Welcome to the fairy-tale! World's most beautiful streets shaded by flowers and trees! 11/24/2015 • Rafael Flores
Ordinary streets are boring and sometimes even untidy. However, THESE streets are special. Mother Nature shaded them by trees and flowers, thus making them picturesque and ever beautiful. Watch & enjoy!
Most of these breathtaking pics look like postcards. One more reason for you to start travelling! We hope, you will visit at least some of these gorgeous places. Which one do you like most? Please, tell us in the comments below!
Cullinan village was named after diamond magnate Thomas Cullinan. The village is situated in the north-east corner of Gauteng province. Its reputation for discovering some of the largest diamonds and having one of the most charming and blooming streets in the world, make it a fascinating destination.
2. Valencia, Spain
Valencia is the third largest city in Spain (after Madrid and Barcelona). It is also one of the oldest Spanish cities as it was founded in the Roman period. Beautiful and ancient!
3. Nafplio, Greece
Nafplio is a Greek seaport town. The area surrounding the town has been inhabited since ancient times. However, few signs of its antiquity remain visible, even though the town is said to be mentioned on an Egyptian funerary inscription of Amenophis III as Nuplija. No matter how ancient the town is...the main thing is that it has strikingly beautiful streets!
4. Porto Alegre, Brazil
Porto Alegre is known as a relatively young city as it was founded only in the latter half of the 18th century. It is a large, beautiful and multicultural city. We wish we could walk down this green street! And what about you?
5. Brisbane, Australia
Brisbane is the third most populous Australian city. It is also known as one of the oldest cities of the continent. Today, it is a popular tourist destination because of its distinct Queenslander architecture and magical blooming streets
6. Kitakyushu, Japan
This pastel-colored flower tunnel is a part of Kawachi Fuji Gardens. The gardens are home to about 150 Wisteria flowering plants spanning 20 different species. Kawaii!
7. Plymouth, UK
Plymouth's early history extends to the Bronze Age. Throughout the Industrial Revolution, it grew as a commercial shipping port. Today, it is just a small town with nice and neat streets.
8. Harare, Zimbabwe
Harare is the capital and the most populous city of the country. It was founded only in 1890 and today it is Zimbabwe's main trade center for tobacco, cotton and citrus fruit.
9. Jerez, Spain
Jerez is the largest city in the province of Cadiz. It is also known as the city of flamenco, sherry, horses, motorcycles and beautiful streets. It is an interesting fact that humans have inhabited the area since at least the Copper or Noelithic Age.
10. Bonn, Germany
The history of Bonn dates back to Roman times. This city is also known as the birthplace of the great composer Ludwig van Beethoven.
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