the US in North Korean cities.
This struck me as strange as the pictures are taken from a low flying plane, and I didn't think NK would allow a low flying plane to take pictures for Google maps.
Originally posted by sc2099
Does anyone know what the yellow "propaganda" markers are on the map? Each one is a long row of objects of the same size and shape. Any clues?
Originally posted by rogerstigers
Heh, I was doing the same thing yesterday... Thought about scanning the supposed location of the nuke tests to lookfor craters...