You will want to live the postcard from the world's 8 fairy-tale village

Is it possible not to miss the quiet places that bring green and blue together? Postcard from small cute houses in the high mountains, outcropped plains. 8 fantastic villages where all this counts together.
1. Giethoorn, Netherlands
Giethoorn, in the province of Overijssel in the Netherlands, came to fame in 1958 when Dutch film producer Bert Haanstra shot Fanfare in this village.
Its village is around 3 thousand, which makes the village fantastic, with its canals, bridges and mink houses. Because this is the only road bike path in the quaint village. Known as the Venice of the North due to the canals, the village has about 180 bridges.
It is approximately 90 km from Amsterdam and about 110 km from Rotterdam and The Hague.
The name of the village established in the 13th century by asylum seekers from southern Europe comes from the is Goat Horn Yüzyıl, the carob. Those who came to the village found so many carob that they gave their name to the village. In spring, the gardens of the houses are covered with lush lawns and colorful flowers, and in winter this village becomes a complete postcard. Natives and tourists in the village, ice-skating in the winter snow provides transportation.
2. Hallstatt, Austria
Located on the banks of the Hallstätter lake, Hallstatt is one of the 100 places in the world to be seen and is therefore a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The oldest salt mine in the history of the world is located here
Hallstatt, one of the oldest known settlements in Europe, is said to be based on 7,000 years ago.
On June 2, 2012, China's mining company Minmetals Corporation built a full-scale copy of the entire village in Huizhou, Guangdong Province, China.
The most important feature of Hallstatt is the oldest of the Tuz mines. Another feature of the Hallstatt village is the small size of the cemetery and therefore, the bones removed from the grave every 10 years to open space for new funerals. The removed skulls are exhibited in the Bones House due to the names of their owners for their profession and death.
3. Shirakawa-Go, Japan
Another village in the UNESCO World Heritage List is the village of Shirakawa in Japan, founded in the 12th century. One of the most important features of the village in the mountainous region is the small houses of local residents with unique gapped roofs. For hundreds of years, residents have been cultivating silkworms and producing fabrics. Since the silkworm is grown in houses, almost all houses in the village are small factories.
4. Reine, Norway
Brochures that promote Norway with its beautiful landscape are often found in Reine, Sakrisoya and south of Hamnoya. The village with a population of 400 people is one of the most touristy villages in Norway. It is located on the Moskenes island on the islands of Lofoten in the Norland province, northwest of Norway.
5. Bibury, England
Bibury is a beautiful, touristy village of Gloucestershire in the mountainous River Coln, west of England. His upright roofed houses, like Bibury Bridget Jones's Diary and Stardust, are adjacent to large, lush green fields.
The 17th-century Arlington Rowhouses are a must-see. It is the main tourist destination for tourists visiting many protected buildings in Cotswold County with their tea houses in the traditional rural village. Bibury is one of the 10 most romantic villages in Europe with its stone houses, narrow footpaths, streams flowing around the roads and its beautiful gardens.
6. Colmar, France
Located in the Alsace region on the border with France, Colmar is one of the most colorful villages in France. Since the German border, the French and German influences of this village, which has been seen in the country, extend to the 9th century. Colmar, known as the yıl capital of wine “in 1226, was the Emperor. Frederick takes the status of an independent imperial city. Then Sweden and then France. When he advances, he moves back and forth between France and Germany. One of which he says is that it is the territory of France after the 1945 Colmar War.
At the entrance to Colmar you are greeted by the Statue of Liberty, symbol of the United States. The reason for this work is the sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi was born in Colmar.
The most famous part of town is called "Little Venice" (Petite Venice). If you go to Colmar in spring, you have a chance to stroll through small canals with gondolas.
7. Rothenburg, Germany
Rothenburg ob der Tauber is one of the most important settlements of the Romantic Route of Germany. Rothenburg ob der Tauber also means er The Red Castle above the Tauber River Roth. In the 12th century, this charming town is located in the Franconian region of Bavaria, in the Bavarian province of Rote Burg. By the end of the 14th century, Rothenburg o.d.T became the ğinde Free Imperial City lar, an account of the Emperor, giving the Emperor himself special privileges. Very good protection of such an important city has become unavoidable. The city's defense system, the fortifications and more than 40 towers and doors are still standing today.
8. Telč, Czech Republic
Another village in the World Heritage List by UNESCO, formerly Czech Republic Telč. Located in the Moravian Region of Czech Republic, it is a small town with 6000 inhabitants dating back to the 17th century. In addition to the 17th-century Renaissance castle with its British-style park, the most important landmarks are the city square, the unique view of the city with its fun places and well-preserved Renaissance and longitudinal Baroque houses.
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