Νότια Αφρική, Κέιπ Τάουν, Μπο-Κάαπ

World's most colorful places: Members of the Cape Malay community of Cape Town, South Africa, began painting their homes to celebrate the end of apartheid.

Μαρόκο, Σεφσάουεν

World’s most colourful cities: Morocco’s azure haven, Chefchaouen, a city high in Morocco’s Rif Mountains known for its labyrinthine medina bathed entirely in shades of blue.

Καναδάς, Άγιος Ιωάννης Νέας Γης

This historic stretch of downtown St. John’s is called Jellybean Row: ship captains would assign their homes a distinct candy color to make them easier to spot from the sea.

Χιλή, Βαλπαραΐσο

This tour is the best way for you to experience a full-day guided experience that takes you to see 2 coastal cities in the central region of Chile. Valparaiso is declared World Heritage by Unesco with a lot of character and.

Ιταλία, Βερνάτσα

Vernazza, Italy Photo by Scott Spagnoli from Amazing Things in the World, fb

Αργεντινή, Μπουένος Άιρες, συνοικία Λα Μπόκα

Αργεντινή, Μπουένος Άιρες, συνοικία Λα Μπόκα

Ebeltoft, Δανία

Ebeltoft, Denmark Ebeltoft is a town with a population of January the central east coast of Denmark, located in Syddjurs m.

Balat, Κωνσταντινούπολη

Balat is the traditional Jewish quarter in the Fatih district of Istanbul, Turkey. Photographer: Sina Demiral (j)

Sagano Bamboo, Japan

The Sagano Bamboo Forest found in Arashiyama, Japan and covers about 6 square miles. Image by Matthew Fleming / Getty Images