How to find latitude and longitude of a location in Google Maps?


Step 1:

Open the Google Maps website (http://maps.google.com/) and key-in the location details in the search box.

Google Maps - Search Box

Step 2:

Select the location in the search results for which the latitude and longitude are to be identified.

2. Choose desired location within the search results

Step 3:

Zoom-in as much as possible and right click on the exact location for which latitude and longitude are to be identified. Then, please choose the ‘Center map here‘ option displayed in the pop-up menu.

3. Choose the center map here option

Step 4:

On the address bar of your browser, key-in the below javascript code.

javascript:void(prompt('',gApplication.getMap().getCenter()));

This will display the latitude and longitude of the location in question within a dialog box as portrayed in the image below.

4. Javascript code

Step 5:

An alternative method to identify the latitude and longitude is to click on the ‘Linkhyperlink on the right top corner of the Google Map sub-frame and glance at the contents displayed in the text box below the label – ‘Paste link in email or IM‘ (as shown in the image below).

5. Click the 'Link' hyperlink on the right top corner

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