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[ Ribeira ]
[ Ribeira ]
  • Author: Marcos Jerlich Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-10-23 15:32:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'20"N - 8°36'33"W
  • Ribeira is one of the oldest places (first peoples at the beginning of the 13th century) and typical of the city of Porto, in Portugal. Located in the parish of São Nicolau, next to the Douro River, it is part of the Historic Center of Porto, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is currently an area very frequented by tourists and a place of concentration of bars and restaurants. (trip to Portugal - december 2019) * I'm grateful for visit, favs and comments of my photo.
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Estação de São Bento, Porto
Estação de São Bento, Porto
  • Author: ernstkers Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 1994-01-01 00:00:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'44"N - 8°36'37"W
  • Part of the hall of the São Bento station in the centre of Porto.
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Hotel Tegelinho
Porto
Porto
  • Author: AdjaFong Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-06-12 12:18:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'17"N - 8°36'33"W
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Capela das Almas
Capela das Almas
  • Author: Yuri Rapoport Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-24 12:20:19
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'59"N - 8°36'20"W
  • Capela das Almas (Chapel of the Souls), Porto. Built in the 18th century in the Neoclassical style, the church is famous for azulejo tiled façade and a bell tower. More than 16,000 tiles were used to represent religious scenes from the lives of Saint Catherine and Saint Francis of Assisi. World-famous for its port wine, Porto is the second largest city in Portugal (after Lisbon). A small Celtic settlement on the Douro River south bank, it became an important trading post under the Romans. The town was called Portus Cale, and later Portucale, which is the origin of the name Portugal. The Visigoths took possession of the site in 540 and lasted until 716 when the Moors established their rule. Almost four centuries later, in 1092, Porto was brought back under Christian domination. In 1387, John I of Portugal and his future wife, Philippa of Lancaster, chose Porto as a setting for their wedding which would mark the beginning of long-standing alliance between Portugal and England. In the 14th and the 15th centuries the importance of Porto grew as its shipyards contributed to the emergence of the Portuguese fleet. Henry the Navigator was born here and it was from Porto that he set sail to explore the western areas of Africa. This journey marked the beginning of the Age of Discoveries and eventually laid the foundation for the Portuguese Empire. The city flourished from the overseas trade, with many fine buildings, churches and palaces built. With the old town well preserved, Porto is a major tourist destination [May 24, 2018].
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Capela das Almas
Capela das Almas
  • Author: Yuri Rapoport Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-24 12:20:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'59"N - 8°36'20"W
  • Capela das Almas (Chapel of the Souls), Porto. Built in the 18th century in the Neoclassical style, the church is famous for azulejo tiled façade and a bell tower. More than 16,000 tiles were used to represent religious scenes from the lives of Saint Catherine and Saint Francis of Assisi. World-famous for its port wine, Porto is the second largest city in Portugal (after Lisbon). A small Celtic settlement on the Douro River south bank, it became an important trading post under the Romans. The town was called Portus Cale, and later Portucale, which is the origin of the name Portugal. The Visigoths took possession of the site in 540 and lasted until 716 when the Moors established their rule. Almost four centuries later, in 1092, Porto was brought back under Christian domination. In 1387, John I of Portugal and his future wife, Philippa of Lancaster, chose Porto as a setting for their wedding which would mark the beginning of long-standing alliance between Portugal and England. In the 14th and the 15th centuries the importance of Porto grew as its shipyards contributed to the emergence of the Portuguese fleet. Henry the Navigator was born here and it was from Porto that he set sail to explore the western areas of Africa. This journey marked the beginning of the Age of Discoveries and eventually laid the foundation for the Portuguese Empire. The city flourished from the overseas trade, with many fine buildings, churches and palaces built. With the old town well preserved, Porto is a major tourist destination [May 24, 2018].
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Capela das Almas
Capela das Almas
  • Author: Yuri Rapoport Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-24 12:19:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'59"N - 8°36'20"W
  • Capela das Almas (Chapel of the Souls), Porto. Built in the 18th century in the Neoclassical style, the church is famous for azulejo tiled façade and a bell tower. More than 16,000 tiles were used to represent religious scenes from the lives of Saint Catherine and Saint Francis of Assisi. World-famous for its port wine, Porto is the second largest city in Portugal (after Lisbon). A small Celtic settlement on the Douro River south bank, it became an important trading post under the Romans. The town was called Portus Cale, and later Portucale, which is the origin of the name Portugal. The Visigoths took possession of the site in 540 and lasted until 716 when the Moors established their rule. Almost four centuries later, in 1092, Porto was brought back under Christian domination. In 1387, John I of Portugal and his future wife, Philippa of Lancaster, chose Porto as a setting for their wedding which would mark the beginning of long-standing alliance between Portugal and England. In the 14th and the 15th centuries the importance of Porto grew as its shipyards contributed to the emergence of the Portuguese fleet. Henry the Navigator was born here and it was from Porto that he set sail to explore the western areas of Africa. This journey marked the beginning of the Age of Discoveries and eventually laid the foundation for the Portuguese Empire. The city flourished from the overseas trade, with many fine buildings, churches and palaces built. With the old town well preserved, Porto is a major tourist destination [May 24, 2018].
