South America

South America wall murals by Photowall are the ideal tool if you want culture and nature all at once in your interior design. A romantic, bustling and diverse continent, it is known fRead moreor fantastic scenery, contrasting cuisines and incredible music stemming from a healthy mixture of influences. Our collection of South America wall murals possesses the modern allure of metropoles such as the Brazilian capital, Sao Paulo, but also the ancient charm of sights like the mystique of Machu Picchu. Contrasting colour, various styles and unique designs are just some of the ingredients we have added to make this assortment of South America wall mural the cream of the crop. The fourth largest continent in size and the fifth largest when we consider population, it is made up of 12 countries which are Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela. South America wall murals are also home to the second longest river in the world after the Nile, the Amazon, as well as the second highest of the world's Seven Summits after Mount Everest, Aconcagua in Argentina. South America wall murals will delight, please and inform you, your family, friends and anyone who sets eyes on these gorgeous views.

The appeal of South America wall murals

Brazil might have the highest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites but Peru, in second place with 12 such sites, has perhaps the most known and famous. Pretty much the crown jewel of cultural landmarks in South America is undoubtedly the sublime and "Lost City" of Machu Picchu. Sitting high up top in the mountains, this archeological wonder never fails to amaze visitors who come from around the globe to admire the timeless beauty and jaw-dropping vistas, as you will also see in South America wall murals. With its giant walls, terraces and ramps, it is truly a sight to behold. Check out the South America wall mural named "Machu Picchu" and be awestruck at how it can change the entire appearance of your room, giving it more depth and dimension, but also beauty and character.

Biggest piece of the puzzle

Aside from being the largest, Brazil is also one of the most historically rich lands in the South of America, evident in that they have 21 World Heritage Sites. The first Europeans to settle in this location were the Portuguese who founded the first settlement in 1532. Brazil continued to expand through wars and battles until the Portuguese royal family escaped from Napoleon and fled to Brazil in 1807. These various influences can be felt in all aspects of the Brazilian culture, and thus in South America wall murals as well. Although the king, Dom Joao VI, returned to Portugal in 1821, his son remained in Brazil and became emperor of the country and eventually independence in 1822. Then in 1889, Deodoro Da Fonseca led a coup to take over the government from the emperor and changed it to a republic ruled by a constitution. Today, Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world!

Cultural staple in South America wall murals

Bogota is Colombia’s capital city with approximately 8 million people. A once cosmopolitan center of sophistication has, throughout recent decades, become an epicenter of business, politics and entertainment. Its privileged location and national airport make it a highly accessible and a convenient "jump-off point" for other destinations throughout the country. Perhaps you can even spot it in South America wall murals like "Bogota Colombia City Map". Bogota's nickname is derived from the fact that it is host to so many libraries and universities. South America wall murals such as "Bogota Colombia Skyline" showcase iconic buildings like Palacio Arzobispal or Rosario University. With various hues and tones to choose from, these South America wall murals are a versatile and useful tool when adjusting the visual weight to match, or contrast with your existing interior design or colour schemes.
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