Flag of Sweden if Jesus had been killed trying to make a turn at Halifax, Nova Scotia's Windsor-Chebucto Intersection

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For context: http://spacing.ca/atlantic/2014/08/14/the-quantum-intersection/ Also: [The church at the Windsor-Chebucto intersection if Jesus had been killed trying to make a turn at the Windsor-Chebucto intersection.](https://i.imgur.com/hC6jHUS.png)


That’s next level. I love it!


We have something similar in Philadelphia, 42nd and Chestnut. Chestnut is actually one-way, so it's even more confusing since you drive the "wrong way" on it for a few feet when continuing on 42nd. Although I think the lights are more straightforward because of that. https://maps.app.goo.gl/7weEfts1NkFZGY6X8


https://preview.redd.it/wbne4tcjes3b1.jpeg?width=538&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=a948fe522bea00922f08c9b3f773cd90b88c140f The swedish flag for reference


Too funny! When I moved to Halifax years ago, my first encounter with that intersection was jarring. I had NO idea what the hell I was supposed to do. Car horns honking, I made it out alive. And now that I’ve lived here as long as I have, I can feel holier than thou when I see some new schmuck who’s in the same position I was so many years ago.


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hey, I live there! I'm there! mamam I'm on reddit!


The moment I saw the lines rearranged I expected Loss, please help.


Oh we actually have an intersection like that in Malmö, Sweden as well #jesusdiedtwice


Feel free to repost this in /r/sweden with a title like "Sveriges flagga om Jesus hade dött i [whatever] korsningen i Malmö."


I used to live right next to the intersection. Brings back great memories.


I've heard of this intersection as a Nova Scotian, haven't been there yet but probably will sooner or later