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The Widest Avenue in the World

9 de Julio Avenue, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Take care crossing this street because it may take you a long time. The widest avenue in the world is 9 de Julio Avenue (9th of July Avenue) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The avenue has a total of 18 lanes at its widest point, with seven lanes going in either direction and two parallel streets on either side.

It’s not completely covered with pavement over its entire width and has green areas in-between the…

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