Valle de Bravo
Valle de Bravo
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In Valle de Bravo real estate agency élan shows another photo of this pool in its brochure. This photo was taken from a different perspective and at an earlier time. But the pool, the tree and the fern can be easily identified:
(élan brochure shows up randomly)
An address is not specified (presumably to protect the privacy of the owner). In Valle de Bravo, almost every house has its own pool. But this pool is obviously hidden under leaves, I couldn't find it on the satellite view. That's why I sent an e-mail to élan. In their response, they confirmed that they were handling this property several years ago.
I hope that this sufficiently proves that this pool is located in Valle de Bravo, Mexico.
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The spreading of this photo in the internet is amazing. It is offered as a wall art and stands as an example of a place of yearning, as an illustration for garden design or pool architecture, as an eye-catcher for spa services. Most of these entries do not specify the location of this pool. However, some entries refer to Galindo Chi Spa at Jason Jiang Hot Spring in Zhengzhou, Henan, China, others refer to the Komanka Resort Ubud Bali. But on the corresponding websites, I couldn't find any evidence for this, although there are some pools that look somehow similar.
Finally I found out:
The architect Manolo Mestre created this small pool on the edge of a hill for a private residence in Valle de Bravo, Mexico. The picture was taken by Tim Street-Porter.
(The pool will be displayed at the bottom of this list
no not maya ubud; the pools don't look the same:
Hotel Maya Ubud. Bali. Indonesia.
Looks like Bali!
Looks like some place in Japan
Possibly Ubud hanging gardens in Bali?