Frangrant Wall Art in Zalipie, Poland by Kutor

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To see possibly the most colorful corner of Poland that eludes the casual tourist, one must venture to the junction of the Vistula and Dunajec rivers, an enchanting ethnographic micro-region with Zalipie at its core. Calling it a “painted village” doesn’t quite do it justice, as almost every visible surface – including stoves, window sills, barn doors and even chicken pens – in the town is embellished with vivid floral paintings.

Taken in Zalipie, Poland with Canon 450D.

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Anna J. Kutor is Budapest-born freelance journalist and photographer with a passion for travel and a taste for unusual adventures. Her stories and images of historic landmarks, emerging cultural trends and artistic events around Europe have been published in numerous print and online publications, including Warsaw Insider, Discover Poland, New Warsaw Express and the in-flight magazines of WizzAir, RyanAir, Brussels Airlines and Air Baltic.

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