Thursday, May 21, 2009

Riverside II

Old anchors.

A memorial related to the conquer of Ceuta (city in Morroco), by the portuguese in 1415. The fleet sailed from Porto. Porto is also the birth place of the Prince Henry the Navigator.

An old shipyard. There's a brigde on the horizont. That's the Arrábida's brigde. It connects Porto (on the left side) to Gaia (on the right side).

Some ancient tram cars. Nowadays, they are used mostly by tourists.

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