There is probably no one in the world that wouldn't have tried to create a graffiti, at least on the back side of a public toilet door. While in most places graffiti is an illegal activity some cities are thinking more forward and see it as a manifestation of art, but in some of the places even if it's illegal they keep appearing on the walls and houses as a resistance against some sort of political situation, and after a while they become the part and charm of the city until they are inseparable from the it's personality.
Here are 10 cities that are priding themselves with some of the most original, painful, political messages or colourful graffiti in the world.
10) BELFAST - NORTHERN IRELAND
Belfast has arguably the most political graffiti in Europe perhaps in the whole world. This troubled little big city is home to almost 2000 murals that are reminding the citizens and visitors about the acts of intense violence that were going on in Northern Ireland for three decades. The most well-known is the Peace Wall that was separating Protestants and Catholics apart during the conflict and according to recent agreement some of the walls are going to be taken down in an attempt to unite the city.