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You Can Find Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum on Google Maps

So much for secret lairs

Superman had his Fortress of Solitude, Batman had the Batcave and Earth’s Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Strange, has his own space for quiet contemplation, the Sanctum Sanctorum. It may not be quiet for long, though, as fans can now find its once-secret location on Google Maps.

As spotted by an eagle-eyed fan, Dr. Stephen Strange’s New York City lair is not quite so secret anymore. As a likely tie-in to the upcoming movie, which stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the Marvel superhero, when you search for “Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum” in Google Maps, it brings up the location at 177A Bleecker Street in Manhattan. Google classifies the location (which is actually occupied by a deli) as an “Association or Organization,” which just so happens to have Marvel.com as its web address.

Fans have been leaving reviews for the Doctor’s services on Google, despite the fact the Google version of the Sanctum Santorum is even less real than the LEGO version.

Doctor Strange, which also stars Tilda Swinton, Rachel McAdams, Mads Mikkelsen, and Chiwetel Ejiofor, open in theaters on Nov. 4.

[Entertainment Weekly]

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