Incredible cities built on cliffs (22 photos)

  • Drou

    it would be nice saying where is each photo taken. i suspect some of them are in italy (but where exactly)

  • mirou

    I know a nice place like in photos n11, 12, 13 and 14, it’s called Constantine and it’s in Algeria

  • georgeanna

    nr 14,15,16 it’s part of “cinque terre” in north western Italy

  • Israfel

    Any chance of putting the names of the places with the photos?

  • damn

    If all your friends were building houses on a cliff would you do it too?

  • LOL

    That puts a whole new spin on “Throw the baby out with the bath water.” 😮 🙂

  • Rob

    Photos 3, 4, 5 and 6 it’s in corsica, i know it because is where i come from hihi

  • Rob

    oh i forgot the 22

  • Alberto

    Number 1 , 2 , 19 , 20 and 21 Cuenca (Spain)

  • top dog

    Some of these shots are breath taking, but if you take a wrong step out the back door and it’s lights out. !!SPLATT!!!

    • HellHathNoFury

      And to think that in most of those places, drinking hard liquor with every meal is expected. That’s why the mob came over here, they weren’t needed for population control over there anymore.

  • Mika

    I think the 11-12-13-14 are Ronda in Spain. But i can make a mistake

  • n1ghtstalker

    And here you have arrived at your waterfront hotel for the next two weeks… course if you want to go for a swim its like 2000 steps down that way! Screw it I will just swim in the bath!

  • vitorla

    1-2: Cuenca, Spain
    3-6: Bonifacio, France
    7-10: Castellfollit de la roca, Spain
    11-15: Ronda, Spain
    16-18: Manarola, Italy
    19-21: Cuenca, Spain
    22: Bonifacio, France

  • tommybhoy

    the bridge in #14 wouldnt loo out of place in the Lord of the Rings

  • tommybhoy

    the bridge in #14 wouldnt look out of place in the Lord of the Rings

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