1. Jodhpur, India
This city of Rajasthan, Jodhpur is very popular among foreign travelers. The story behind its color is said to be a blue colored area in some part of this city of Rajasthan’s Thar Desert where the Brahmins of Indian society lived. Since their identity is from far away, this tradition has also progressed and today it has become famous due to the city blue color. This city, which was a symbol of advanced social caste, has become the center of tourist attraction due to its color. It is also said that due to the area being spice markets and many big markets, it was given a blue color so that peace will remain here.
2. City Booth, Tunisia
This city near Tunisia is called Bu Said Nagar. It is said that this city was decorated by a famous resident of the region, a student of Abu Madan. Whereas, a resident of Baron Rodolne de Erlangar is given the credit of giving blue color to this city. He was a French artist who had a passion for painting, the city is blue and white.
Jujjar, a small village in Spain. There is also a story behind the blue color here. It is said about the village of this popular culture that during the shooting of a movie called “The Smurf 3D” it was painted with this color. But later when the production team was asked to apply the color of their choice, the villagers adopted this color. Since then, this city is decorated in this color.
4. Chefchain, Morocco
This Moroccan city is really beautiful. It received this color in 1471. The walls of this city are blue and dotted. Due to this combination of colors, the mountain site looks very beautiful here. Jewish refugees absconding from Spain are said to have taken refuge here and since then the walls here have been painted blue. It is said that in 1471 it was painted completely blue. (Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general information. Hindi does not confirm these. Contact the concerned specialist before implementing them.)