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21 Beautifully Painted Stairs From All Over The World

San Francisco, California

These tiled stairs make a total of 163 steps. Located at 16th Moraga Street in San Francisco, more than 300 neighborhoods conjoined to create the spectacle which results in this absolute beauty.

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Paris, France

Anamorphic stairs by ZAG & SìA

Lima, Peru

Snake of Light by Xomatok

Valparaiso, Chile

You can walk up a flightt of piano-like stairs in Valparaiso, Chile. Oosh! It’s just too bad you can’t play a tune here.

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Indeed, not all art is contained on walls at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. These very fantastically painted steps for a Salvador Dali exhibition in 2005 were a masterpiece in themselves.

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Valparaiso, Chile

Another beautiful display of art in Valparaiso, Chile, details about the houses and the ocean views around this staircase is absolutely stunning.

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Seoul, South Korea

In Seoul, South Korea was erected this amazing flight of steps. The colorful koi fish painted in yellow, red, and orange tones stand out against the very vibrant blue hue of the stairs.

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Wuppertal, Germany

Wuppertal in Germany is the home of this set of 112 steps known as the “Holsteiner Stairs”. With its wide array of shinny colors, its no difference from walking on a rainbow. Also painted on the stairs are collections of powerful German words like, “cause”, “to forgive”, “to laugh” and “innocence” when translated to English phrases.

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Sicily, Italy

Sicily in Italy harbours this historic staircase which was made up of many ceramic tiles in 1608. Images on it are illustrated using thousands of flowers and/or candles. It has served as backdrop for several festivals.

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Details on these steps are insane! Located in Rio de Janeiro, the face looks very life-like and the eyes practically stare straight through you. Yes, you!!

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Beirut, Lebanon

In Beirut, Lebanon is these steps painted in a rainbow colors with the resemblance of piano keys. Existing from time immemorial, there’s almost a kind of rugged beauty about these steps.

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Beirut, Lebanon

Patterned stairs by Dihzahyners

Seoul, South Korea

These beautifully painted flight of stairs aren’t just for shows; walking up leads you to a musical theatre in South Korea. The painting of this woman is greatly astonishing, with contrasting colors of black, white, and bright pink making for an eye catching effect.

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Stairs of Peace in Syria

Oh My God! Syrian students painted this fantastic pattern on the longest staircase in their town using some very vibrant color combinations. Hoping the display would produce joyful feelings in the sight of the locals who were undergoing hardships.

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Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

A Chilean artist painted this world famous staircase. It is called “Escadaria Selaron”.

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Angers, France

Located in France, these steps were part of an amazing origami street art exhibit. Paper creations color the steps in such a stunning and surreal-like manner.

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Istanbul, Turkey

This bright rainbow staircase in Istanbul is nothing short of astounding. It glitters from generation to generation.

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Morlaix, France

You may choose to walk up these steps that double as an amazing piece of art work in Morlaix, France. Even with neutral tones, the painting of the woman is fantastic as it still stands out in a breath taking look.

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Tehran, Iran

This floral stairway in Iran is so simply stunning, with its beautiful floral designs and an elegantly neat layered look.

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Beirut, Lebanon

You can’t just help but smile when looking at these brightly colored steps in Lebanon. You can’t hold that smile.
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Warszawa, Poland

Paint-splattered steps at Zacheta Gallery by Leon Tarasewicz

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