As street art has been growing a traditional and authentic as well as popular form of art, even something as usual and ordinary as outside steps. The art can be transformed into a piece of splendid artwork.
From charming flower stair in sunny Sicily to an astounding staircase in a bookstore in Portugal, permit us to take you on a pragmatic voyage.
However, we have a collection of some unique art-culture steps to you. Here are Those 20 Impossible Stairs Painting Found Around The World. Just watch it and plan to visit the places to enjoy them.
1. Rakoczi Stairs, Targu Mures, Romania
Rakoczi staircase became well known in the entire world because its 70 steps which connect Strada Revolutiei means Revolution Street to the Park of the Mediaeval Fortress, has been described in a unique way.
The staircase in Targu Mures was designed with Transylvanian folkloric motives in July 2014. Not only the Romanian tourists but also over the world tourist visit the stairs every year.
It became one of the most cherished touristic attractions of the city of Targu Mures.
2. Saint Nicholas Stairs, Beirut, Lebanon
The Saint Nicolas Stairs is located between Saint Nicholas Church in Rue Sursock and Rue Gouraud-Gemmayze in Ashrafiyeh in Beirut, Lebanon.
Its vicinity to the Sursock Museum and the Orthodox Archbishopric of Beirut in Rue Sursock, select the 125 steps and the 500 meters compass of the staircase a very attractive destination for visitors visiting Beirut.
Since 1973, the stairs have been accepted as an open-air art demonstration place that occurs twice every year.
It is the largest staircase in the Middle East. The approved and most known name of the stairs is L’Escalier de Saint-Nicolas.
3. Salvador Dalí on the Rocky Steps, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Salvador Dalí on the Rocky Steps is situated in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Philadelphia Museum of Art is the artistic heart of a magnificent city.
The city is famous for creative play, with a wonder around every corner. It generates the painting of the legendary artist Salvador Dali with its obvious mustaches. The stair was named after Salvador Dalí.
He began painting when he was just a kid. Dalí painted one of his earliest known works, Landscape of Figueres, in 1910 when he was about 6 years old.
The oil-on-postcard work represents a scene in his Catalonia hometown and now hangs in the Salvador Dalí Museum in St. Petersburg, Florida.
4. Steps in Morlaix, northwestern France
Morlaix is also known as Ville de Bretagne. It is a seaport city. The Finistere department, Brittany region, western France are located on the Dossen fiord, a tidal gulf of the English Channel, northeast of Brest. Except for those seaports, the Morlaix Steps is also attractive for the tourist.
5. Musical Theatre steps, Seoul, South Korea
Stairs of the musical theatre in Seoul in South Korea is one of the beautiful stairs in the world.
The stairs are recognized as one of the most attractive outdoor staircases in the world. On the steps, there is the portrait of a ‘geisha’, a typical oriental woman, who dresses the traditional kimono.
6. Flower steps in Caltagirone, Sicily, Italy
The Santa Maria del Monte staircase is one of the most prominent touristic fascinations of the little town of Caltagirone.
The steps are designed with blue flowery themes. This stair is, without a dilemma, one of the most astonishing staircases in the world.
7. Moranga Steps, San Francisco, California
In the 16th Avenue in San Francisco, there is a beautiful staircase designed by 163 steps completely covered with multicolored mosaics.
This step is an original work of art and it is recognized as one of the most impressive staircases in the world.
8. Pencil Steps, Poznan, Poland
Staircase of pencils is an excellent art staire in Poland. A staircase designed with colorful and entertaining pencils will welcome you during your vacation to the town of Noriaki in Poland.
9. Steps to Peace, Syria
The so-called ‘stairs of the peace ‘ in Syria is not only the artwork of street art but also it is a representation of the correlation between various peoples, flags, customs, and nations.
10. Steps in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The ‘Selaron steps’ in Brazil. You can not say that you have toured Rio de Janeiro if you do not have viewed the great Selaron staircase.
It was created by the Chilean artist Selarón who gave the name to the stair, the Selaron step has quickly become one of the most significant symbols of Rio de Janerio.
In extension to the great steps of ‘Selaron’, Rio is full of various works of street art and picturesque stairways. This one with the art of man is one of the most prominent staircases of the town.
11. Fish Stairs, Naksan Park, Seoul, South Korea
The Fish Stair is one of the colorful, unique and entertaining. The steps have become one of the significant touristic temptations of South Korea and it’s one of the most influential staircases of the world.
12. Piano Stairs, Valparaiso, Chile
Valparaiso, a multiethnic and multicultural city, which is regarded as one of the foremost artistic and beautiful center of Chile. The marvelous steps, painted like a piano, is one of the most remarkable works of road art of the town.
13. Rainbow Steps, Istanbul, Turkey
The Rainbob step is one of the most colorful as well as unique and exciting art in the city of Instanbul. The steps have become one of the notable touristic attractions of Turkey and it is one of the most prominent staircases of the world as well.
14. Steps in Angers, France
Staircase of anger is an outstanding art stair in France. The staircase is designed with colorful and charming papers that will welcome you during your vacation to the country of France.
15. Steps in Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois
The Art Institute of Chicago which is founded in 1879 and it is located in Chicago’s Grant Park. It is one of the most traditional and most extensive art museums in the United States.
It is recognized for its curatorial forces and reputation among visitors. Here you can see a step that is designed by the local institute of Chicago.
16. Albertina Museum steps, Vienna, Austria
The Albertina is a museum of Vienna in Austria. It is one of the most extensive and most influential print rooms in the world with about 65,000 drawings and nearly 1 million old master prints, as well as more contemporary graphic crafts, photographs, and architectural illustrations. ven the step is also decorated by the art of rabbit.
17. Cat Steps, Mellieha, Malta
The Cat step is one of the most interesting as well as bizarre and mysterious art in the city of Mellieha.
The steps have become one of the distinguished touristic appeals of Malta and it is one of the most notable staircases of the world as well.
18. Quinta da Regaleira steps, Sintra, Portugal
The Initiation Well of Quinta da Regaleira is one of those areas that has gently flowed into public awareness, entertaining our creativity. The well, and indeed, all of Quinta da Regaleira, is half in the original, and half in an imaged world.
Through intelligent architecture, tapping into a multitude of mystical beliefs during the time, and several separate cultures, the place has maintained to conjure up an atmosphere of enchantment.
19. Rose Steps in Teheran, Iran
We definitely love these rose tiles placed in the city of Tehran in Iran. The architect is undiscovered, but the steps are really awesome to look.
20. Xenofon Street, Bucharest, Romania
Even though the street is not a ‘touristic’ monument of the city it is unquestionably a must-see. It composes a beautiful walkway into one of the most arresting neighborhoods of the town. You cannot leave Bucharest without experimenting with your photographic experiences here.