Colors of Europe

Earlier today, I saw a post on the BuzzFeed where they showed pictures of some of the most colorful places around the world. It got me to thinking about some of the most colorful places I have seen in my travels around Europe. I thought I’d share my images with y’all and see what colorful places y’all have seen! Let me know in the comments and I’ll go check ’em out! 🙂

 

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Grasse, France

 

Old Town, Monaco

Old Town, Monaco

 

Cubed Houses, Rotterdam, Holland

Cubed Houses, Rotterdam, Holland

 

UN, Geneva

Ceiling of a meeting room of the UN, Geneva, Switzerland

 

Temple Bar, Dublin

Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

 

Oslo

Oslo, Norway

 

Tromso, Norway

Tromso, Norway

 

Brussels, Belgium

Brussels, Belgium

 

Edinburgh, Scotland

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Morgan spends her spare time dreaming about travel and re-reading Harry Potter. She is a public historian by training and a chocoholic by admission. She also suffers from oldest child syndrome.

12 thoughts on “Colors of Europe

      1. If you go you must must MUST visit Jo’s Cafe. You will experience the most wonderful cup of hot chocolate imaginable!

  1. Some great photos Morgan. I think you’ve hit the nail on the head with some of those. Although it’s not in Europe, I personally found that Valparaíso was the most colourful city that I ever visited! I’ve uploaded some of my favourite photos on instagram. If you have a chance, check them out and let me know what you think! 🙂

    http://www.instagram.com/thejourneyofdave

      1. Haha thanks for reading, it’s much appreciated! Unfortunately for me, these posts have been written about last year’s year abroad. I’ve got another year of school now before I can get back out there but don’t worry, there plenty more that I have to write about!

  2. Still trying to discover the colours of Turkey which is absolutely amazing. Morocco and Tuscany were definitely the most colourful ones for me 😉

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