邂逅Tunisia blue and white town feels different style

邂逅Tunisia blue and white town feels different style

Tunisia, the blue and white town of Tunisia, on the other side of the Mediterranean, where the buildings are white.

There is a small town called Sidi Bou Said, a charming town where artists live, where all the buildings are white and all the windows and doors are blue.

The quiet town, people call it blue and white town.

  The suburb of Lanbai Town is on the beautiful mountain bag, blue and white are the representative colors of the town.

The white houses in the town are built on the hills, and the courtyard doors, windows and stair railings of all houses are painted in sky blue, which is in harmony with the blue and blue waters of the Mediterranean.

A harmonious picture of blue and white In the Middle Ages, the Spanish aborigines who escaped religious persecution crossed the Mediterranean Sea from the Iberian Peninsula and fled to the cliff towns where they settled.

People at that time should not have expected that the refuge that used to escape in the past is now one of the world’s top ten romantic towns, full of a city of Andalusian style white house blue windows, full of a city with lilac petalsOn its high cliffs, you can see the pale green tender sea.

The blue and white transitional transitional green-green light stone roads lead, you will see the white castle, the white flat-top house, high and low, staggered fairy-tale posture.

Curiously asking every Tunisian who crosses the street, he will tell you with a smile, why do they like to paint blue windows, doors, eaves and colonnades on a white house?

The fairy tale in the heart of the whole town is along the mountain, the layout is very simple, a cobbled street, white houses shining in the sun on both sides, and some alleys are moving from the inside of the house.

The houses are only two or three stories high, and the most people feel as if they are in a fairy tale, the blue iron window and the blue wooden door placed in white.

  The Arab-style vine scrolls are displayed in the iron window, symmetrical and psychedelic; the dome in the upper part of the wooden door represents the building of the mosque, the blue copper nails on the door are combined to form the stars and the moon, as well as the bows, flowers and other IslamicThe pattern is gorgeous and beautiful.

In the charm of blue and white, there are few former residents in the town. The blue and white houses have become more and more homes. Even the shops are full of shackles, white skin and dark skin.Or the owner of the brown skin, sitting quietly in the sun in front of the door, or in the shade of the green.

Blue and white seem to filter out everything.

The artist’s blue and white houses on the paradise town have become artists, writers’ studios, and I walked into a house with vaulted walls covered with oil paintings, portraits, stills, and several abstract styles of running horses.Imagine the coziness and remind me of the cursives of our ancient people.

The woman sitting in the room reading a book is a painter. These paintings are all her paintings. Her character should be both restrained and unrestrained.

The Andalusian-style lodge that travels through the white and blue windows in the blue and white is the characteristic of this beautiful town. With the scented lilac petals on the street, I believe that every visitor will be romantic by Sidi Bou Said.Deeply melted.

The town was built on the cliff, so you can see the green and tender sea by looking around.

Break through the rough stone road with a blue-green luster, white castle, white flat-roofed house – the only view in fairy tales.

Let the quiet place be full of blue and white people think of Greece on the Aegean Sea, but the blue and white tone there is dignified, the place is more casual, and the plain life reveals an indifferent atmosphere.

The open-air cafe on the top of Sidi Bou Said is the best viewing platform.

Take a leisurely sit on the bench, drink a cup of rich Arabic coffee, or a fragrant mint tea, look at the distant scenery, and look at the people around you, you will feel: life has nothing to ask for.