Friday, July 19, 2013

Three Most Colorful Cities in the World

Building as a result of man's work is also a form of communication as well as language. Therefore, the various elements presented in an attempt to buildings. One of them visually in terms of the color. Color and beauty to create the sensation when applied to a room or building. With the colors, the atmosphere was more pleasant or otherwise give the impression of bleak and heartbreaking.

In fact, some cities around the world apply a wide range of colors on the building that eventually can show characteristics, culture, creativity, and history. Here are three most colorful cities in the world according to 


Located in the mountains of the Sierra de Guanajuato, stands one of the city beautiful, GUANAJUATO. The city was founded in 1554 near the richest silver mines in Mexico. The streets and lanes of the city of Guanajuato full color spread in all directions, while some majority public vehicular traffic through an underground tunnel so that it becomes a very convenient city for pedestrians.


Willemstad is the principal city of Curacao is located in the south of the island. Dutch colonial architecture looks beautiful and blends with the waters of the Caribbean. Punda district is the main shopping area and the administrative center of the Netherlands Antilles. Punda itself is the Willemstad  oldest district that was established in 1634. Building with bright colors to make the tourists like to walk enjoy a unique view of the city.


VALPARAISO is a city in Chile. The houses in the city is decorated in a variety of bright colors. This is due to the ancient times when the ships are at the jetty will be repaired and repainted, they will leave the extra paint on the pier. City residents will take anything that can be taken to paint their house. Colorful houses have become the hallmark of Valparaiso.

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