Olga Plish

Olga Plish

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Warsaw, Poland / Traveller & dreamer
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The capital of Spain’s Andalusia region, Seville blends modernity and history as easily as its famed flamenco dancers tap their feet: from its Old Town (the third-largest in Europe) to its world-renowned tapas scene. Seville is pretty enough to be in pictures—and it is, now that Game of Thrones has made the city a central shot location for its fifth and subsequent seasons. Several locations in Andalusia got screen time, but the crown jewel of them all is the Alcázar of Seville (pictured)…

The capital of Spain’s Andalusia region, Seville blends modernity and history as easily as its famed flamenco dancers tap their feet: from…

Giverny is a small village on the border of Normandy most famous for being the site of Claude Monet's cherished riverside house and garden, both of which are open to the public today. The pastel pink house is pretty as a picture, with spring green shutters and ivy crawling up every surface. And the gardens are like an impressionist painting come to life, with water lilies, weeping willows, wisterias, and the famous green Japanese bridge.

Giverny is a small village on the border of Normandy most famous for being the site of Claude Monet's cherished riverside house and garden, both of which are open to the public today

Perhaps nowhere in northwestern Brittany is quite as breathtaking as the Côte de Granit Rose (or the Pink Granite Coast), a coastline dotted with spectacular granite rock formations. The geology ranges from massive rose gold boulders to eroded pink sand, all contrasted beautifully against the gray foam of the sea.

Brittany - Côte de Granit Rose (or the Pink Granite Coast), a coastline dotted with spectacular granite rock formations. The geology ranges from massive rose gold boulders to eroded pink sand, all contrasted beautifully against the gray foam of the sea.

The famous Gardens of Marqueyssac make up one of the most stunning landscapes in France—and the world. The 150,000 bubbly boxwood trees and hedges wrap around a seventeenth-century chateau that overlooks the Dordogne valley. The entire vista looks like an illustration from a Perrault fairytale.

Research shows that this friendly color can get our imaginations flowing and make us more inventive, which might partly explain why humans often take inspiration from nature.