Monuments By Their Colors

If you are uncertain about which category of monuments would be worth visiting, you could narrow the field by visiting the colourful ones. Doesn't that sound right to you?  Colourful buildings do have a couple of advantages to consider. First, not too many of them are famous, therefore your trip will be quite original. Second, the pictures of these brightly colored monuments will be simply perfect.


Al Khazneh – ancient city of Petra, Jordan


Mozart house, Salzburg, Austria 


Hawa Mahal palace (Palace of the Winds), Jaipur, Rajasthan 


Jamiul Alfar Mosque, Colombo, Sri Lanka


Izamal, the yellow colonial city of Yucatan, Mexico


Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Abu Dhabi, UAE


Rathaus (Town Hall) in Basel, Switzerland


Green Mosque, Kovalam, Kerala, India


Kremlin and Historical Museum, Red Square, Moscow, Russia


Facades in Poznan, Poland


Old Town Hall in Esslingenm, Germany


Telc, Czech Republic

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