Photographers’ Paradise – The Most Beautiful Streets In The World

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Agueda, Portugal

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In 2011, the four main streets of Agunda started transforming and now they look like colorful, umbrella-shaded paradises. Cables are strung from the rooftops and umbrellas are hung on it. That way they try to ‘fight’ against the summer heat and provide a colorful backdrop from events and classes.
During July, August, and September, the annual Agitagueda Art Festival is held in the town and The Umbrella Sky Project is a part of it.

Via Margutta, Rome, Italy

One of the most beautiful streets not only in Rome but in the whole world is for sure Via Margutta. This amazing street is a strait, cobblestone lane past ivy-covered, yellow, gold, and pink buildings. No wonder that it has been home to many famous artists, writers, and composers. Their studios here had Debussy, Liszt, Wagner, Stravinsky, Picasso, Truman Capote, and many more. The Master himself, Federico Fellini and his wife Giulietta Masina, had their home at number 110.

Chefchaouen, Morocco

A small city in northwest Morocco, Chefchaouen founded in 1471, is well known for its blue-washed streets. These streets, bathed in various shades of blue, are a paradise for photographers.
Over the centuries, many Jews moved to Chefchaouen, bringing with them the ancient belief that using blue color would remind people of God’s power.

Rua Goncalo De Carvalho, Porto Alegre, Brazil

Known as one of the planet’s most spectacular streets, this street located in the middle of Porto Alegre forms a verdant pathway in the middle of a concrete jungle. Tipuana trees it is featuring are dating back to the 30s.
Rua Goncalo de Carvalho is designated a natural, cultural, and historical heritage that remains untouched by development.

Heerstrabe, Bonn, Germany

Heerstraase is known as Cherry Blossom Avenue is in its full glory during early spring when it glows pink. The cobbled road and ornate buildings are making it even more beautiful.
Its trees are imported from Japan and planted in the 1980s, which gives citizens of the former capital of West Germany a chance to experience sakura without having to go to Asia.

Fiskargrand, Visby, Sweden

Fish Alley aka Fiskargränd is a street in Visby and it is one of the most famous and photographed streets in Sweden. Street’s name Fiskargränd is used since the 1750s.
In the 1940s, climbing roses are planted and nowadays there are at least a thousand roses. In 2004 citizens made a proposal to rename it to Rose Alley but the Municipality of Gotland rejected it.

5th Avenue, New York City

This one needs no introduction. Famous Fifth Avenue is the main thoroughfare in the borough of Manhattan in New York City. It stretches north from Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village to West 143rd Street in Harlem and is considered as one of the most expensive and elegant streets in the whole world.

Rue Du Petit Champlain, Quebec City, Canada

Quebec City is the most beautiful place in Canada and its street Rue du Petit Champlain helps it to remain that. This beautiful street is lined with unique boutiques and bistros, and it is enjoyable during any season of the year. This is one more photographers’ paradise.

The Dark Hedges, Ballymoney, Northern Ireland

Like it came direct from the movies, The Dark Hedges has long been one of the most photographed sights in Northern Ireland. It is used as the Kingsroad in incredible “Game of Thrones” and it has ensured the street to become a 21-century icon. Its trees are planted in the eighteenth century.

Tetsugaku No Michi, Kyoto, Japan

The former capital of Japan, Kyoto is a city that has many cultural gems. It is located some 280 miles southwest of Tokyo and is considered as one of the most beautiful cities in the Far East.
Tetsugaku No Michi, also known as Philosopher’s Walk, is the most picturesque street in Japan thanks to cherry trees that crowd both sides. The path is named after Nishida Kitaro, the philosopher who meditated on this route daily.


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