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IN Travel & Adventure ON 03 Oct, 2016
If you think your town is superb and unique, make sure you check out some others before coming to any conclusion. There are small towns that have absolutely no roads to travel and also the ones that have more cats than people in the town.
So keep your seatbelts on because you might just want to relocate to one of these towns.
The most attractive part of this town is that it is located entirely underground. Yes, you heard that right. The citizens tend to do almost anything to beat the scalding heat during summers.
One can find galleries, hotels, churches, and homes, but all underground. The town till date remains a great tourist destination.
If you consider yourself a cat person, this is the town where you belong. You could find all your furry friends more in number than humans. Cats outnumber humans in a ratio of 6:1.
Cats were brought into this town in fishermen's boats due to a mice plague. As it turns out, the cats decided to stay back even after the plague and multiplied. The cats have remained permanent residents of this town since the Second World War.
You would probably find it very difficult to find ways through this town, but that's because the citizens would like to keep the town that way. The citizens have kept the town devoid of any directions or signs.
This town lacks any kind of housing, electricity or water. It is inhabited by campers who travel around in their vans and hence, they are called as 'slabbers'.
This small town in the Netherlands has no roads to travel, only noiseless boats. It is also known as the 'Venice of the Netherlands'.
The town only consists of canals and they use noiseless engine boats.
This is probably the only rock-friendly town in the world. The rocks and boulders form the basic structure of this town and it looks absolutely fabulous.
Instead of moving out the boulders, the locals decided to use them as an architectural asset. They let the boulders be floors, roofs, and even walls.
This beautiful heritage-filled town is not just another wonderland, but it is only painted in glorious shades of blue all over.
The color and design of the town had been given by Jewish refugees in 1930 and it has stayed that way since then.
If you're a fan of the rainbow, this town is gonna fit you perfectly. Long ago, fishermen painted their houses with bright colors so that it could be located even in the dense fog.
The citizens of the town need special permissions from the government if they need to re-paint their house.
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