Thanks to citizen cartographers, Google is finally able to fill in one of the last blank spaces on its version of Earth. Last night, the company added North Korea to vast database, and now we can see things like the Hermit Kingdom's mass transit routes, Pyongyang's parks, and even the country's gigantic gulags. Here's what would happen if you tried to map out Pyongyang before.
It seems like citizen cartographers didn't just stop at parks, monuments, and mass transit—they also included the country's infamous gulags on the map. To signify them, Google shaded the areas a different color.