"Bora pra Praia?" - Rodovia Imigrantes / São Paulo / Brasil

"Bora pra Praia?" - Rodovia Imigrantes / São Paulo / Brasil

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Serra do Rio do Rastro, Brasil: a estrada mais “assombrosa” do mundo. (Foto: sawuelbruno/Panoramio)

Serra do Rio do Rastro, Brasil: a estrada mais “assombrosa” do mundo. (Foto: sawuelbruno/Panoramio)

Rodovia do Imigrantes, São Paulo, Brazil.

Rodovia do Imigrantes, São Paulo, Brazil.

Escadas para o céu

Passeio no monte Huashan

Escadas para o céu

Estrada mais perigosa do mundo atrai turistas para cidade na China

Estrada mais perigosa do mundo atrai turistas para cidade na China

The Passo San Boldo is a small mountain pass in the region of Veneto, Italy. The passage is in the southern Alps and connects Belluna Val > Mareno Val n a height of 706 m. The mountain pass is named SP 635 and has only one runway. The traffic is regulated by several sets of lights. There is a speed limit of 30 km/h and a maximum height of 3.2 meters. There are five tunnels dug into the rock with sharp turns and six bridges. The road was built in 1918 in just three months.

The Passo San Boldo is a small mountain pass in the region of Veneto, Italy. The passage is in the southern Alps and connects Belluna Val > Mareno Val n a height of 706 m. The mountain pass is named SP 635 and has only one runway. The traffic is regulated by several sets of lights. There is a speed limit of 30 km/h and a maximum height of 3.2 meters. There are five tunnels dug into the rock with sharp turns and six bridges. The road was built in 1918 in just three months.

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Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway

Atlantic Ocean Road in Norway

Rodovia no Parque Nacional Vale da Morte, Califórnia, USA.

Rodovia no Parque Nacional Vale da Morte, Califórnia, USA.

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