If you ever thought your neighbourhood was weird, then feast your eyes on these incredibly strange streets from around the world. From terrifyingly steep inclines to impossibly complicated junctions, some streets have become tourist attractions in their own right for their sheer absurdity. It’s hard to imagine what was going through the minds of the architects that designed some of the following roadways, but they certainly provide an unusual landmark for bemused tourists.
1. Ebenezer Place, Scotland
This tiny street is home to just one address which consists of the front door to the bistro of Mackeys Hotel. Possibly the only street in the world that it’s virtually impossible to get lost in, it measures just 2.06 metres long. The hotel was built in 1883, and Ebenezer Place became an official street in 1887.