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Brasilian Green Street (7 pics)

Posted by Xaniel in Lifestyle » Travel   18 Feb 2012   / 8307 views

Green trees grow throughout an entire street in the Brasilian city Porto Alegre.

 

Rua Gonçalvo de Carvalho is bordered by more than one hundred trees of the tipuana genus, lined up along approximately 500 metres of sidewalk and forming a vast green carpet squeezed between the buildings.






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Kol 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
All of Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada) looks like this, even the shitty neighbourhoods all are tree lined
       
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samthesham 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
nice
       
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pitterpat 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Really beautiful!
       
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lolipop 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
;looks beautiful
       
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Kingro31 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
What, 1 entire street in a city! Holy fock, that's green! Sad if we think it's special. This city really sucks
       
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Marcelo 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
this is my country and my city the world's best
       
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Enter your name 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Credits to the photographer Lucas Pedruzzi
       
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Nur 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
We need to cut first at the top and work our way down,We have to many at the top with several anssitasts that at one time did the job themselves. Don't just cut at the lower level, Some of these top salaried workers don't do anything and they are making an amount that you can hire close to 3 needed employees that actually do the work. The pace we are going hiring by political manipulation and favors is going to make the current system collapse. Cuts have to be made on all and ever level of state,federal,county etc No one should be exclude,no exceptions or exemptions no would should be untouchable and have that status,its ridiculous. We have over 500 schools right there their could be cuts,we should have a county superintend one for each thats it. Many other states do it like this,so can New Jersey. That just claim they can't its call job security.
       














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