Nothing is ever just black and white and that applies to everything, including with families. Beauty can be found everywhere across the globe, as seen in these diverse groups of people with the common bond of family. Take a look at these beautiful families around the world.
People speak highly of Amsterdam. Those who move there from other places with families say it’s fantastic for kids and there is a strong family culture. You can see that in effect in this picture.
Levittown, New York
Some father-daughter bonding going on in her room. New York is fast paced and people are always making moves so for this dad to be wearing a button up shirt with the tie indicates that yes, he is a working man in a big city. The daughter is enjoying anytime she gets with her old man.
In this portrait, you see a father with a guitar and the child with a ukulele in their hands. In France, the family is a critical part of the culture. You will often see mother, child, and father interacting together in the street. In America, that usually isn’t the case.
An older gentleman pictured with what might be his mother or grandmother is seen here posing in front of stone walls. Giovinazzo is a nice medieval village by the Adriatic Sea. The seafront here is gorgeous and many of the homes resemble this stone wall setup.
This city happens to be the capital of Poland. Over here, the family is the center of the social structure. The family is put first and people draw a line between outsiders and those in their family. And it’s not limited to blood relatives, close friends make the list as family and make up a person’s network.
It looks like the gang’s all here in this portrait! The leading edge of the global contemporary art scene is in Berlin. So we would be remiss to say that no one in this photo is drawn to the arts. Who knows, the youngest one can be the next Michaelangelo.
Colorado is where the mountains meet the desert with acres upon acres of open land to explore. The locals are super friendly for the most part but if you don’t respect their mountain culture, they will have little time for you.
Bari happens to be the capital of Puglia, the heel of the Italian “boot”. If you are looking for high-quality food then this is the place to go. In Bali, divorce rarely happens. It is more common to see widows than to come across the divorced.
This portrait portrays a nice warm dining room with great decor. With child in hand and a photograph of a woman on the table (presumably no longer with us), it looks like they are big on family here and being close with one another.
Jaipur, India contains friendly and nice people all over. They boast colorful outfits and culture driven jewelry. As you can see, even in debris, they are smiling and appear to be happy to be there. Their culture is a big part of their lives and they represent it beautifully.
Le Landeron, Switzerland
This is a very scenic portrait of a family enjoying the great outdoors of this wonderful place. This is a medieval town and was built around large trees. Plenty of market sales take place annually where antiques and such are sold. An amazing place to visit.
Up until the ’70s, this town was dedicated to agriculture. Once the construction of an industrial area happened, it quickly became a staple in the region. The families are close to each other as any other place you can think of because of the humble beginnings.
New Delhi, India
The capital of India is New Delhi. It is known for their traditional and modern lifestyles making a perfect blend. There is much diversity over there making it very colorful and a stimulating place to live. The people here always cheerful and treat their guests with respect always.
Fort Lee, New Jersey
Fort Lee, New Jersey has a population of 36,251 people. The median income is $70,415. If you can guess from this picture, the female population is higher than the male by a nice margin. But it is an older community here with the median age being 45.
Nice is the fifth largest city in France. There is a bit of a carefree lifestyle over there with Italian influences as well. The rich history of the region brings in a distinct culture, making for a great stay if you were to visit. It sounds like families aren’t held back by society and are authentic to themselves.
Nyack, New York
Nyack is an artistic hub and has been for a long time now with many great artists calling it home. So it wouldn’t be surprising for families to incorporate arts into their everyday lives while keeping a busy schedule. The way this bedroom is coordinated indicates that fully.
Italy, in general, is heavy in the arts so Rome is no different. Rome is also highly regarded as the fashion capital of the world so these parents are probably trying to implement that to their child, that would explain the tears! Overall, the family is an important part of the Italian culture.
San Giorgio, Italy
Continuing the theme of family being an important part of the culture in Italy, San Giorgio is really involved with cuisines as well. With 16,500 inhabitants, you can pretty much bank on good food and close families if you plan on visiting. Bring your appetite and your kindness.
Village Of Najam, India
Much like all of the other Indian locations, this Village is heavily involved in their culture. As you can see above, they are sporting threads specific to their culture and they are fully embracing it. India just might be one of the friendliest places to be.
You can go through all of India but Jodhpur most likely contains the most hospitable people around. They tend to wear beautiful multihued costumes. This is another place that infuses a lot of their culture around the city so if you ever visit, you can expect to experience a culture shock.