Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Street Art, Nafplio

Why would anyone graffiti a wall, a train, a clean surface? Why would they colour it in vivid colours that are alien to the dullness of a city. I say, why not? Should we abide by the grey, black, white colours of a clean wall in a dirty and in some cases inhospitable city? However, let us not accept it everywhere, especially when it ruins the beauty of an old city, with its glorious history, or its religious buildings, whether they are churches or mosques. Here is a small collection of street art found in Nafplio, a small, historic city in the Peolponnese (Greece). 


























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