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The Falls Road Belfast
Separated from the Shankill Road by peace lines is the Catholic Falls Road, scene of some of the worst violence of The Troubles. Tourists visit to see where these incidents took place, and to view the by now famous murals that depict the political events of the times
Gemmi Pass (is a high mountain pass across the Bernese Alps connecting Leukerbad in the canton of Valais with Kandersteg in the canton of Bern. The pass itself lies within the canton of Valais, at a height of 2,270 metres above sea level. The main trail reaches 2,322 metres)
Huang Lu Dalian NE China
I lived just down this road just off the corner of this University in the early 2000's where I taught English
Island Saddle Pass (is an alpine pass that is located in the Crimea Range in Canterbury, New Zealand. The pass is on the Rainbow Valley–Hanmer Road, commonly known as the Rainbow Road. Island Saddle is New Zealand's highest public road)
King's Highway (was a trade route of vital importance in the ancient Near East, connecting Africa with Mesopotamia. It ran from Egypt across the Sinai Peninsula to Aqaba, then turned northward across Transjordan, to Damascus and the Euphrates River)
Taking a break.........................
La Rambla Barcelona Spain
Federico Garcia Lorca, the Spanish poet, has allegedly said that La Rambla is “the only street in the world which I wish would never end.” The street has its beginnings around the year 1377. Today it is a popular tourist site, lined with trees and full of bars and cafes, street traders and performers, as well as being the site of Barcelona’s oldest theater. Joan Miro has a mosaic here set into the pavement of the promenade.
Mulholland Drive - is a street and road in the eastern Santa Monica Mountains of Southern California. It is named after pioneering Los Angeles civil engineer William Mulholland. The western rural portion in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties is named Mulholland Highway. The road is featured in a significant number of movies, songs, and novels. David Lynch, who wrote and directed a film named after Mulholland Drive, has said that one can feel "the history of Hollywood" on it.
San Fernando Valley at night from Mulholland Drive
Nevsky Prospekt (is the main street in the federal city of St. Petersburg in Russia. It takes its name from the Alexander Nevsky Lavra, the monastery which stands at the eastern end of the street, and which in turn commemorates the Russian hero Prince Saint Alexander Nevsky. Following his founding of Saint Petersburg in 1703, Tsar Peter I planned the course of the street as the beginning of the road to Novgorod and Moscow. The avenue runs from the Admiralty in the west to the Moscow Railway Station and, after veering slightly southwards at Vosstaniya Square, to the Alexander Nevsky Lavra)
Ocean Avenue - is a road in Santa Monica, California that starts at the residential Adelaide Drive on the north end of Santa Monica and ends at Pico Boulevard. Ocean Avenue is the westernmost street in Santa Monica, and for most of its course it runs parallel to Palisades Park, whose bluffs overlook Pacific Coast Highway and Santa Monica State Beach. The Santa Monica Pier is located at the intersection of Ocean and Colorado.