13/6/2018 - 7:58 am

A Thousand Years And More - Oldest Trees

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Methuselah - The oldest living Great Basin bristlecone pine, California, USA. Methuselah - The oldest living Great Basin bristlecone pine, California, USA.

When a building is a century old, it's considered historical. A thousand year old construction by humans is something deserving a visit by many. Now imagine trees that are of the same age. Not many have seen, nevertheless, there are many 'millennial' trees around the world. Check out our gallery.


Angel Oak Tree on John's Island, South Carolina is over 1000 years old


2000 year old Montezuma cypress tree, known as the 'The Tree of Tule', Santa Maria del Tule, Mexico. 


2000 - 2500 years old Olive tree, near Bar, Montenegro


Over 4000 years old Bristlecone Pine Forest, California


4000 - 5000 years old Cypress of Abarkuh, Abarkuh, Iran


3500 years old olive tree, Kavusi, Crete, Greece


2000 years old boabab tree, Leydsdorp, South Africa


Thousand years old Oak Tree of Lavender Festival of 123 Farm at San Bernardino, Los Angeles County, United States


Over thousand years old tree in The Imperial College, China


The Sycamore Tree "Zacchaeus" Jesus In Jericho


1000 years old Drago Milenario, North of Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

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Martina Advaney

Martina is a designer with many years of experience, she writes articles on varied subjects and also conducts interviews.

 

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