La Muralla Roja is easily one of the world’s most fantastical pastel buildings. Located in Calpe (a small town on the coastline of Alicante) La Muralla Roja—which translates as ‘the red wall’ in Spanish—is a mystical, geometric apartment block built by acclaimed architect Ricardo Bofill in 1972. With graphic, winding stairways washed in dusty shades of blue, purple, pink and red, it’s near impossible to take a bad photo of La Muralla Roja. Climb up to the rooftop for an unspoilt view of the sea and sky – if you go at the right time of day, you’ll see the blue walls melt into the ocean.
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