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Very beautiful! The Wisteria Tunnel in Japan and the Tunnel of Love in the Ukraine are the two I found to be the most interesting. I love blooming wisteria and it's very eye-catching in these photos!
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tabby;1391153 wrote: THE WORLD GEOGRAPHY: 8 of the Most Unique Paths in the World

Very beautiful! The Wisteria Tunnel in Japan and the Tunnel of Love in the Ukraine are the two I found to be the most interesting. I love blooming wisteria and it's very eye-catching in these photos!


I like Wisteria-----something about it that is very Romantic. Good pics.
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Sometimes I see old and abandoned farm sites where the wisteria has completely taken over and everything is heavily covered with the purple blooms around this time of year. It's gorgeous to see. I've only seen the purple but I notice in the photos of Japan they have white wisteria also.
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Beautiful! :yh_worshp

Those beech trees didn't even look real. They looked like a drawing in a children's book. I'd love to see them in person.
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Health and Safety anyone?

Unbelievable mountain cliff Path - YouTube
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The one I was looking for was the Gobbins Cliff Path in Northern Ireland.

Sadly, I could not find any useful articles about is beyond the plans to restore it.
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Bryn Mawr;1391239 wrote: Health and Safety anyone?

Unbelievable mountain cliff Path - YouTube


That made me queasy.
I thought I knew more than this until I opened my mouth
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Bruv;1391241 wrote: That made me queasy.


Especially the way the wind sounded to be getting up.
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Bryn Mawr;1391244 wrote: Especially the way the wind sounded to be getting up.


All the crumbling concrete didn't help.
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I went to Plitivice in Croatia. It's one of the most beautiful places I've ever been to.

It literally made me consider quitting university and applying to work there as a park ranger, or a cleaner, or... well anything that would allow me to spend the whole day in the park. Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately), it turned out that I wasn't the only one who thought of this, and jobs in the national park were very hard to get.
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