Where Roads End, As Captured by Google Maps

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Wed, Jun 19th, 2013 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

On The Atlantic, a stunning gallery of images taken from Google Maps featuring the end of roads, an area where "one might be allowed to travel, whether blocked by geographic features, international borders, or simply the lack of any further road." The screenshot above is explained in the caption below:

Sha Tau Kok crossing, New Territories, Hong Kong. This crossing marks the entry into the Frontier Closed Area, a tightly controlled buffer zone between Hong Kong and mainland China.

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