Calçada Portuguesa - Portuguese Pavement

You won´t find many places in which even sidewalks are works of art... This is another portuguese architectonical heritage, present not only in most sidewalks and squares of portuguese cities, but also on previous portuguese colonies such as Asia´s gambling capital Macau and on the sidewalks of the world´s most famous beach, Copacabana.
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Beautiful Portuguese cobblestone pavement (Calçada Portuguesa) - Rua Augusta, Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal

Beautiful Portuguese cobblestone pavement (Calçada Portuguesa) - Rua Augusta, Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal, Can you just imagine this as part of a long winding driveway?

Praça Luís de Camões

Praça Luís de Camões - Lisbon visited May On this square is the best Natal and my beginning stop for the yellow trolley.

Copacabana,Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

The Portuguese pavement wave pattern, Copacabana Beach (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

RUAS DE LISBOA COM ALGUMA HISTÓRIA: LARGO DO CHIADO [ I ]

Streets of Lisbon with some story here is the Largo do Chiado - Lisbon - Portugal.

Avenida Liberdade / Liberty Avenue (hand made stone pavement, Calçada Portuguesa), Lisbon - Portugal

Our hotel was right off this street - Avenida Liberdade / Liberty Avenue (hand made stone pavement, Calçada Portuguesa), Lisbon - Portugal

Praça Luis de Camões , Lisboa, #lisbon, #Portugal

Praça Luis de Camões , Lisboa, Portugal - This is where our apartment was. I love Lisbon!

Algarve in Portugal - where Europe comes to an end | by Tom L, Adventurous Travels 16.05.2013 | It's the beautiful weather, amazing beaches with crystal-clear water, excellent food and spectacular views that attracts tourists here. But if you are looking for something else than only lying on the beach, the region can offer many activities at very reasonable prices. There are also many extraordinary places to visit, so you will not be bored.

Adventurous Travels: Algarve in Portugal - where Europe comes to an end

JÁ IMAGINARAM O CALÇADÁO DA PRAIA ASSIM?

JÁ IMAGINARAM O CALÇADÁO DA PRAIA ASSIM?

Na Praça Osório, tapete de mosaico português com desenhos de rosácea paranista (com pinhões nas laterais), baseado no desenho de Lange de Morretes. Foto: Fred Kendi / Gazeta do Povo

Os recortes de pedra que decoram nosso chão são quebra-cabeças que destoam das montagens tradicionais do mundo oriental e refletem a cultura de diferentes épocas da cidade

Na Praça Osório, tapete de mosaico português com desenhos de rosácea paranista (com pinhões nas laterais), baseado no desenho de Lange de Morretes. Foto: Fred Kendi / Gazeta do Povo

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