This map helps you find the antipodes (the other side of the world) of any place on Earth.
The Left Map presents the place for which you want to find the antipodal point. The Right Map shows the antipodal point for the selected location on the left map.
Drag the left map, by clicking and holding as you move it, and when you will find the desired location, just click on it, and our "man" will dig a tunnel from selected location, right through the center of the Earth, up to the other side of the world which will be represented on Right Map.
Both maps can be moved and zoomed in and out. Bellow each map you can view the selected location address and geographical coordinates (latitude and longitude).
The antipodes of any place on the Earth is the point on the Earth's surface which is diametrically opposite to it. Two points that are antipodal to each other are connected by a straight line running through the centre of the Earth. An antipodal point it is often called an antipode (Wikipedia).
The Most of Europeans and Americans believe that if you dig a hole, in a straight line through the center of the Earth, you would come out on the other side right in China. But this is just a saying, because, in reality, if you dig a straight tunnel, in most areas, of Europe or United States you will come out in the ocean. The only places where a straight hole will emerge in China ar parts in Argentina and Chile.
Mathematically, the geographical coordinates of an antipodal point can be calculate as:
The Australian mainland is the largest landmass with its antipodes entirely in ocean.
The majority of locations on land do not have land-based antipodes.
By definition, the North Pole and the South Pole are antipodes.
There are no non-stop scheduled flights between any two antipodal locations by commercial airline service. A hypothetically perfect antipode flight would be Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport, Morocco to Whangarei Aerodrome, New Zealand (approximately 20000 km flight).
Exact or almost exact antipodes cities:
Major cities or capitals close to being antipodes:
At least once in a lifetime you've asked what is under your feet, on the other side of the world.
You can learn a little bit of geography in a funny and simple way.
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