Over the course of the last dozen years goofy public art projects have become a staple of major North American cities during the summer months. You know the ones, where a hundred or more fiberglass sculptures of something, each with an individualized paint job, pop up to dot the landscape. You might find multi-colored cows, horses, cartoon cars, or moose scattered everywhere.
How thoughtful. Google maps not only directed one motorist to his desired address, but also found a creative place for him to park. Actually, it's just some public art. Using the satellite image feature, a visitor to this particular address in the Hague, Netherlands, will see an image of some wall art that looks suspiciously like a possible cure for overcrowding. Click here for the map link.