Colorful Storefront - Mexico

La Casa Azul [The Blue House] was the place where Frida Kahlo, came into this world, lived, and took her last breath. The building, which dates to 1904, was not a large-scale construction. Today it has an 800 m2 building surrounded by property measuring 1200 m2. Diego and Frida filled it with color, folk art, and pre-Hispanic pieces to show their admiration for the peoples and cultures of Mexico.

Ajijic Doorway, Jalisco, Mexico

Yellow adobe with vigas, red door, blue pots, cerise bougainvillea, sunflowers. Via sensual perceptions on tumblr What I dream in February

Wow look at that - who is afraid if colour? I prefer this to the sleek corporate granite and white trend

Love the color!

Las Alamandas, Jalisco Mexico

Colorful, Bucerias, Mexico**.

The colors of Mexico!

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Colorful streets of Guanajuato, Mexico

☆ Colorful passage in Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia

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Colorful fountain at Ex-Hacienda de Chautla in Puebla, Mexico | Most Beautiful Pages

color splash!

¡Que linda la muchachita!

Guanajuato, Mexico,

Essaouira, Morocco /

Zihuatanejo, México

Veracruz Mexico Vintage Travel Poster. #vintage #travel #mexico

A multi-colored temple in a village en-route to Lavasa. Really embodies the bright and colorful culture of India. I chose this because it stood out to me and it is part of Indian culture today.