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Valencia Street Art
Street art can be found in abundance in Valencia... I discovered some at the beach area, but the Old Town was full of them!
Less words on this page, because photos speak for themselves...
Some of these are a bit weird, others are the typical graffitis that you can see in just about any big city of the World.
Wicked pizzeria at Puerto Saplaya... Too bad it was closed! I was drooling for a bite!
Sci-fi maddness, indeed...
Wicked pink hair and orange skin
The pink-tiled wall of a run-down Old Town building has turned into a platform for urban art... all sorts of creations are found on it. And this was the first "framed street art" that I saw!
Grey, heavy, depressive. Perhaps a metaphorical representation of how big city life can drain energy away.
It's found on the same wall as the upper artwork... Just that the pink tiles have fallen off of this part of that wall.
Looks rather like a bird with fur!
Rough and emotional, like an emblem of run-down city quarters...
A more traditional vision... this one depicts one of Valencia's double turrets
A more slumish street art. The typical graffiti that you can find in run-down city neighbourhoods around the World.
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