Some parks and alleys look fabulous thanks to these tunnels.
Many of us, especially those living in large cities, sorely lacking in the life of nature.
Therefore, it is extremely nice it is to stroll through the fabulous living corridor of woven crowns of trees, literally plunged into the nature of mind-whether it’s a street in the centre of the bustling city, the Park or the woods.
We present you the top ten most beautiful tunnels of trees from around the world. Some are created naturally, others – with the participation of the person, but they are all equally beautiful and so inviting in their green or flowering “arms.”
1. The tunnel of the cherry blossoms, Germany.
Tunnel of cherry trees, is definitely worth it to visit this street in Bonn. Flowering cherry create amazing pink archway for 7-10 days, depending on the weather.
2. Street Goncalo di Cavalo, Brazil.
Under the arch of the giant trees Tipuana (or “rosewood”), which in this street of Porto Alegre, more than a hundred, you can spend the whole day. In 2006, mayor Jose Fogasa announced the street part of the historic, cultural and environmental heritage of Brazil.
3. Tunnel of autumn trees, USA.
These trees growing in a Park in Vermont “smugglers Gulch”, literally glow with all the colors of autumn. “Presentation” begins at a more Northern section and gradually moves to the South during the season.
4. The tunnel of Ginkgo trees, Japan.
The trees are gingko biloba – one of the most revered in Japan. Some of these trees suffered atomic bombing in Hiroshima. They are called “symbol of hope” or “living fossils”.
5. The yew tunnel, UK.
The yew tunnel in Wales has inspired writers since 1470. Medieval House Aberglasney, in the garden of which the tunnel is now a popular tourist destination. However, previously, as a result of abandonment, the tunnel was nearly destroyed. For the restoration of this natural corridor has gone 9 years.
6. The dark hedges, Northern Ireland.
This mysterious tunnel as if descended from the cover of the book. James Stewart beeches planted back in the eighteenth century to impress your guests at the entrance to his house Grashel. Also here there is a legend about a Grey Lady living in the tunnel Ghost maid, who lived in a neighboring mansion and died in mysterious circumstances.
7. The bamboo passage, Japan.
This tunnel is located in the bamboo forest Sagano in the historical area of Arashiyama. The Ministry of culture of Japan announced Arashiyama a “place of scenic landscape.” Not far from this forest is also located the famous temples and tombs. In Japan it is considered necessary to preserve the sound of wind, swinging high bamboo trees.
8. Tunnel of love, Ukraine.
According to legend, couples need to drive through this tunnel and make a wish. If their love is strong enough and pure – the desire will come true. The tunnel is a section of private railway, used woodworking plant, located near the town of Klevan in Western Ukraine. The train passes here three times a day, hurry to buy a ticket!
9. Jacaranda alley, South Africa.
If you love the color purple – this tunnel for you! In Johannesburg, is man-made forest of more than 10 million trees. Tropical trees, including 49 species of jacaranda (jacaranda trees), brought to South Africa from Uruguay, Brazil, Peru and Argentina. In October, when the trees are blooming, the earth is covered with blue and purple petals.
10. Wisteria tunnel, Japan.
Walking through this tunnel of Wisteria can feel like a real royalty. Wisteria flowers hanging in clusters like grapes, begin to bloom as soon wither cherry. Every spring, the Japanese celebrate Fuji Matsuri (or the Festival of Wisteria) in Tokyo, Shizouka and Okazaki.
Flowers in the Park Ashikaga you can see the greatest number of varieties of Wisteria.