When you travel around the world, you can always see some unique and beautiful buildings and houses. Yes, there are also many ordinary buildings, but the others are more interesting and we make many pictures with them. There are many houses painted in different colors, which bring positivity in the life. For that reason, we have decided to present to you some of the most colorful streets in the world. You will never get bored while walking on these colorful streets.
There is always something new and interesting to see. So, enough talking. Scroll the pictures below and enjoy.
The most colorful streets in the world
1. Colmar in France
This amazing city looks like it was pulled from some fairytale. Moreover, the architecture includes German half-timber buildings and bright French shutters, showing us two different cultures merged into one. There is a channel in the old town in Colmar and because of it, this place is called “Small Venice”.
2. Chefchaouen in Morocco
This small town in Morocco is surrounded by mountains. It is known for its mix of a Muslim and Spanish architecture, covered with blue color. So, in one word, this city looks amazing. The city was painted by the Jewish immigrants.
They painted the city I order to mimic the sky and paradise. If you have still not visited this city, you should really do. You will not regret for sure.
3. Las Palmitas in Mexico
When you look this part of Mexico from a large distance, it looks like one big picture. About 2000 homes were painted in order to add a bit colorfulness in this dark part of Mexico. Authorities supported this project where about 200 street artists were invited.
4. Burano in Italy
This city is considered to be the city of fishermen and artists. The colorful houses give a special look to this beautiful city. According to the people there, the fishermen started to paint their houses in order to recognize them.
5. Newfoundland in Canada
Although Canada is associated with cold winters and depressed surrounding, this street will definitely change your opinion. However, all houses in the street have different colors. Red, yellow, blue and lavender color are the most common colors.