Baldwin Street, in Dunedin on New Zealand’s South Island, is only 1,150 feet long, but walking to the end of it will leave you panting for breath and in need of a drink. At a gradient of 1:2.86 (a 19-degree slope), the residential street is the steepest in the world. #steepeststreet #baldwinstreet #real #realestate #unusualhouse #instapic #picoftheday #instamood #instagram
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Competitors take part in the traditional "Steepest Race in the World" in Baldwin street in Dunedin September 18, 2011. Baldwin street is the world's steepest street, according to the Guinness Book. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SOCIETY SPORT)
A woman runs down Baldwin street in Dunedin, September 5, 2011. Baldwin street is considered as one of the world's steepest streets. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (NEW ZEALAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
Preparations are made for a race up one of the world's steepest street in Dunedin, New Zealand on September 18, 2011. The race takes place up the Baldwin Street which has an average gradient of 1 in 3.41. The record time for the race which involves competitors running to the top of the hill and back is 1 minutes 56 seconds and was set in 1994. The 2011 race winner was Glen Ballam of Invercargill who completed the race in 2 minutes 32 seconds. AFP PHOTO/PAUL ELLIS (Photo credit should read PAUL ELLIS/AFP/Getty Images)
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P.S. This is what the town's mini horses look like. Never change, NZ!