Google Earth lets you enjoy the virtual journey through all over the world for free but often shows some confusing sights around the world. If you thought it was just for getting directions, you're sorely mistaken. Half the fun of Google Earth is using it to explore the world.
In Lauricocha Province, one of 11 provinces of the Huánuco Region in Peru, a mysterious plane just appeared in the middle of nowhere. Amelia Earhart mystery FINALLY solved? A parking lot for 1 airplane?
A gravel minor road leads to the plane, climbing up to 5.016m (16,456ft) above the sea level, and ending on the Laguna Ninococha. It's a mine track. It's one of the highest roads of the country.