Thursday, March 31, 2016

Most Colorful Cities Around the World

Many of the world's most iconic metropolises are filled with towering skyscrapers and shiny glass-and-steel facades, but not all cities are gray concrete jungles. From the candy-colored buildings of Havana, Cuba to the blue-painted houses of Jodhpur, India, many urban areas have embraced vivid hues in their streets for generations. To brighten your day, here are some of the most colorful locales across the globe—each delightfully vibrant in its own unique way.
Above: Procida, Naples, Italy
Photo: Francesco Riccardo Iacomino

 San Francisco, California, USA
Photo: Ian Ransley

 Pachuca, Mexico
Photo: Franklin Ames

 Buenos Aires, Argentina
Photo: Aubrey Stoll

 Guatapé, Colombia
Photo: Alejandro Osorio Agudelo

 Copenhagen, Denmark
Photo: barnyz

 Bo Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa
Photo: ser_is_snarkish

 Charleston, South Carolina, USA
Photo: Curtis Cabana

 Izamal, Mexico
Photo: Eneas De Troya

 Sighisoara, Romania
Photo: George Nutulescu

 St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
Photo: Ritche Perez

 Willemstad, Curaçao
Photo: Tim Drivas

 Valparaíso, Chile
Photo: byvalet/Shutterstock

 Guanajuato, Mexico
Photo: Bud Ellison

Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Photo: Filipe Frazao/Shutterstock

 Gamla stan, Stockholm, Sweden
Photo: Paval Hadzinski

 Jodhpur, India
Photo: Clark & Kim Kays

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Photo: karamysh/Shutterstock

 Tirana, Albania
Photo: Merlin and Rebecca

 Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway
Photo: Daniele Ceccato

Havana, Cuba
Photo: Kamira/Shutterstock

Wrocław, Poland
Photo: Pablo77/Shutterstock

 Cinque Terre, Italy
Photo: Shann Yu

 Chefchaouen, Morocco
Photo: Singa Hitam

 Old San Juan, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Photo: pedro lastra

 Nassau, Bahamas
Photo: Valéria Almeida

 Menton, France
Photo: Sébastien Mespoulhé

 Reykjavik, Iceland
Photo: Paul Rollison

 Istanbul, Turkey
Photo: Moyan Brenn

 Burano, Venice, Italy

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