In the latest newsletter from Google Earth Sightseer, it features the world's largest fingerprint.
It is in a recreational park in Brighton and Hove in the U.K. reportedly 38m wide!
One comment on the site reads: "The ‘Fingermaze’ was created by Chris Drury. It was created by putting Yorkstone into limemortar in a Cretan labyrinth, an ancient symbol representing renewal, which Chris has allied to the patterns of our fingerprints. The sculpture also represents the significance in our connection to the earth through touch."
Here is the link to the original article.
Here is the Google Earth KMZ File for you to see the fingerprint for yourself.