The Most Magical Streets Shaded By Flowers And Trees

Positano, ItalyPositano, ItalyAgnes Alsua

 

Molyvos, Lesvos, GreeceMolyvos, Lesvos, GreeceJay21310 credit

 

Bonn, GermanyBonn, GermanyAdas Meliauskas credit

Tunnel Of Love, Romania, Caras-severinTunnel Of Love, Romania, Caras-severin  descoperaromania.org  credit
Stockholm, SwedenStockholm, Sweden  Hector Melo credit

Valencia, SpainValencia, Spainvisitheworld.tumblr credit

 

Grafton, Nsw AustraliaGrafton, Nsw Australia owenwilson credit
Nafplio, Peloponnese, GreeceNafplio, Peloponnese, Greece Wilson Lu credit
Cullinan, South AfricaCullinan, South Africa Elizabeth Kendall credit

 

Spello, ItalySpello, ItalyNicoletta credit
TaiwanTaiwan  Sue Hsu credit
Bamboo Forest, Sagano, JapanBamboo Forest, Sagano, Japan nexttriptourism credit

Washington Dc, UsaWashington Dc, Usa Paul Frederiksencredit
 Jerez, SpainJerez, SpainAidan McRae Thomson credit
 Brisbane, AustraliaBrisbane, Australiaflickr.com credit
 Porto Alegre, Brazilhttps://i0.wp.com/cdn.architecturendesign.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/AD-Worlds-Magical-Streets-9.jpghttps://i2.wp.com/cdn.architecturendesign.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/AD-Worlds-Magical-Streets-9-1.jpgcredit
 Wisteria Tunnel, JapanWisteria Tunnel, Japantwistedsifter credit
Kaluszyn, PolandKaluszyn, Polandvisualmanuscripts credit
Belém, Lisboa, PortugalBelém, Lisboa, Portugal

A lane of trees in the gardens at Versailles Palace12228246886_99a031e25c_hPaul London credit
Denver, Usahttps://i1.wp.com/cdn.architecturendesign.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/AD-Worlds-Magical-Streets-18.jpgcredit

 

Winter Stroll — Herestrau Park, Bucharest, Romaniahttps://i1.wp.com/cdn.architecturendesign.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/AD-Worlds-Magical-Streets-46.jpgcredit
 Apple Blossom Path In Vancouver, B.c. Canadahttps://i0.wp.com/static.boredpanda.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/image1489__700.jpgunknow

Milton Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwehttps://i0.wp.com/static.boredpanda.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/untitled-shoot-8089__700.jpgReport

 

Near Kano River In Kyoto, JapanAD-World's-Magical-Streets-21
 Kikinda, SerbiaAD-World's-Magical-Streets-22source
Peterhof, St. Pete, RussiaAD-World's-Magical-Streets-24
 Savannah,GA USAAD-World's-Magical-Streets-25

SingaporeAD-World's-Magical-Streets-26

Tucumán, ArgentinaAD-World's-Magical-Streets-27
Orton Plantation Driveway (Smithville Township Of Brunswick County, North Carolina, USA)AD-World's-Magical-Streets-28
 Brussels, BelgiumAD-World's-Magical-Streets-29source
Montréal, CanadaAD-World's-Magical-Streets-30(by Criselle)
 Wroclaw, PolandAD-World's-Magical-Streets-31source
Oak Alley, Vacherie, UsaAD-World's-Magical-Streets-32
The Dark Hedges, Northen IrelandAD-World's-Magical-Streets-33
 Bruxelles, BelgiumAD-World's-Magical-Streets-34
 Braga, PortugalAD-World's-Magical-Streets-35
Valiasr Street – TehranAD-World's-Magical-Streets-36

Meiji Jingu Gaien, Tokyo, JapanAD-World's-Magical-Streets-37
 Skien, NorwayAD-World's-Magical-Streets-38(by Anne G)

 

Metasequoia-lined Road, Damyang, South KoreaAD-World's-Magical-Streets-39

 

Magical Streets Shaded By Flowers And Trees

 

The transient beauty of nature is truly something to be relished and appreciated at the same time just like Japanese do. But you do not need to go deep into the philosophical meaning of things to appreciate the beauty, you just have to take a leisurely walk around the area!

Walking down a picturesque street can be mesmerizing, but there are practical advantages of it too. Apparently, tree-lined streets help with all heat-related urban problems, increase evaporation and transpiration from the Earth’s surface and encourage walking and cycling.

Go to these places with your loved one and you will fall in love with them all over again…

Well we bring to you a collection of really beautiful, magical I must say, photos of streets from all around the world that will make you believe that ‘true beauty lies in nature’.
They might not be all the magical streets in the world but they are some and more!

Scroll down and let yourself get lost in the magic of nature’s beauty!
Source: Bored Panda

 

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