Reise 14.03.2014

Das ist die gefährlichste Straße der Welt

Ein Stau auf der Tangente kostet Sie bereits die letzten Nerven? Dann sollten Sie diese Straße meiden.

Sie führt durch Indien und gilt als die gefährlichste Straße der Welt. Sind Sie schwindelfrei? Gut. Für den Genuss des Videos (siehe oben) ist das Voraussetzung.

Dass Straßen oft weit mehr sind als eine Transportstrecke von A nach B, zeigen diese Beispiele. Ob in den Fels gehauener Beweis für die Ingenieurs-Kunst oder Roadtrip für Individualisten.

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Lombard Street in San Francisco

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Trollstigen

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APTourists look out from a newly-constructed observation point over Trollstigen - The Troll Ladder - in the heart of Romsdal in the western part of Norway, Monday July 13, 2009. The Trollstigen road, which runs between Andalsnes and Valldal, with eleven h

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EPAepa03028137 YEARENDER 2011 NOVEMBERA picture made available on 28 November 2011 shows a huge wave crashing over a section of the famous Atlantic Road in Averøy, Norway, 26 November 2011 - one day after the storm Berit struck the Norwegian coast. EPA/

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Transfagarasan

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Transfagarasan

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Stelvio

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APRiders speed down the Stelvio pass during 14th stage of the Giro, Tour of Italy, cycling race ending in Livigno, Italy, Sunday, May 22, 2005. The stage was won by Colombias Ivan Parra. (AP Photo/Alessandro Trovati)

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EPAepa01155880 A vehicle travels on the Death Road, a road in the tropical zone of Yungas, in the department of La Paz, Bolivia, 23 October 2007. The region is visited for its tourist attractiveness and for being located in the mountainous Andean zone nex

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EPAepa01208835 View of the remainders from a bus that crashed at the daybreak in a tropical area of La Paz, Bolivia, 26 December 2007, which left three people dead and 41 injured. Since the beginning of the Christmas holidays, at least 46 people died and

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REUTERSA vehicle plies along the Srinagar-Leh highway after it is opened to traffic in Zojila, 108 km (67 miles) east of Srinagar May 14, 2006. The 443 km (275 mile) long highway was opened by Indian army authorities for traffic on Sunday after remaining

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Workers and Pakistani soldiers speed up clearance on the Neelum Valley road, which was heavily damaged by the October 8 earthquake north of Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir, about 130km (82 miles) north of Islamabad November 5, 2

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Kashmiri earthquake survivors stop to avoid a landslide on the Neelum Valley road, connecting to the Line of Control between Pakistani and Indian-administered Kashmir, which was heavily damaged by the October 8 earthquake, on the Neelum Valley, north of M

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REUTERSVehicles travel along the damaged Halsema Highway after landslides triggered by typhoon Parma in Benguet province, north of Manila October 18, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer (PHILIPPINES DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)

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REUTERSA villager and her child walk on a cliff that was damaged by a landslide brought on by Typhoon Parma which struck the Halsema Highway in Tublay, Benguet, north of Manila, October 13, 2009. The Philippine House of Representatives has approved 12 bil

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REUTERSA cleaner sweeps a part of a road excavated in the cliff of Taihang Mountain in Pingshun county, Shanxi province, September 2, 2009. This 1,500-meter (0.93 mile) road took 200 families 30 years to complete and has facilitated movement between Xiyag

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Jebel Hafeet Mt Road

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Ring of Kerry

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APThe Kerry coast at Dingle, An Daingean, Co Kerry, shown in this July 8, 2005, photo. Bus tours of Ireland _ from the spectacular vistas of the Ring of Kerry to guided trips along Dublins River Liffey _ are increasing in popularity. Thats no surprise in

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Amalfi Coast

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EPAepa01010733 The pack of cyclists leaves the Costiera Amalfitana, the riviera of southern region Campania, during the 153-km-long fourth stage of the 90th Giro dItalia cycling tour, from Salerno to Montevergine di Mercogliano, all in Campania, on 16 May

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Great Ocean Road

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epa000473152 This handout picture shows several of the famous Twelve Apostles limestone structures off Victorias coast just before one collapses, leaving only eight still standing, Sunday 03 July 2005. One of the giant structures off the Great Ocean Road

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dapdAn aerial view looking southbound shows the landslide blocking Highway 1 south of Rocky Creek Bridge, as California Highway Patrol fly their helicopter over Big Sur, Calif. on Thursday March 31, 2011. (Foto:Monterey County Herald, David Royal/AP/dapd)

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APRiders cross the historic Rocky Creek Bridge with the Pacific Ocean in the background during the fourth stage of the Tour of California cycling race in Big Sur, Calif. Thursday, Feb. 23, 2006. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

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dapdThis Jan. 1, 2012, photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau shows a portion of the original Bahia Honda trestle bridge in the Florida Keys, at Bahia Honda Key, Fla. The bridge was built in the early 1900s to carry Henry Flaglers Florida Keys Ove

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DEC99 - 20030426 - MARATHON, UNITED STATES : A field of 1,500 runners compete in the Seven Mile Bridge Run in the Florida Keys Saturday, 26 April 2003. The annual foot race from Marathon, Florida, to Little Duck Key, staged on the longest of 43 bridges of

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Jadranska Magistrale

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Jadranska Magistrale

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