Corniglia town in the Cinque Terre Italy has many beautiful sights to behold, including this one depicted in the photograph. The water touches the cliffs, your eyes stroll up, and there it sits, Corniglia. The quaint little village lined along the mountain as more mountain rises behind them. The vibrant blue sky adds to the colors of the beautiful village Corniglia in Cinque Terre.
As you can see, all the houses of Corniglia have different colors. Indeed each is having its character, which is what makes the villages so unique. This village is the oldest of all five in Cinque Terre. Easy to overlook with the other four villages, since it is a common misconception that it contains no beaches. There is an arduous staircase to the top of the hill. Well, that is quite a hike, but worth it to take.
Furthermore, it is believed by many that Corniglia was probably a colony of slaves who took on the name Corenila, from the slaveholder who gave them their freedom.
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