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Wangfujing Street (is a shopping street in Beijing, China, located in Dongcheng District. The majority of the main area is pedestrianised. Since the middle of the Ming Dynasty there have been commercial activities in the area. In the Qing Dynasty, ten aristocratic estates and princess residence were built here, soon after when a well full of sweet water was discovered, thereby giving the street its name "Wang Fu", "Jing". Many exotic foods are served on Wangfujing snack street)
A difficult one!
Xanadu Street Colorado USA
I queued and bought my Harry Potter books the first day they were published in China from the shop on the LHS in that photo!
Yellowjacket Pass (is a 7,785 ft elevation mountain pass in Archuleta County, Colorado in the United States)
Calling it a night..............................
Z Street Omaha City USA
Appalachian Trail (is a marked hiking trail in the Eastern United States extending between Springer Mountain in Georgia and Mount Katahdin in Maine. The trail is about 2,200 miles long, though the exact length changes over time as parts are rerouted or modified. The Appalachian Trail Conservancy describes the Appalachian Trail as the longest hiking-only trail in the world. More than 2 million people are said to take a hike on part of the trail at least once each year)
Calle Estafeta (street that is famous for the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain)
Downing Street London
There’s just one thing that makes this dead end street that lies down the road a bit from Trafalgar Square famous. It houses the headquarters of the British Government. Number 10, where the Prime Minister lives. Used to be you could walk down to the front door and have a chat with the copper on duty there. But those days are long gone. Next door is Number 11, where the Chancellor of the Exchequer lives. That’s the guy, or woman, with their hands on the money.
No 10 with its chief mouser Larry!