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Eagle-eyed Google Maps users have joked that the site confirms 'a route to Heaven' as a road seems to disappear into the sky.
The fairly low-res image shows a tarmacked road that seems to stretch on until it meets the sky, the ground on both sides of the road is white, which again blends into the sky above.
A Reddit user posted the screenshot, asking: "Is this the road to Heaven?" before sharing the information on where the road was.
And if you fancy taking a drive to Heaven yourself then you'll need to head to Chambers in Arizona, as that's where the shot was taken.
One user did a bit of scrolling in the area and spotted a cute pooch following the Google Maps camera, which the original poster said: "Pretty much confirms that this is, in fact, Heaven." Well, I find it hard to disagree with that.
But before you pack a bag, one user gave a simple explanation for the photo, posting: "The cam has a problem with the white balance."
Earlier this month, one TikTok user reckoned he spotted a crime being carried out on Google Maps.
The user, going by the name 'Content Dropped', shared a video that appears to show a group in Poland stealing train tracks in broad daylight.
The video explains: "You won't believe what I've just found.
"I thought I'd seen it all."
The user then zooms into the map, showing a group of people carrying train tracks in a wheelbarrow across a train line.
The video continues: "But they're literally stealing train tracks."
The clip has racked up thousands of views, with many TikTok shocked at what they've seen.
One said: "They must have an inside connection in the railway company, normally those tracks are welded together."
Another joked: "It's just a good job they didn't steal the Google Maps camera."
A third added: "Happens all the time here in the UK. People in disguise themselves with hi-viz jackets to look like workers."
But someone else was willing to give them the benefit of the doubt, adding: "Maybe they're helping replace it."
Yeah maybe and maybe that is the road to Heaven up there, eh?
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