Valentine’s Day in Google Earth

Happy Valentine’s Day! In honor of this day, we’ll show you some of the best romantic placemarks in Google Earth.
To start, we again show this collection of hearts in Google Earth, which can also been seen in the video below:

If you want to show off the collection on your own site, you can embed it from this page.
As shown on Google Maps Mania this morning, you can use the new Map Your Valentine tool to send a virtual Valentine’s card to a loved one. It features a nice integration of Google Maps and Street View, tucked inside of the virtual card.

Lastly, be sure to check out a Valentine’s Day message from Google Earth Blog, powered by Have a fun and happy Valentine’s Day 2011!

About Mickey Mellen

Mickey has been using Google Earth since it was released in 2005, and has created a variety of geo-related sites including Google Earth Hacks. He runs a web design firm in Marietta, GA, where he lives with his wife and two kids.


  1. Carlos David says:

    They missed the heart-shaped island in Croatia, probably the most known of all.

  2. Have a look at the house at 23.645741° 57.987652° (Sultanate of Oman)

  3. Someone ought to make a Google Earth version of GeoGreeting.

  4. Here a local heart that is always mowed into the field in front of the local Hospice facility.
    28°46’14.49″N, 81°45’5.43″W

  5. This is awesome! I help write the My Wonderful World blog for National Geographic and this would have been a great supplement to my Valentine’s Day post. Thanks for the info!

  6. I took my wife to a romantic evening in Paris for Valentine’s day.
    I went onto Google earth, zoomed onto the Eiffel Tower, and said “There you go love, don’t say I never do anything romantic”!!!

  7. This is very romantic to sit here and check out all these places my wife and I cant yet visit lol. No but seriously, nice valentine’s day resource!

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