Most interesting tunnels of trees
Many of us, especially those living in big cities, sorely lacking in the life of nature. Therefore, it is extremely pleasant to stroll through the fabulous living corridor of woven crowns of trees, literally plunged into the nature of the head, whether it is a street in the center of the bustling city, the park or the woods.
We present to you the top ten most beautiful tunnel of trees from around the world. Some of them set up in a natural way, the other - with the participation of the person, but they are all equally beautiful and so tempting in their green or flowering "arms."
1. The tunnel of the cherry blossoms, Germany.
The tunnel of cherry trees is certainly worth it to visit this street in Bonn. Flowering cherry create amazing pink archway for 7-10 days, depending on weather.
2. Street Gonçalo de Kovalev, Brazil.
Under the arch of the giant trees Tipuana (or "pink tree"), which is on the street of the city of Porto Alegre, more than a hundred, you can spend the whole day. In 2006, the mayor of the city Jose Fogasa declared outside part of the historical, cultural and environmental heritage of Brazil.
3. Tunnel autumn trees, USA.
These trees are growing in a park in Vermont "Smugglers Gulch", literally glowing with all the colors of autumn. "Presentation" begins at a northern section and gradually move to the south for the season.
4. The tunnel ginkgo tree, Japan.
Trees gingko biloba - one of the most revered in Japan. Some of these trees have suffered atomic bombing in Hiroshima. They are called "symbol of hope" or "living fossils."
5. The tunnel yews, UK.
Yew tunnel in Wales has inspired writers from 1470. Medieval Aberglasni house, in the garden of which the tunnel is now a popular tourist destination. However, as a result of the previously abandoned tunnel was nearly destroyed. On the restoration of this natural corridor it took 9 years.
6. The dark hedges, Northern Ireland.
This mysterious tunnel as though descended from the cover of the book. James Stewart beeches planted in the XVIII century to impress your guests at the entrance to his house Greyskhil. dwell in the tunnel ghost maid, who lived in a nearby mansion and died in mysterious circumstances - the legend of the Gray Lady also some walks here.
7. Bamboo passage, Japan.
This tunnel is located in the Bamboo Forest Sagano Arashiyama in the historical district. Japan's Ministry of Culture announced Arashiyama "place of the picturesque landscape." Not far from this forest are also known temples and tombs. In Japan, it is necessary to keep the sound of the wind, rocking tall bamboo trees.
8. The Tunnel of Love, Ukraine.
Legend has it that couples need to drive through the tunnel and make a wish. If their love is strong enough and clear - the desire to be fulfilled. The tunnel is the site of a private railway used woodworking plant located near the town of Klevan in western Ukraine. The train passes through here three times a day, hurry up to buy a ticket!
9. Dzhakarandovaya Alley, South Africa.
If you love the color purple - this tunnel is for you! It is created by the human hand forest of more than 10 million trees in Johannesburg. Tropical trees, including 49 species of jacaranda (rosewood), brought to South Africa from Uruguay, Brazil, Peru and Argentina. In October, when the trees are in bloom, the earth is covered with blue and lilac petals.
10. Wisteria Tunnel, Japan.
Walking through this tunnel of wisteria, you can feel like real royalty. Flowers of wisteria hanging in clusters like grapes, are starting to bloom as soon shed their cherries. Every spring, the Japanese celebrate the Fuji Matsuri (or Festival of wisteria) in Tokyo, Sidzouke and Okazaki. The Ashikaga Flower Park, you can see at the same time the greatest number of species of wisteria.