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Congratulations, Larisa! I must admit that I'm glad that building isn't across the street from me, but it is interesting.
 
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Поздравления Лариса :):):)

Very colourful :)
 
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Thank you all! :):):)
I do not know who lives in such a house, but I suppose that these are cheerful and benevolent people. Therefore, I am not against such neighbors. In addition, it is convenient to explain to guests where you live. "Next to the bright house!" :D
 

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Hi,

Congratulations Larisa; great way to start the New Year. (y).

I wonder how much value has been wiped off nearby houses? Here's another this time in Oxford, England.

Kind regards, Colin.

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Thank you, @Colin ! :)

I like street culture - street musicians or graffiti, if it's done well. I made this photo in Scandinavia.
I think that such graffiti can reduce the price not in every country. For example, I saw such private houses in Latvia. People come to see it.

In Moscow, the municipality pays for it. Graffiti can be seen on houses.

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In small buildings.

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Graffiti decorates places for garbage collection.

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Maybe it's not quite about street culture, but it's about different cultures.
This is a public toilet in Amsterdam. This is not only for men, but for women too. My guide, a resident of Amsterdam, told me that feminist females have made pharmacies sell special items for them so that they can use this toilet too.

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And these are the windows for Muslim women in Jerusalem. Some husbands forbid their wives to go out and they see the world from broken pitchers.

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I think if feminists and such some women with Muslim traditions would meet somewhere in a neutral territory, it might look like this :D

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Congratulations, Larisa!! (y)


feminist females have made pharmacies sell special items for them so that they can use this toilet too.

:eek: Like what? A funnel and a hose?! Probably cheaper to visit a hardware store! :rolleyes:




:ROFLMAO: Here's a few gems I found looking for "weird houses."


There was an old woman who lived in a shoe...





Or a dog...?




How about a berry?





This one is pretty cool!! (y)
 
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This one is pretty cool!!
Yes, the last house reminds Snicket Lemony's "33 misfortunes" "The Great Window". :)
An ominous book that I had the imprudence to read to my son before going to bed in anticipation of a happy ending. But the happy end did not come. :cool:

The rest of the houses look good to me. Because the straight wall surface and right angles of urban homes are an aggressive environment for a person.
 
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