7 Most Amazing Roads and Streets in the World

Buenos Aires, Argentina – the widest road in the world.

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Castletown, England – the world’s narrowest street.

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Giza, Egypt -the oldest paved road in the world.

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Toronto, Canada – the longest street on Earth.

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San Francisco, USA – the world’s most crooked road.

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Swindon, England – the world’s most confusing roundabout.

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Dunedin, New Zealand – the world’s steepest street.

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4 Responses to 7 Most Amazing Roads and Streets in the World

  1. NoName December 9, 2007 at 10:52 am #

    Well, actually, this is not true:
    Castletown, England – the world’s narrowest street.

    There is a street that is more narrow in Split, Croatia. It’s name is (unofficial) ‘Let me pass’ (Pusti me da prodjem).

    Look at this:
    http://www.tripadvisor.it/Attraction_Review-g295370-d550484-Reviews-Let_Me_Pass_Pusti_me_da_prodjem_Street-Split.html

    Picture:
    http://www.dernek.ba/galerija/52338-118452-1137320-Slika_026.jpg

  2. sakura September 22, 2008 at 3:41 am #

    The World’s narrowest street is the same street as in the photo (Parliament Street) but you have printed the wrong city name. It’s not Castletown, it’s Exeter in the county of Devon. The street is between MacDonald’s and HMV. I have many photos of it myself. Please correct the name of the city.
    Thank you for your time.

  3. ame268 October 16, 2008 at 12:50 pm #

    nice !

  4. DoughDog January 17, 2014 at 4:18 am #

    The narrowest street of course is not in England, yet somewhere in Italy or the Mediterranean. So far, the narrowest street discovered is STRADA CIACIANIELLA IN LUCERA (FOGGIA), APULIA REGION, more or less on the “heel” of Italian Peninsula. With a width of 45 cm, still it gets quite crowded – especially on Sunday, as it connects the Church Square with the Upper City. A very nice historical street, indeed: it has been that wide for at least nine hundred years (first quotations of the street are in XII century documents).

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