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Historic Tram, Porto, Portugal (Watercolor) via Instagram

October 8th, 2019

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Historic Tram, Porto, Portugal (Watercolor) via Instagram

Historic Tram, Porto, Portugal (Watercolor) via Instagram

A historic tram spotted in Praça de Gomes Teixeira, Porto, Portugal, outside the University of Porto.
I love these old trams In Europe. They lend such a historical ambiance to the city while also providing public transportation.

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