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Where is this place?

Could be just a painting or a real place..I don't know,but would like to travel there.
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It's Manarola, one of the villages of the Cinque Terre in Italy, although they've oversaturated the colors of the buildings (or maybe they repainted the whole town ).

It's an incredible place, with walking trails along the cliff face connecting the five villages.

Same town, different angle, taken in '09:
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Wow..thanks,I love this forum!
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Wow, what a wonderful place.
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FM, another PTSBID.
And the exits coming up fast!

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Wow, what a wonderful place.
I was just thinking that.
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Sometimes I wish I were on the east coast...
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Sometimes I wish I were on the east coast...
. . . then you wouldn't have the Pacific at your disposal.

But one has to say - that's pretty.
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I think that was in a movie I saw with the kids a few years ago.
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