I’m a little obsessed about a little village named Zalipie (in Poland) that my sister posted about last night. The entire surface of the village appears to be decorated in a sort of floral tole painting. Given the population hovers around 743 people (wiki) that’s a lot of work for a handful of people.
A travel blog I came across named Lou Messugo underlined the smallness of the place:
“We arrived ravenous and were very happy we’d taken a picnic as Zalipie doesn’t have any cafés or shops, just a series of spread out cottages, farm buildings, church and community centre.”
Sounds completely delightful really. As an added side note the author of the blog said her teenage boys grew pretty tired of all the flowery houses but she was able to see quite a few.