Baldwin Street is known as the steepest street in the world. It's really steep when you go to the scene, but if it's the steepest, I don't think so. But even so, there are still many tourists coming to take pictures. It is difficult to take pictures of the slope, but the street can be taken right, and the house is crooked. You can go up and down on foot, then drive up and down, or you can experience a slope, but you must do it with certainty. There are still residents living in this street. Don't disturb people.
Baldwin Street is a well-known scenic spot on the seaside of Daniding. The whole road is less than 2 kilometers, but the ups and downs vary greatly. Everyone likes to drive to experience the feeling of walking up and down like waves. It's really interesting, but if you get sick, you can choose to walk, because the range is estimated to be unbearable by car.
New Zealand bacteria are really good at technology! In the mountain road to 80! Highway more than 100 blocks, everyone is very fast! It's right-handed again. It's a great challenge! This street is located in Dunedin on New Zealand's South Island. It's really steep! It's very hard for people to walk up! It can also be restored (there are a lot of Limin living in Chaili) but first of all, it has to be foresighted and have better performance because there is an Otago MP and the founder of the newspaper William Baldwin, named after him, who has been certified as the steepest street in the world by the Guinness World Records. Baldwin Street is 350 meters long.
But Baldwin Street in Nitin is a very magical road. Visually, it is a downhill road, but it is really amazing that vehicles can go up without power. This may be related to visual differences. There are many vehicles queuing every day to experience this magical effect.
Why does a street attract so much attention in such a remote suburb of the southernmost city on the southern island of the southern hemisphere? It is its slope. We came by bus. Of course, we had no chance to challenge the ramp to start and roll back as crazy as self-driving passengers. In fact, the slope is not high, there are steps beside the road, people do not go up hard, the key is the steep road, driving here should be harder than walking. Many people like to take pictures of houses with cameras parallel to the road surface, as if the house was built askew. How silly did I not think of this idea? There is a bench on the top of the slope, but there is a lot of garbage around it, which completely spoils the pure image of New Zealand. Looking downhill from there, it's like a slide. If you slide down on a skateboard or on a bicycle, it must be very exciting.
It was first known that this street was not the steepest inhabited street in Guinness, but the story of the chocolate factory rolling chocolate in this street every year, and the story of New Zealanders donating money to save the dying chocolate factory in order to retain their childhood memories. I went to a quiet street in early September. Needless to say, the third picture above was taken in the exhibition hall of the chocolate factory. Now it's a Cadbury factory.