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.
Anamorphic stairs by ZAG & SìA
Snake of Light by Xomatok
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.
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.
Another beautiful display of art in Valparaiso, Chile, details about the houses and the ocean views around this staircase is absolutely stunning.
Seoul, South Korea
In Seoul, South Korea has 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.
Wuppertal in Germany is the home of this set of 112 steps known as the “Holsteiner Stairs”. With its wide array of shiny colors, it’s no different 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.
Sicily in Italy harbors 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 the backdrop for several festivals.
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!!