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  • Wes Landry

    this was captioned as tree tunnel, but I think those are railroad tracks

  • Katherine Smith

    Train Tree Tunnel, Urkraine - Something out of the Secret Garden!

  • Kate Perry

    GREEN #train #tracks Train Tree Tunnel, Urkraine. Photo by Oleg Gordienko.

  • Caley Krantz

    This stunning tree tunnel is to be found in Ukraine. It is a three kilometer section of a private railway. The tunnel is called The Tunnel of Love by locals and is one of the most romantic places in the world. In spring the tunnel grows completely green, and couples come here to make a wish. It is said that if it’s true love their wish will come true. Feeling the urge? Hop on a plane to Rivne, and catch the train to Klevan. Photo by Oleg Gordienko.

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