Several cities in the world does not need sparkling neon to brighten up the landscape. From pastel towers on the Italian coastline to the crayon-colored buildings in Argentina, the city has eight color as their main focus. You do not need to be confused to determine which country as your holiday destination.
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Manarola, Italia
Manarola, Italy is one of the oldest cities in Italy known as the Cinque Terre-five land along the northwest coast of Italy-, nestled among steep rocks above the Ligurian Sea. Fifth residential complex (Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, and Monterosso) is part of the UNESCO World Heritage site that is recognized as a "harmonious interaction between humans and nature."

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Jodhpur, India
Jodhpur city is located at the foot of the Mehrangarh fort which is often called the 'Blue City'. The color initially have social and cultural significance, which indicates the residence of the Brahmin caste.

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La Boca, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Originally a slave settlement in the 16th century, the La Boca, Buenos Aires has become one of the districts of the capital's most culturally diverse and colorful. House paint by numbers Conventillo, built by Italian immigrants and the spirit of giving the environment a festive mood. Caminito Street, an area known in La Boca, is very rich in various apartments.

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Ittoqqortoormiit, Greenland
Home in Ittoqqortoormiit (read: it-doc-cut-door-meet) emits a surprising touch of a domestic one the most remote areas in the world. Even the interior of the church was built Circa 1928 as a building rich in color. It is located on the peninsula Fjord-Laced, this city is the entrance to the Northeast Greenland National Park, the most northern parts of the world.

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San Fransisco, California
Diverse and somewhat eccentric, the city is using a variety of colors with pride, from the appearance of Windows Chinatown cheongsamin intricate embroidery to the Seven Sisters, the famous line-up and a fine Victorian house on Alamo Square.

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Willemstad, Curacao
From a distance, the front Willemstad seemingly unreal, like a doll city slammed down the Caribbean. The oldest part of Curacao was built in 1634, with a mix of Dutch architecture and palette of the Caribbean.

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Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norwegia
Svalbard is located in the capital of latitude 12 degrees north of the Arctic Circle. Board of identical houses built from krayola color orange, blue and rich red that is visible from the hills scattered snow and niche Longyearbyen.

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Bo-Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa
The city was founded by the descendants of African slaves and South Asia brought by the Dutch in the 1500s, and later influenced by the migration of Islam. Bo-Kaap in Cape Town is a district that has been developed into the candyland.

7/12/2015 23:37:10

Amazing city, as well as the city of Yogyakarta in Indonesia .... colorful

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