There aren’t many things in this world that can compare to the feeling of being in a tree tunnel on a warm summer evening when you realize you’re standing beneath a tree canopy and inside a tree tunnel. It’s truly a magnificent experience. These tree tunnels are guaranteed to amaze anyone fortunate enough to walk below their emerald boughs, regardless of how they came to be: organically, by accident, or with some help from some patient and clever gardeners.

The stunningly beautiful forms of many of these tree tunnels and the methods in which we’ve replicated them are evidence of how much we’ve taken from nature as a source of inspiration. Magical places like this undoubtedly motivated at least one historical builder to conceive of the breathtaking vaulted ceiling of a Gothic church or the arches of some other magnificent edifice. It’s not hard to understand why many ancient societies held trees in an exalted position and kept holy groves of old trees when the locations in which these groves were maintained are so breathtaking.

Trees may take a long-time to mature. Still, they are surprisingly amenable to having their development influenced in several ways. It is possible to sculpt trees into a wide variety of shapes using strong, consistent, and very patient power. Some of these tree tunnels have been shaped and molded by skilled gardeners to guarantee they are compatible with their urban settings.

Some of the tree tunnels are simply the result of fortunate accidents. Along with being a well-liked location for wedding photos, the “Tunnel of Love” in Ukraine is a functional element of the country’s train network. The photoshoots for the wedded couples need to be organized well in advance of the periods that the freight trains are expected to pass through the area. These tree tunnels have the power to enchant us even when we don’t intend for them too.

#1 The Dark Hedges in Northern-Ireland

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#2 Street-in-Bonn, Germany

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#3 Wisteria Flower Tunnel in Japan

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#4 Oak Alley along the Mississippi River outside New Orleans, Louisiana

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#5 Jacarandas Walk in South Africa

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#6 Tunnel of Love in Ukraine

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#7 Street in Jerez, Spain

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#8 Ginkgo Tree Tunnel in Japan

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#9 Blossom Path (Location Unknown)

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#10 Bamboo Path in Kyoto, Japan

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#11 Maple Tunnel in St. Louis, Oregon, U.S.A.

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#12 Sakura Tunnel, Japan

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#13 Tree Tunnel in the Netherlands

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#14 Location-Unknown

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#15 Laburnum-Tunnel in Bodnant-Gardens, UK

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#16 Parque-Francisco Alvarado in Costa-Rica

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#17 The Path Up-To the Halnaker-Windmill in Sussex

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#18 Cypress Tree Tunnel At The Historic Marconi Wireless Station, California

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#19 Gyeonghwa Station in Jinhae, South Korea

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