‘Owl Eyes’ by street artist Bordalo II (Artur Bordalo) decorates a wall in Central Portugal’s city of Covilhã. Made of recycled metal, it’s a fantastic creation. Above the head, there’s a tiny walkway for a cat that we watched slink home at dusk. ‘I develop ideas with end-of-life material,’ says Artur.
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Clothed in mist, Porto’s Arrábida Bridge spans the Duoro River. The wonderful region of Centro de Portugal is artistic, scenic and very friendly. If you have a head for heights, you can also scale the arch of the Arrábida Bridge with a guide and get a unique view from this national monument.
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Where is Sabine? Oh, of course, just look for a spot where the sun shines and you'll find her ☀️ Throwback to February 2017, during the Festas of Amiais de Baixo. Me catching some rays after a long winter in Holland.
Welcome summer! Hope you will give me a lot more little sun-enjoying moments!
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Time for another beautiful piece of Portugal. 😍
Coimbra, one of my favorite cities in Portugal. Here you can find the oldest university in Portugal. A city where you have good food (I definitely recommend @passeite_taberna, with Dutch-Portuguese owners), nice architecture, great shops, places for endless walks, and amazing views ( I can enjoy those views for hours 🤗!) Have you ever been in Coimbra?
Castelo Novo is one of Portugal's historical villages, perfectly envolved in an aura of mystery. Pay attention, breathe and enjoy. [Photo by @tiagomiguelbraz] #CantSkipPortugal#VisitPortugal#Portugal#Fundao#CentreofPortugal
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In Sítio, an old village atop a cliff overlooking Nazaré #Portugal. @visitportugal@centerofportugal
I met Carolina who was selling nuts and dry fruits outside the Capela de Memoria, a commemorative chapel dedicated to Virgin Mary. She is wearing the typical dress of the Sítio women - big, round, short skirts with several layers of petticoats underneath. Nazaré is a fishing village, and in the old days, fish-wives would wait on the beach for fishermen to sail home. To keep themselves warm, they would wear several petticoats and fold the layers around their backs and legs. The traditional seven layers of petticoat represent the seven colours of the rainbow or the days of the week. Even today, the older and more traditional women still wear these short skirts.
Incidentally, opposite the chapel there's a stone memorial that honours Vasco da Gama, who stopped here before leaving Europe for India.