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Clérigos Tower, Porto, Portugal via Instagram

October 16th, 2019 No comments

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Clérigos Tower, Porto, Portugal

A soaring landmark in the historic district of Porto, Portugal

Clérigos Tower, Porto, Portugal via Instagram

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Clérigos Tower, Porto, Portugal via Instagram

October 11th, 2019 No comments

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Clérigos Tower, Porto, Portugal via Instagram

Clérigos Tower, Porto, Portugal via Instagram

A soaring landmark in the historic district of Porto, Portugal

** We have returned from Porto and I am streaming out our photos over the next few weeks.

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Street Scene, Foz, Porto, Portugal via Instagram

September 26th, 2019 Comments off

Street Scene, Foz, Porto, Portugal

porto-architecture

Walking the old part of the Foz neighborhood I came across many scenes like this.

** We have returned from Porto and I am streaming out our photos over the next few weeks.

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Doorway, Foz, Porto, Portugal via Instagram

September 17th, 2019 Comments off

Doorway, Foz, Porto, Portugal

Doorway, Foz, Porto, Portugal via Instagram

Spotted just outside our suite.

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Detail, Coal-fired range, Byers-Evans House, Denver, Colorado via Instagram

August 15th, 2019 Comments off

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Detail, Coal-fired range, Byers-Evans House, Denver, Colorado

Detail, Coal-fired range, Byers-Evans House, Denver, Colorado via Instagram

An amazing piece of industrial Victoriana. Imagine cooking and baking with this beast!

Wandering about Denver, we happened upon this historical home which also serves as an important women’s history center. 

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Fontana dei Baci 2, Milano, Italia via Instagram

August 1st, 2019 Comments off

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Fontana dei Baci 2, Milano, Italia

Fontana dei Baci 2, Milano, Italia via Instagram

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Fontana dei Baci, Milano, Italia via Instagram

July 31st, 2019 Comments off

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Fontana dei Baci, Milano, Italia

Fontana dei Baci, Milano, Italia via Instagram

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Along the streets of Milano, Italia

July 29th, 2019 Comments off

Along the streets of Milano, Italia

Along the streets of Milano, Italia

I collected many such pictures on our trip to Milan last September and have often done the same on past trips to Italy. They are always so fascinating especially when they give such tantalizing views of what lies beyond. 

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Doorways of Milano

July 22nd, 2019 Comments off

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Doorways of Milano

Doorways of Milano

Who works here? What do they do? Where does this doorway lead?

I found myself asking these questions every time we passed an entry like this. I collected many such pictures on our trip to Milan last September and have often done the same on past trips to Italy. They are always so fascinating especially when they give such tantalizing views of what lies beyond. 

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Omenoni (Big Men), Milan via My Instagram

June 18th, 2019 Comments off

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Omenoni (Big Men), Milan

Omenoni (Big Men), Milan via My Instagram

Spotted one of our many strolls about Milano. This home is quite near La Scala Opera House. Yet another of the amazing scenes from our September 2018 visit. 

Casa degli Omenoni is a historic palace of Milan, northern Italy, located in the eponymous street of Via degli Omenoni (number 3).[1] It was designed by sculptor Leone Leoni for himself; he both lived and worked there. It owes its name to the eight atlantes decorating its facade, termed “omenoni” (“big men” in Milanese), which were sculpted by Antonio Abondio,[1] most probably on a design by Leoni.[2] Lions (a reference to the “Leoni” family)[3] are a recurring theme of its decorations; in particular, a large relief placed under the cornice depicts two lions tearing a satyr into pieces. The overall style of the palace and the decorations have been noted to include several references to the art of Michelangelo.[4] The internal courtyard, modified in 1929 by Piero Portaluppi, has a colonnade with metopes and triglyphs. — Wikipedia

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