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I remember seeing roof riding as normal on the Nile Valley Express in Sudan from Wadi Halfa to Khartoum. But this was on the BBC series Pole to Pole so around 1994. I don't know how much has changed on that line.


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So, this is a very low-tech solution, but I've found the easiest way to identify these pictures is to photograph my screen with my phone, then use Google Lens to identify the image.


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Many city centres in Europe restrict cars and other vehicles, with many streets pedestrianised or restricted to buses and other permitted vehicles. Central Oslo has severely restricted vehicles, banning parking and removing traffic from many roads. Central Amsterdam has very little traffic in most areas, with bikes and electric trams providing transport. ...


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I can’t name a country, but perhaps you would like visiting places with no cars? Many of the villages I’ve been in in Spain have streets barely wide enough for one car, and they only appear when someone needs to deliver something.


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In Russia people there's not much loud cars/bikes and also not customary to blare horn without good reason. The only standing issues is some youth playing their car audio too loud. You can expect one or two loud cars or bikes per evening I would say. Walls and windows are usually thick enough so any car sound is non-issue for most of the year when you don't ...


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