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If you want more street and less art.
Do you know Largo das Olarias?
If not, don’t worry. You will!
This little gem of a square only 5 minutes walk down the hill from Tings Lisbon is slowly getting closer to its ‘cozyness potential’ we knew it has when we fell in love with the place 4 years ago. 275 more words
Wind turbines are becoming a most welcome addition to the world’s landscape and skies, and now it appears, an artist’s canvas too.
Last year, two Portugese artists – Joana Vasconcelos, known for adorning the Venice Biennale with tampons and placing a pink feathered helicopter in the Palace of Versailles, and celebrated street artist, Vhils – were commissioned to take on a pair of 100m-high Senvion wind turbines. 186 more words