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Rua de Santa Catarina
Rua de Santa Catarina
  • Author: Yuri Rapoport Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-24 12:17:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'55"N - 8°36'22"W
  • Rua de Santa Catarina, Porto, between Rua Formosa and Rua de Fernandes Tomas. World-famous for its port wine, Porto is the second largest city in Portugal (after Lisbon). A small Celtic settlement on the Douro River south bank, it became an important trading post under the Romans. The town was called Portus Cale, and later Portucale, which is the origin of the name Portugal. The Visigoths took possession of the site in 540 and lasted until 716 when the Moors established their rule. Almost four centuries later, in 1092, Porto was brought back under Christian domination. In 1387, John I of Portugal and his future wife, Philippa of Lancaster, chose Porto as a setting for their wedding which would mark the beginning of long-standing alliance between Portugal and England. In the 14th and the 15th centuries the importance of Porto grew as its shipyards contributed to the emergence of the Portuguese fleet. Henry the Navigator was born here and it was from Porto that he set sail to explore the western areas of Africa. This journey marked the beginning of the Age of Discoveries and eventually laid the foundation for the Portuguese Empire. The city flourished from the overseas trade, with many fine buildings, churches and palaces built. With the old town well preserved, Porto is a major tourist destination [May 24, 2018].
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Rua de Santa Catarina
Rua de Santa Catarina
  • Author: Yuri Rapoport Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-24 12:16:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'53"N - 8°36'22"W
  • Rua de Santa Catarina, Porto, at its intersection with Rua Formosa. World-famous for its port wine, Porto is the second largest city in Portugal (after Lisbon). A small Celtic settlement on the Douro River south bank, it became an important trading post under the Romans. The town was called Portus Cale, and later Portucale, which is the origin of the name Portugal. The Visigoths took possession of the site in 540 and lasted until 716 when the Moors established their rule. Almost four centuries later, in 1092, Porto was brought back under Christian domination. In 1387, John I of Portugal and his future wife, Philippa of Lancaster, chose Porto as a setting for their wedding which would mark the beginning of long-standing alliance between Portugal and England. In the 14th and the 15th centuries the importance of Porto grew as its shipyards contributed to the emergence of the Portuguese fleet. Henry the Navigator was born here and it was from Porto that he set sail to explore the western areas of Africa. This journey marked the beginning of the Age of Discoveries and eventually laid the foundation for the Portuguese Empire. The city flourished from the overseas trade, with many fine buildings, churches and palaces built. With the old town well preserved, Porto is a major tourist destination [May 24, 2018].
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Rua de Santa Catarina
Rua de Santa Catarina
  • Author: Yuri Rapoport Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-24 12:15:56
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'53"N - 8°36'22"W
  • Rua de Santa Catarina, Porto, at its intersection with Rua Formosa. World-famous for its port wine, Porto is the second largest city in Portugal (after Lisbon). A small Celtic settlement on the Douro River south bank, it became an important trading post under the Romans. The town was called Portus Cale, and later Portucale, which is the origin of the name Portugal. The Visigoths took possession of the site in 540 and lasted until 716 when the Moors established their rule. Almost four centuries later, in 1092, Porto was brought back under Christian domination. In 1387, John I of Portugal and his future wife, Philippa of Lancaster, chose Porto as a setting for their wedding which would mark the beginning of long-standing alliance between Portugal and England. In the 14th and the 15th centuries the importance of Porto grew as its shipyards contributed to the emergence of the Portuguese fleet. Henry the Navigator was born here and it was from Porto that he set sail to explore the western areas of Africa. This journey marked the beginning of the Age of Discoveries and eventually laid the foundation for the Portuguese Empire. The city flourished from the overseas trade, with many fine buildings, churches and palaces built. With the old town well preserved, Porto is a major tourist destination [May 24, 2018].
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Capela das Almas
Capela das Almas
  • Author: Yuri Rapoport Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-05-24 12:20:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'59"N - 8°36'20"W
  • Capela das Almas (Chapel of the Souls), Porto. Built in the 18th century in the Neoclassical style, the church is famous for azulejo tiled façade and a bell tower. More than 16,000 tiles were used to represent religious scenes from the lives of Saint Catherine and Saint Francis of Assisi. World-famous for its port wine, Porto is the second largest city in Portugal (after Lisbon). A small Celtic settlement on the Douro River south bank, it became an important trading post under the Romans. The town was called Portus Cale, and later Portucale, which is the origin of the name Portugal. The Visigoths took possession of the site in 540 and lasted until 716 when the Moors established their rule. Almost four centuries later, in 1092, Porto was brought back under Christian domination. In 1387, John I of Portugal and his future wife, Philippa of Lancaster, chose Porto as a setting for their wedding which would mark the beginning of long-standing alliance between Portugal and England. In the 14th and the 15th centuries the importance of Porto grew as its shipyards contributed to the emergence of the Portuguese fleet. Henry the Navigator was born here and it was from Porto that he set sail to explore the western areas of Africa. This journey marked the beginning of the Age of Discoveries and eventually laid the foundation for the Portuguese Empire. The city flourished from the overseas trade, with many fine buildings, churches and palaces built. With the old town well preserved, Porto is a major tourist destination [May 24, 2018].
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  • Author: alex_garmash Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-10-08 14:47:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'23"N - 8°36'34"W
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  • Author: alex_garmash Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-10-08 14:46:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'23"N - 8°36'34"W
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  • Author: alex_garmash Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-10-08 14:38:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'17"N - 8°36'33"W
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  • Author: alex_garmash Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-10-09 14:49:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'45"N - 8°36'47"W
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  • Author: alex_garmash Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-10-08 18:27:27
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 41°8'25"N - 8°36'42"W
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