The town of Weilheim in southern Germany repainted their square into a replica of a painting by Vassily Kandinsky.
Apparently, Kandinsky painted an abstract piece inspired by the square in 1909.
"The idea came from a local architect who read about a Kandinsky work
being auctioned at Sotheby’s, in London. The abstract painting called
"Weilheim Marienplatz",painted by Vassily Kandinsky in 1909, shows rows
of houses on the Marienplatz." (source)