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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