With Google Maps Lookup, you can quickly determine the approximate postal address of any location on the world map.
To get started, drag the red marker anywhere on the Google Map and the address details (including the latitude and longitude) of that place will display in the pop-up window.
Internally, the tool uses the Geocoding features of Google Maps to find the address of a particular point. When you drag the marker, the geographic coordinates of that place are passed to the Geocoding API of Google Maps which then translates the location coordinates into a human-readable physical address.
This tool was created by Amit Agarwal for on October 25, 2008. It was last updated in July 2012 to use v3 of the Google Maps API.