The World’S Colorful Cities

The centre of St Johns, on the island of Newfoundland, Canada, is nicknamed “Jellybean Row”: the colorful houses, seen from the sea, resemble a row of jelly candy. Tradition has it that in the past the captains of the ships painted the facades of the houses to see them better when they were about to land. St Johns was nicknamed the “San Francisco in miniature” for its colors. In the next picture, the original…

Foto: © Zach Bonnell, Flickr

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