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Century House, Tuscany, Italy photo via theworld. Isn't it amazing how some homes get more beautiful with age and some just fall down.

*Idk where this is, but I love the mix and match of bright colors!

The green house in the Le Plateau borough of Montreal, Quebec, Canada! photo by Martin-Montreal in Pictures

Tuscan Cottage | Flickr

Tuscan Cottage ~ Maybe adding some rustic stones to corner edges would make the exterior stucco not so bland

Angolo caratteristico,  Pitigliano, Tuscana

Oh for this to be my stairway someday. Stairway, Pitigliano, Tuscany, Italy photo via osage

The Washhouses of Pontrieux in Brittany, France - inspiring picture on Joyzz.com

The Washhouses of Pontrieux in Brittany, France (by Yann Le Biannic). If I lived on that river I would have a boat full of flowers too.

provence, france

Provence Stairs- Provence, France

Provence steps Provence Stairs- Provence, France Photos of Europe: Fine Art Photographs by Dennis Barloga

Lot Quercy, France.I want to go see this place one day.Please check out my website thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

Saint-Cirq-Lapopie, Lot, Midi-Pyrénées, France (It is a member of the Les Plus Beaux Villages de France ["The most beautiful villages of France"] association)

Gypsy Purple home...... "Montisi, Tuscany - Italy." That patio and those red flowers remind me of the one in "Under the Tuscan Sun".

Gypsy Purple home...... "Montisi, Tuscany - Italy." That patio and those red flowers remind me of the one in "Under the Tuscan Sun".

Windows And Doors, Portal, Gate

Venice, Italy

Discover our list of 7 best places in Italy? Check out these seven gorgeous Italian cities you must visit before you die. From Venice, Milan to Rome.

The ancient & historic Hatfield House was home to the young Queen Elizabeth I. It was at Hatfield House that Elizabeth received news of her proclamation as Queen & first received her newly appointed council. Much of the old house is gone, and the newer parts have long been the home to the Earls of Salisbury since the begining of the 17th century. The gates are to keep dogs from going upstairs.

The ancient & historic Hatfield House was home to the young Queen Elizabeth I. Much of the old house is gone, and the newer parts have long been the home to the Earls of Salisbury since the beginning of the century

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