The winding streets, authentic stone houses and fresh colors, and exquisite architecture definitely refresh your whole being to the point of flying.
The town of Arachat was established in the mid-seventeenth century by Greek immigrants; these buildings look like the same as the ordinary Mediterranean style but in fact they are also slightly different from other places where the walls are lined with typical closed balcony windows and niches.
The most eye-catching thing here is still the garden-like street environment here; if blue and white is refreshing and charming then those climbing on the wall, delicate and bright trillium in bloom tantalize visitors' hearts.
Those tables and chairs placed neatly on the streets are covered with brightly colored cloth, making them look like they've been transported directly from a Mediterranean village. The balconies and arches are also painted in red, yellow and pink--as if you have walked into a talking world full of color.
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