Lisbon (1): A bird’s-eye view

Andrei Stavilă's Photography

The trip to Lisbon in the second half of September this year offered some good opportunities for shooting. The first post will show some bird’s-eye views. Now the first three photos are shot from the viewpoint of St. Peter of Alcantara (Miradouro de São Pedro de Alcântara), which is situated on the São Roque hill (one of the seven – or eight, according to some opinions – hills of Lisbon). The first photo shows the Tagus River (Rio Tajo), together with the 18th-century baroque-style Catholic Church of Santo António and parts of the Mouraria and Alfama  city districts on the hill of São Jorge.


In the next photo you have the same hill named São Jorge, but this time you can see more of the Mouraria neighborhood and, of course, the São Jorge Castle.


Below, once again Mouraria, and on the top of the hill you can see…

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