Combining my interests in History and Photography,
I have made some panoramic photographs of portuguese monuments and cities.
panorama is associated to a brief introduction to the monument or site shown.
In some cases, I also added references to other internet pages related to the
The panoramas of Portugal are split into three pages:
Lisbon (Lisboa) is the capital of Portugal, the city
where I was born, where I live and the one I photograph the most. The city unfolds
over multiple hills, offering high viewpoints, numerous belvederes and attractive
Portugal is shaped by the Tagus
river that cuts the country in two. To the south, plains and sparse forest dominate
the landscape. On the inland, population is currently scarce whilst traces of
ancient peoples abound.
The Tagus valley is defined by a
chain of hills and mountains named Montejunto-Estrela; these mountains feature
the typical relief North from Tagus: steeper slopes, thicker forests - especially
pinewood - and denser population.