AN eagle-eyed Google Maps sleuth has found a strange doorway built into rock which has sparked some wild theories.
The image was uploaded by a Reddit user with the tagline “entrance to…” which appeared to show the door having been carved into a stone structure on a mountainside.
Internet sleuths then did some digging around to find out what the structure actually was, with some coming up with some interesting theories.
One wrote: "It seems to be in Turkey, between Burdur and Denizli.
"There are many ancient Greek cities in that part of the country: this thing could be a part of such an archeological site. Closest one seems to be 'Kibyra' but it is still pretty far.
"Edit: I found some article in Turkish that there are some archeological findings in Derekoy, if anyone interested."
Another Reddit user took a more light-hearted view, saying the doorway was on the planet “Uranus”.
A third user thought it could possibly be an entrance to a “tomb or burial site”.
They added: "On a serious note it does seem likely to be the entrance to a tomb/burial site.
"Feel like I've seen that type of arch at entrances to tombs before."
Earlier this month a Google Maps sleuth thought he spotted a “Kraken" sea monster in a distorted image on the site.
A Kraken is a sea monster from Greek mythology which reportedly possessed tremendous size and strength.
Taking to the forum, he wrote: "I'm not familiar with how Google decides to render certain objects via satellite or whether there have been cases of recorded volcanic disturbances but this does not appear to be any sort of vessel and its sheer length rivals the maximum recorded blue whale.
"Let me know what you guys think it is!"
The post was soon inundated with comments as imaginative viewers began to theorise what the object could be.
Also this month another user discovered Google Maps had censored a so-called “nuke island”.
Satellite imagery provided by the digital map service shows the left side of Mururoa in French Polynesia, but blurs the other half.
In place of satellite imagery is a blueish blob that obscures whatever lies beneath from users.
Moruroa is a small atoll in the southern Pacific Ocean.
It's not clear why much of the island is censored, but some suspect it relates to the island's nuclear history.
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