TRAVEL P0RN: An Urban Quest for Color

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15th Nov, 2012

I went on a mad spree this morning on Tumblr looking for some colorful urban marvels that I’d like to hop to and from if I had one of those teleportation thingys from Star Trek. Welcome to another edition of Travel P*rn™!

Tbilisi, Georgia

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Georgetown, Malaysia

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San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Buqshan Hotel in Khalia, Yemen

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Lubeque, Germany

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Hanoi, Vietnam

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Bergen, Norway

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Lahore, Pakistan

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Paris, France

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Rajasthan, India

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Istanbul, Turkey

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Annecy, France

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Nubian village of Aswan, Egypt

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Bo-Kaap district of Cape Town, South Africa

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Elfreth’s Alley, Philedelphia

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Chidambaram Temple, Tamil Nadu, India

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Tokyo, Japan

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green & pink

Gracia in Catelonia, Spain

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Porto Venere, Liguria, Italy

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Chefchouen, Morocco

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Antigua Guatemala

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Napoli, Italy

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Guanajuato, Mexico City

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Neal’s Yard, Covent Garden in London

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Ráquira, Boyacá department, Colombia

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Aarhus, Denmark

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Height & Asbury District, San Francisco

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Las Ramblas, Barcelona

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This last one is an unknown location. If you anyone has any guesses of where in the world this zingy neon building might be, let us know in the comments!

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