Burano 1/13 by Tripoto
Swagatika Sarangi
Bright and pretty color everywhere!
Swagatika Sarangi
(Remember going through Instagram and looking at pictures of colorful houses? That’s Burano!)
,After an hour or so we cruised towards Burano , a small fishing village famous for its laces and old churches . We went around the quiet little place and beautiful lavender blossoms which made the place look so beautifully violet .
Crossing the bridge we reached to the beautiful small island of Burano. Burano is a lovely island which has very colourful facades in all the houses. It was like a completely different world there. Small cananls with smooth water and boats on it gave it a picturesque look. The beauty of that place is really difficult to capture in photos. Such was the ambiance of Murano.
The next stop on the Venetian Island tour is colorful Burano. The archipelago is actually made up of four islands linked by bridges. The island's main signature is its assortment of brightly colored houses which gives the island a "Caribbean" feel minus the palm trees. Seriously, one would find it difficult having a gloomy mood if they lived on this island... even on rainy days.
Valerie Fidan
Just a short ride from Venice lays a multi-colored town, Burano, the lesser known town as most people go to Murano to visit the colored glass makers. Burano is a sleepy town filled with multi colored buildings and worth a walk around.
Tommy May
Burano is famous for its vivid Primarily colors painted on houses and handmade lace. Houses painted in the past in different colors in order to be able that distinguish them from each other and, According To legends, also because by fishermen returning home from fishing to be able to use them without a problem of trafić.Malowaniem usually dealt with his wife, often adorning the door further geometric motifs (unless you were just busy knitting lace). Residents of Burano are extremely friendly - no doubt it some extent because they were always only rely on themselves and to a lesser extent today live from tourism than the islanders from other parts of the lagoon. For the sake of the local specifics also regularly deny requests for permission is build on Burano hotels. In the maze of local streets, you can find a nice little yard. Colorful houses, flowered balconies and courtyards, all this makes you lose contact with reality at times and time. The town seems like a fairy tale. Authentic lace from Burano Needle cost a fortune - you have to remember, however, that the the women, each of Which Specializes in a different type of stitch, the execution of a single tablecloth takes up to three years. Growing trees here is the pin. Pine with his broad, umbrella-crown regarded as characteristic tree of the Mediterranean countries and Creates a picturesque groves, shaping the landscape. Since antiquity, was also planted along the streets for Their shading. In contrast is the other species of pine trees, pine trees are not very sensitive to wind. Steady wind from one direction deforms the crown, Causing it to draw one-sided. Time on the island extremely quickly passes. It is not known when the sun sets behind the horizon. Therefore It remains only to return to Venice.