If you're going to go down the rabbit hole, you might as well do it in style. These tunnels from around the world look exactly like the sorts of places that would lead you to the lands beyond our ken.

The Light Tunnel at Detroit Metropolitan County Airport, Romulus, Michigan

Light patterns along the tunnel are choreographed with music.

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The Yew Tunnel, planted during the 18th century by the Dyer family in Llangathen, Carmarthenshire, UK

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Lærdal Tunnel, the longest road tunnel (15.23 mi or 24.5 km) in the world, connecting Lærdal and Aurland, Norway, opened in 2000

The tunnel is going as much as 4,920 ft (1,500 m) under the mountains and decorated with special light effects.

(Photo by Marit Hommedal/Scanpix/AP, Wikimedia Commons and Kenneth Rivenes)

Bund Sightseeing Tunnel, under the Huangpu River in Shanghai, China, opened in 2000

(via Michael Pham, SFBrit, sakechaud, Tom Thai, Zhang Wenjie and Joe Lazarus)

The Tunnel of Love, Klevan, Ukraine

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The 0.86 mi (1.2 km) long Guoliang Tunnel Road in Henan Province, China, carved between 1972 and 1977 by the inhabitants of a small village named Guoliang, to make the place more easily accessible.

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The Wisteria Tunnel, Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Kitakyushu, Japan

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Tunnel of Nine Turns in Taroko National Park, Taiwan, constructed in 1996

(via Edgar Alan Zeta-Yap, Peilun Hsu, Becky Lai and Hsawn Chen)

The Dark Hedges, Ballymoney, UK, planted by the Stuart family in the 18th century

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