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Iso-Longitude and -Latitude Version 3.02. Last updated 16 Jul 2014.

This page helps you see what parts of the world have the same longitude and latitude as each other. You can also see opposing longitude and latitude locations. You need basic knowledge of Google Maps™ to use this page effectively.

This page has two maps. Click on either map to place markers on the map. Or click on markers to remove them. Markers appear in the same locations in both maps.

Each map also displays lines corresponding to the longitude and latitude of each marker. Blue lines have exactly the same longitude or latitude as the marker. Red lines show "opposite" longitude and latitude corresponding to the marker—so red lines cross at exactly the other side of the world from the matching marker.

You can use this page to see what other parts of the world have exactly the same longitude or latitude as your home town. You can even put a marker exactly at your house—is there a house at exactly that same latitude in some other part of the world?

+ Places at the Same Latitude
+ United States
+ Places at Opposite Latitudes
+ Places at the Same Longitude
+ Places at Opposite Sides of the World
+ Mystery Places - What Are They?

Map #1

Click anywhere on the map to add a marker. Click on a marker to remove it. Drag the map to navigate.

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Map #2

Click anywhere on the map to add a marker. Click on a marker to remove it. Drag the map to navigate.

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Additional Map Information

Permanent URL

Do you want to show your friends what you've done? Or do you want to come back to it at a later time? Click the button below to generate a permanent URL associated with current markers, map views and map settings. When you use the generated URL to return to this page, markers and map views will be restored to their current state.

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Coordinate Data

The text box below displays the latitude, longitude coordinates of the markers you created in the maps above. Semicolons separate the “lat,lon” coordinates for each distinct marker.

If you like, you can edit the text and then click Use Data to reposition the markers.


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