August 30, 2017
5 Must-Visit Destinations To See Architecture Buildings For Pastel Lovers
Feel hard to decide the places to visit in this fall vacation? Want to visit some stunning architecture buildings? This article will definitely give inspirations to you. Based on color trends, Brabbu Blog selects 5 must-visit destinations for pastel lovers to enjoy the world’s dreamiest and soft-hued architecture buildings. From a new perspective, you may have a new idea on your travel destination.
5 Must-Visit Destinations To See Architecture Building For Pastel Lovers
Built by architect Ricardo Bofill in 1972, La Muralla Roja is one of the world’s most fantastical pastel buildings. Stairs are washed in blue, purple, pink and red that is certainly perfect for taking pictures. It is said that if you come at the right time of a day, you can even see the blue walls melt into the ocean.
With over 750 pastel-colored buildings, Curaçao is a dream place for pastel lovers. This is also a historic city that you learn stories behind every building. Every corner of this place is suitable to take pictures.
Santorini is so famous that attracts travelers from all the world. With these stunning buildings, this island has an enduring charm from ancient times.
Cape Town, South Africa
Bo-Kaap is a 10-minute walk from the center of Cape Town and is well worth the visit. Every building is closed to each other that generate a logo effect of overlapping shades of mint green, duck-egg blue, lilac and baby pink.
Mexico City, Mexico
This is a masterpiece of geometry, light, and design. Completing with stables, swim, ing pools, and a fountain, this place has served as the backdrop for numerous fashion shoots and movies.
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