In Rome there is a long line of murals by Italian artists Sten and Lex that line both sides of the same street, Via dei Magazzini Generali. On one side, on an orange wall, are portraits of famous people.
On the opposite side of the street is a shorter blue wall with pictures of common people.
below: A Pope
The portraits were made with a combination of stencils and painting.
below: Barak Obama
below: Elvis & others
The one different picture is the panther, a symbol of power, with a woman’s face superimposed on it.
“The Fall of the Gods” can seen on Via Ostiense. It is a 40 metre mural painted in 2015 by Carlos Atoche and Mexican artist Luis Alberto Alvarez. In it, images of ancient Roman statues have fallen and are now underwater.
A low wall in the older part of the city… if I remember correctly it might be on one side of a taxi parking lot? As I was taking pictures, an older man stopped to talk to me about the paintings on the wall. I think that he said that a group of students painted it.
The mural is full of Casablanca scenes such as this image of the Hussan 2 mosque.
below: Typical Moroccan tile work.
below: Curly metal railings and grilles like this can be seen all over Morocco.
below: The Moroccan flag is a green star on a red background.
In Collingwood (Melbourne), on Perry Street, there is large mural painted by Phibs in 2015. A portion of the bottom of it has been tagged over. I only have two photos of it (taken December 2018), each is roughly half of the mural.
On the right side:
and on the left side.
This is a screenshot from google street view (filmed August 2017) which shows the right hand side of the mural as it once was.