Incredible Cliff Cities of the World

Weather.com highlights amazing cliff cities around the world, where residents enjoy picturesque views that are unbeatable. With their houses propped precariously high on towering cliffs, they live in towns that display the perfect marriage of impressive architecture and spectacular works of nature. Some of these impressive cities include:

1. Manarola, Italy: the oldest and smallest village in Cinque Terre, a cluster of five historic villages on the Italian Riviera. It’s known for its pastel-colored houses that climb the side of a black cliff.

2. Rocamadour, Dordogne Valley, France: Tourists flock to this medieval village to take in the spectacular sights of churches, gates, houses and buildings built on the edge of the cliff.

3.Castellfollit de la Roca, Girona, Spain: The old town features houses made from volcanic rock, narrow streets, and squares. The Renaissance-style San Salvador church stands in one end of the cliff and features a square clock tower and domed roof.

4.Bonifacio, Corsica, France: Visitors will see the impressive sight of houses and buildings that look as if they’re growing straight out of the white, ocean-sculpted limestone cliffs towering about 250 feet over the sea.

5.Ronda, Malaga, Spain: Famously known as the birthplace of bullfighting, this city is also a major tourist attraction because of its postcard-worthy cliff-side views. Ronda is set in a mountainous area about 750 meters above mean sea level, with the Guadalevin River running through it and dividing into two.

Manarola, Italy
Manarola, Italy

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