Colored cities of the world
• Colored cities in the world
Users create a mood, painting their houses in bright colors, with time entire neighborhoods become tourist attractions. Next, a small selection of colorful mood of Buenos Aires, Salzburg, Dublin, Istanbul, Varanasi, Gdansk, the Scottish town of Portree, Girona and Sweden Sigtuna ...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
This La Boca - the brightest and most colorful district of Buenos Aires, and perhaps the whole of South America! The area where the district of La Boca, it was the place where Pedro de Mendoza laid the city of Buenos Aires in 1536. In La Boca was the first port of Buenos Aires, in 1895 the area became the second largest in the capital. The place is very interesting and historically significant.
Especially great in the winter, when cloudy, the colors "play" with the fleeting river Salzach ...
Multicolored old Jewish quarter of Balat.
India all in general is probably the most colorful country in the world, the holy city of Varanasi on the banks of the Ganges is no exception:
Northern port city of Poland, "the Polish Venice" ...
Portree, Isle of Skye, Scotland
The administrative center of the island of Skye, a small town with a "color promenade", particularly interesting during the tides:
During low tide, it's time to paint and repair the bottom of the boat:
A small village-town, 100 km north of Stockholm. Cozy and colorful, the small houses and the lake, recommended by Lonely Planet guidebook labeled "a real old Sweden":
But this house I liked the most! The most common house outside of the center, it all chocolate color :)
Approximately in the same key, but still very bright!
Austrian colored trolley!
Photo-epilogue :) slogan speaks for itself! Color your mood!