Cedar Avenue - the world's longest avenue of trees

In the Japanese city of Nikko is the world's longest avenue of trees. This fact was officially registered in the Guinness Book of Records. The total length of Cedar Avenue is a lot of thirty seven kilometers!

Except for the length of the mall, it impresses even her age. According to historical records, Cedar Avenue was founded about four hundred years ago. On the creation of the mall has been spent less than twenty years, starting from 1625, the year. It is assumed that the initial number of cedar trees planted here exceeded twenty thousand seedlings. However, over time, the number of trees has been steadily decreasing. Paves the way through the thickets, many cedar trees were illegally cut down in general. As a result, now the approximate number of cedars along the alleys of thirteen thousand trees.


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