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Color? I think colors are the most meaningful thing in the world. . .

First of all, I would like to emphasize the importance of colors in our lives.The colors affect our lives physiologically and psychologically in a positive way or negative way, but of course, I will take you to places that will affect you most heartily.In this article, you will see how life is beautiful and worth living.If you really feel that feeling, collect your suitcase, go there .!!

  Jodhpur, India

Geographically, Jodhpur is located in the center of Rajasthan province of India, a city that is fascinating with its blue color.


The secret of the blue color of the city is that the Brahmans, considered to be the top class in India, live in this city.

According to the preamble, the Brahmans used to be able to distinguish their houses from those of other classes in the past.

But over time this situation has become a tradition and all the houses have begun to paint in the blue.


Jodhpur is a small and quiet city with a population of 1.5 million, which is widely thought of in India.

One of the most seen places in the city is undoubtedly Mehrangarh Castle.

Another architectural masterpiece in the city is the Jaswant Thada temple, which is about 15 minutes away by foot.

Another important source of livelihood outside the furniture sector in the city is handcrafted products. The most prominent of these is the silk slippers that appear at almost every market.

Let’s not forget that Jodhpur is also a brand city in the manufacture of jewelry.

In Jodhpur, which is rich in culinary culture, Samosa, which resembles an amulet, is among the delicacies of Jalebi, which is a delicacy lassi drink and abundant sorbet dessert.

However, Jodhpur is a city that must be seen with extraordinary color and multicultural texture unique to India. We hope you will one day go and see.

*What to take?traditional clothes worn on special occasions, cosmetics made from sandalwood plants, perfume and incense.And, of course, spices!!


    Lavender Fields, France


Sault is a small village with 1,500 inhabitants in the Provence region of France. But every year thousands of tourists flock to this keeper who protects their identity. Every corner of the tiny bazaar sells lavender products from the shampoo to the ice cream, from the ice to the essence. The vast purple lavender fields around Sault offer a complete visual feast.

*What to take?

Shampoos, colonies, teas, cookies, ice creams, oil paintings, ornaments and even toys. You can find the “lavender” of everything here. You will definitely come to the Sault market on Wednesdays and you will find a lot of gifts that you will receive both yourself and your loved ones.


  Bo-Kaap, Cape Town


Located on the southern tip of Africa, Cape Town, Cape Town is the most visited place in South Africa. One of the most interesting places in this city is the Bo-Kaap neighborhood and the W & A Waterfront.

In general, Bo-Kaap, where Muslims live, stands out with its cobbled streets and Jamai (Queen Victoria) Mosque, the oldest mosque in the city. This district, which is predominantly Indian Indonesian and Malay slaves, is full of colorful houses … Bo-Kaap is also called ‘Up Cape Town’ because it is built on Signal Hill, which is a sloping land to Table Mountain.



Bo-Kaap, located just a short walk from the modern city center, makes you feel different air immediately with its glassy, extravagantly whitewashed houses. The Muslims living here began to paint their homes in such a lively color in the 1990s that racial discrimination ended. The South African Malayas, who are forced to wear uniform clothes at first, want to take the pain of the past years by painting the outer ceiling of their houses with vivid colors when they are free.

*What to take?

Wooden masks, jewelery, leather goods, ceramics or handmade textile products can be purchased from shopping centers such as Canal Walk, V & A Waterfront and Cape Quarter in Cape Town.



   Lake Retba, Senegal

The Lake of Retba or Lac Rose extends along the north of Cap-vert peninsula in Senegal. It is located in the north east of Dakar city, the capital of Senegal.


The name is taken from the pink water of the lake, the reason why it is pink is the water algae called Dunaliella Salina. The color of the lake is very visible in arid climates. The lake is also known for its high salt content.
Thanks to the pink color, the Retba Lake in Senegal is among the world’s heritages.

The Pink Lake in Senegal is the only example of the species in the world. This lake, which appears to have fallen in potassium potassium permanganate, lives on fish and other creatures.


      Tulip halls, Netherlands

Every city has a symbol. Some are statues, some are gigantic cathedrals or an opera house. As for Amsterdam, its symbol is tulip gardens. These magnificent flowers, which affect all cultures from all over the world, are like a feast of their own in their colorful state. Even famous festivals will be the subject of even the famous llamas.


As in Amsterdam a clear picture of the minds. It is a postcard-like landscape with a deep blue sky, a windmill and a rainbow-like version of the rainbow all wrapped up around its bosom. Elegance adds elegance, color to your senses, modernity of color. With this colorful person you will know where you see the tulip gardens. A bundle of bunches is sold on the stalls while traveling around Amsterdam streets.



   Luoping, China


Luoping, the region of China’s leading canola farming, has a yellowish appearance in the high season of its product, known as the ‘golden sea’. This yellow image, which also surrounds the residential areas, has a stunner that amazes and excites the viewers from a distance.


 Shibazakura Valley


JapanShibazakura Hill, located on the skirts of Mount Fuji, has a magnificent atmosphere with the opening of thousands of flowers bearing pink tones. This area, which fascinates the people with the visual festivity and spring smells, is one of the most colorful places to be seen in the world.


      Lake Natron, Tanzania


The depth of Natron Lake, a soda lake in northern Tanzania, is about 3 meters. The pH of the lake (acid/base) value is 10.5. This is because the pH value is so low that it is low compared to the surrounding area of the lake. All the minarets in the vicinity are gathered in the lake because the lake is low. Therefore, the ratio of sodium and carbonate is also very high. Thanks to the minerals in the lake, the dead animals harden and dry up and become lime and sculpture.

Another characteristic of the lake is that it is a thermal lake with a temperature of 41 degrees.