Why Tourists Are Flocking to the World's Steepest Street
Baldwin Street, in Dunedin, New Zealand, has the distinction of being declared the “World’s Steepest Street” in the Guinness Book of World Records and it has now become an Instagram sensation and New Zealand’s latest tourist attraction, according to Yahoo.com.
Visitors are flocking to the street to take pictures like these.
Baldwin Street is just 350 meters long, but its 19-degree slope will leave you panting at the top.
Visitors, however, are rewarded once they get there with a drinking fountain and views of Otago Harbor — oh and all of these crazy Instagram photos.
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