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MOSAIC STAIRCASE, RIO: Many of us talk about labors of love, but Jorge Selarón has been tirelessly decorating the St Teresa staircase in the Lapa neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for over 20 years. This massive living artwork, which is now known as Escadaria Selarón, or Selaron’s stiarcase, is 125 meters high and includes colorful tiles from all over the world.

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Rainbow street art steps in Beirut, Lebanon. Stone & Living - Immobilier de prestige - Résidentiel & Investissement // Stone & Living - Prestige estate agency - Residential & Investment www.stoneandliving.com

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Butchart Gardens in Victoria, Canada, B.C. - Truly heaven on earth

View of Selaron's Stairs (Escadaria Selarón), a colorful mosaic tile stairway, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 12 February 2012. World-famous staircase, mostly covered by vibrant yellow, green and blue tiles (inspired by the colors of the Brazilian flag), is the masterpiece of Chilean-born artist Jorge Selarón who considers it as a personal tribute to the Brazilian people.

View of Selaron's Stairs (Escadaria Selarón), a colorful mosaic tile stairway, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 12 February 2012. World-famous staircase, mostly covered by vibrant yellow, green and blue tiles (inspired by the colors of the Brazilian flag), is the masterpiece of Chilean-born artist Jorge Selarón who considers it as a personal tribute to the Brazilian people.

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Black ad white staircase design, black and white paint colors

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