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    • Xana Marujo

      #Lisbon, #Portugal #streets #cities #europeancities #europe #photography

    • Gente de Ideias, DesignComunicação, Lda.

      ✭ Rua Augusta, Lisbon, Portugal Visit Lisbon Today: http://lisbon4night.com

    • Ashleigh Johnson

      Lisbon, Portugal - the buildings were so beautiful and street art was fantastic. The night life was fantastic went to Luxe and a series of underground doorway clubs when visiting at the weekends. Walking through Lisbon one early Saturday morning admiring the beautiful architecture. The stunning moldings and craftsmanship on the balconies and doors. I'll forever miss colours, tiles and cobblestone roads of Portugal

    • Leandra Wagner

      ✭ Rua Augusta, Lisbon, Portugal travel study break destination?

    • Clara Clarendon

      Lisbon, Portugal. Beautiful Places Throughout Europe

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