The widest Avenue in the world is well-known. There are trains passing in the middle and many lanes on both sides. It takes a long time to cross the road. Along the way, there are many scenic spots, the Obelisk and the opera house are on the roadside, and there are more gorgeous blue sill trees, which make the whole street full of romance.
In the morning, I went to the street on July 9 to feel the world's widest (140m wide) longest street. As a matter of fact, it is well-known. There is a world-famous landmark "obelisk" in the middle of the road. Count the trees on both sides and in the middle. It's 20 lanes in both directions. It's really wide and long.
Argentina is independent on July 9. The Independence Square is on the street. Of course, there are monuments. The whole street is very busy and crowded. It is basically Latin America, Europe and the United States, with large shopping malls and dense street parks. I like this area very much.
July 9 Avenue, a two-way 18-lane street, is also the widest street in the world. This street is worth recommending. On both sides of the street are some famous buildings such as the French Embassy, the statue of Don Quixote, the famous Obelisk and the Republic Square.
The lanes are separated by two isolation zones, each with six lanes to and fro. There are traffic lights at every intersection, including pedestrian traffic lights. It is very convenient for both vehicles and pedestrians to cross. July 9th Street runs through the city from north to south. It is the widest city street in the world today. If you cross this street once, you will leave an indelible impression on its breadth and traffic flow.
It's really a Big Mac class, known as the world's widest street, with 18 lanes and several garden belts in the middle. It takes three times to walk through the street until the traffic lights stop and go. The obelisk, the symbol of Buenos Aires, is in the middle of the road.