I briefly mentioned the murals that adorn several of the buildings in the UNESCO World Heritage district of Valparaiso in a previous blog. But this time I’d like to focus on the Graffiti and Murals themselves.
Admittedly, much of the graffiti in this remarkably colourful town is the scrawling tags and obscenities you sadly see all around the world.
But the hills of Valparaiso also have more that their fair share of actual street art. The buildings of the historic centre provide a unique canvas for many a humorous gem, and a few true works of art. Here are some of the highlights:
Thanks to Antonio and John of AFIServices for being our guides and showing us around this amazing city. I can’t believe I’m lucky enough to be returning next February!
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