Time for some photographs of Evora, Portugal. We start with some public art and some fountains.
This stone looks like a tortured tree trunk but you can see a face on the right side there. This was in the Praca do Giraldo.
This fountain in Praca do Giraldo.
This morbid sculpture is on the castle grounds across from the University.
Sixteenth century fountain.
Called the Temple of Diana, it was actually dedicated to the Emperor Augustus. Perhaps the best known tourist site in Evora.
A fireplug. You know I have a liking for fire hydrants worldwide.
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