Top 1000 Village Pictures

Gorgeous Day in Vernazza, Cinque Terre, Italy

Great place for a hike! You can go by train to Monterosso, walk to Vernazza, go for a swim and have some superb italian ice cream from the green house on the waterfront afterwards. Then walk to Cornigla and catch the train back to

The charming Dazhai,nestled in the paddle field covered hills of Longsheng, Guanxi province, China

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The town of Santa Maddalena, Funes, Italy

Of course, both words have the same Latin root, so I was confident an English speaker would get its meaning. In the mountains, the main village usually lies downhill, while uphill there are two or three “fractions”, with (normally) a church or a chapel,

Telluride, Colorado

just to sum up, in your opinion the US is: * hell on earth * lacking in consciousness * developed in a way to inspire depression and superficiality * not quite as bad as the Soviet Union * Short Sighted * built on stilts

Riomaggiore, Italy

Awesome picture. I was there in June of this year. The view of Vernazza while hiking from Monterosso is amazing as well.

Woods Hole, Cape Cod, MA

When I was younger my aunt worked in Woods Hole. I moved back to Texas for some time and I would brag to friends about how cool I thought it was that she worked there, but I’d get all tripped up in my fast

Cinque Terra, Italy

Terre, please. “Five lands”, not “five land” That said, I agree: I never get tired of seeing these. This is Manarola, by the way; [National Geographic also shot it at night, from a different angle.](

Amalfi, Italy

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Vieste, the pearl of Gargano. Apulia, Italy

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Village in Iran

My father is from Iranian Kurdistan so I showed him this picture. He immediately recognized and said it’s a region called Hawraman. Another pic (sorry for the long link):

Bourtange, The Netherlands

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Ski village of Formigal, in the Aragon Pyrenees of northeastern Spain.

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