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An image gallery of interesting alleys from around the world.  Select to expand.

Concrete Alley by Daniel Toole in collaboration with SB Architects, in the Miami Design District, United States
Concrete Alley by Daniel Toole in collaboration with SB Architects, in the Miami Design District, United States
Cambridge Alley by Daniel Toole in collaboration with Long Zuo
Cambridge Alley by Daniel Toole in collaboration with Long Zuo
The Bloomingdale Trail, in Chicago, United States
The Bloomingdale Trail in Chicago, United States
KLA conceptual sketch for alley transformation
KLA conceptual sketch for alley transformation
An alleyway in Tomonouro, Japan
An alleyway in Tomonouro, Japan
English alleyways are 'mews'. Lush Albion Mews in London, England
English alleyways are ‘mews’. Lush Albion Mews in London, England
English alleyways are 'mews'. Lush Albion Mews in London, England
English alleyways are ‘mews’. Lush Albion Mews in London, England
Canadian alleyways are 'laneways'. A laneway cafe at Bright in Victoria, Canada
Canadian alleyways are ‘laneways’. A laneway cafe at Bright in Victoria, Canada
Cobbled alley or 'woonerf' with benches and chestnut tree, in Gamla Stan, Sweden
Cobbled alley or ‘woonerf’ with benches and chestnut tree, in Gamla Stan, Sweden
Festive string lights on a nighttime alleyway
Festive string lights on a nighttime alleyway
An alleyway image from “Tight Urbanism” Alley architecture in the U.S., Australia, and Japan; by Daniel Toole
An alleyway image from “Tight Urbanism” Alley architecture in the U.S., Australia, and Japan; by Daniel Toole
An alleyway mosaic at The Painted Bride Art Center in Philadelphia, United States
An alleyway mosaic at The Painted Bride Art Center in Philadelphia, United States
Australian alleyways are 'laneways'. A Tetris art installation in a Sidney laneway, Australia
Australian alleyways are ‘laneways’. A Tetris art installation in a Sidney laneway, Australia
Steel Alley by Daniel Toole in collaboration with SB Architects, in the Miami Design District, United States
Steel Alley by Daniel Toole in collaboration with SB Architects, in the Miami Design District, United States
A 'woonerf' or 'living street' on Piramowicza St in Poland
A ‘woonerf’ or ‘living street’ on Piramowicza St in Poland
A historic gold mine alleyway in JinGuaShi, Taiwan
A historic gold mine alleyway in JinGuaShi, Taiwan
Dimensional Mosaic Mural Map in the alleyway at Philadelphia's Magic Gardens, United States
Dimensional Mosaic Mural Map in the alleyway at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, United States
The Clarion Alley Mural Project in San Francisco, United States
The Clarion Alley Mural Project in San Francisco, United States
"Forgotten Songs", an installation of 120 birdcages in a Sydney Australia alleyway
Australian alleyways are ‘laneways’. Artist Michael Thomas Hill’s “Forgotten Songs” in Angel Place laneway, Syndey, Australia
A 'laneway' in Melbourne, Australia
A ‘laneway’ in Melbourne, Australia
An alley on the way up to the Acropolis, Greece
An alley on the way up to the Acropolis, Greece
An alleyway in Kinsale, Ireland
An alleyway in
Kinsale, Ireland
Canadian alleyways are 'laneways'. A portal art installation in a laneway on Ru du Porche in Quebec, Canada
Canadian alleyways are ‘laneways’. A portal art installation in a laneway on Ru du Porche in Quebec, Canada
Canadian alleyways are 'laneways'. A portal art installation in a laneway on Ru du Porche in Quebec, Canada
Canadian alleyways are ‘laneways’. A portal art installation in a laneway on Ru du Porche in Quebec
English alleyways are 'mews'. A mural in a Codrington mews, in London, England
English alleyways are ‘mews’. A mural in a Codrington mews, in London, England
Elfreth's Alley in Philadelphia, the United State's Oldest Residential Street
Elfreth’s Alley in Philadelphia, the United State’s Oldest Residential Street
A gateway leads to an alley where pedestrians stroll, in Osaka, Japan.
Alleyways in Japan are yokocho. Houzenji yokocho, Osaka, Japan
Looking through a scalloped arch into a alleyway of shops in Morocco
Markets (souks) and old town areas (medinas) of Morocco feature many alleyways. An alley in the medina of Marrakesh, Morocco
A bright orange brick gateway arch leads to a shopping alley in Morocco
Markets (souks) and old town areas (medinas) of Morocco feature many alleyways. An alley gateway in the medina of Larache, Morocco
An alley covered by shade ceiling and full of shops in Morocco
Markets (souks) and old town areas (medinas) of Morocco feature many alleyways. A souk in Jena el Fna, Marrakech, Morocco
Markets (souks) and old town areas (medinas) of Morocco feature many alleyways. An alley in the medina of Chefchaouen, Morocco
In Japan, alleyways are yokocho. An alley at Motomachi in Kawagoe, Saitama Prefecture, Japan
In Japan, alleyways are yokocho. An alley at Motomachi in Kawagoe, Saitama Prefecture, Japan
Markets (souks) and old town areas (medinas) of Morocco feature many alleyways. An alley in the medina of Chefchaouen, Morocco