On several occassions I have had reason to search on Google Earth for a particular village in France. The name of the village is Bareges.
I enter the name ("Bareges, France") in the search box (top, left hand corner of Google Earth page) When I click on the magnifying glass symbol to the right it takes me to somewhere in Antarctica, tens of thousands of miles away. This seems to happen every time but only with this particular place name.
Does anyone know what is causing this or what can be done about it?
Try adding the postal code 65120 to your search string, or camping La Ribera. Your original search works for me though in Google Earth.
Sounds like a Cache/ History problem on your device, or possibly if your are signed in Google, its what Google thinks you want.
or put "NOT Antarctica"
I could understand it if there were two places of the same or similar names.
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