15 Picturesque Village Photos From Around The World

Villages are residential areas which may not be as big as a town, but that doesn’t mean they can not look as good as one. In fact, a large amount of people would agree that some villages look way better than most towns because of their synthesis with nature. People also say life in the villages is much better and healthier. And that is probably true because there would be no air and noise pollution like there is in the big cities.
Have fun checking out our collection of 15 picturesque village photos from around the world and let us know if these images changed your perspective on how villages look and what they actually are compared to the big cities. Would you prefer to live in a busy metropolis or a calm everyday in a village such as the ones in our collection?

Hallstatt, Austria

1

Photographer: Unknown

Bourtange, Groningen, Netherlands

2

Photographer: Jan Koster

Popeye Village, Malta

3

Photographer:  Mosin

A village on the bank of Niger river, Mali

4

Photographer: Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Village hidden behind a mountain in Southern China

5

Photographer:  Christian Ortiz

Hobbiton Village, New Zealand

6

Photographer: Weta Workshop

Riomaggiore, La Spezia, Liguria, Italy

7

Photographer: James Brandon

Mountain Village, Iran

8

Photographer: Mohammadreza Momeni

Sea Side Village in Africa

9

Photographer: Michael Poliza

Gásadalur village, Faroe Islands

10

Photographer: Gareth Codd

Village in Himalayas, Tibet

11

Photographer: Coolbie Re

Bilbury, England

12

Photographer: Charlotte Leaper

Wengen, Switzerland

13

Photographer: Unknown

 

Shirakawa-go, Japan

14

Photographer: Ekaterina Pokrovsky

Göreme, Turkey

15

Photographer: Ollirg

 

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Author: Fidan Jovanov

 

A young enthusiast with a passion for home decor and architecture, I love writing articles that inspire and guide readers in transforming their spaces into stylish, functional, and beautiful environments.

 

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