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Use coordinates for places in Google Earth

You can use Google Earth to get the longitude and latitude of any location on the globe. The closer you zoom in on a location, the more detailed the coordinates are.

Longitudes and latitudes are available on Google Earth for computers.

Where to find the coordinates

You can see the longitude and latitude of any location on the globe any time.

As you mouse around the screen, the coordinates show up in the lower right corner of the screen for whatever location the cursor is pointing at.

If you’re mouse is off the screen, Google Earth will show you the coordinates for the location in the center of the screen.

Choose how coordinates display

Windows & Linux
  1. Open Google Earth. In the upper menu bar, click Tools > Options.
  2. In the 3D View tab under “Show Lat/Long,” choose how to display coordinates:
    • Decimal Degrees: such as 37.7°, -122.2°
    • Degrees, Minutes, Seconds: such as 37°25'19.07"N, 122°05'06.24"W
    • Degrees, Decimal Minutes: such as 32° 18.385' N 122° 36.875' W
    • Universal Transverse Mercator: such as 10 S 055974, 4282182
  3. Click OK. You’ll see the coordinates in the lower right corner of the screen.
Mac
  1. Open Google Earth.
  2. In the upper menu bar, click Google Earth > Preferences.
  3. In the 3D View tab under “Show Lat/Long,” choose how to display coordinates:
    • Decimal Degrees: such as 37.7°, -122.2°
    • Degrees, Minutes, Seconds: such as 37°25'19.07"N, 122°05'06.24"W
    • Degrees, Decimal Minutes: such as 32° 18.385' N 122° 36.875' W
    • Universal Transverse Mercator: such as 10 S 055974, 4282182
  4. Click OK. You’ll see the coordinates in the lower right corner of the screen.

Go to a specific location

If you already know the coordinates, you can search for them and Google Earth will fly you there:

  1. Open Google Earth.
  2. In the top of the panel on the left, go to the search box.
  3. Type in the coordinates in one of these formats:
    • Decimal Degrees: such as 37.7°, -122.2°
    • Degrees, Minutes, Seconds: such as 37°25'19.07"N, 122°05'06.24"W
  4. Google Earth will zoom to that location and the coordinates will show up in the lower right corner of the screen.

Turn on the coordinates grid

There are two ways to see the coordinates on a grid on the map:

  • In the upper menu bar, click View > Grid.
  • Type Ctrl+L in Windows or ⌘+L on a Mac.

General readings for the coordinates that show up along the grid lines. You’ll see the exact longitude and latitude reading in the lower right corner of the screen.