The Power of Color – Street art around the world Part II: Valparaíso, Chile

I am fascinated by streetart. I am fascinated by the fact that there are people out there who can paint the most beautiful paintings, sometimes in the matter of minutes, with a message that makes all of the spectators think. I am fascinated by the cities that are so colorful that you don’t even know where to look first. And on top of that, those cities don’t even know how picturesque they are.

My post today introduces you to one of the cities I’ve known about for so long and I always wanted to visit because of it’s colorful appearance. I finally made it there in December 2016 (find my blogposts about Chile here and here) and because the street art was just too beautiful not to share, I’ll do it here now.

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Central Chile: A photo diary Part 1

Thanks to my beautiful friend’s wedding on December 17th 2016, I was lucky enough to spend most of my pre-christmas time in Chile.
The wedding took place in Olmué, which is a tiny village between Vina del Mar and Santiago, so we decided to spend our trip only around Central Chile.
We rented a car and drove around Cajon del Maipo and the coast north of Vina del Mar. See for yourself how beautiful and most of all diverse only a small part of Chile can be already!

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