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Maria Pia Bridge, an iconic iron bridge

By |2020-03-13T23:20:32+00:00December 23rd, 2017|Architecture, Oporto|

Maria Pia Bridge is one of the most iconic if not the most, bridges in the Oporto city.It is a railroad bridge between the city and it's neighbor counterpart Vila Nova de Gaia. Considerered by many as one of the most beautiful bridges in the city, with an image immediately [...]

Arrábida – Uniting Margins and Future

By |2021-01-21T22:14:44+00:00December 10th, 2017|Industrial Heritage|

Arrábida bridge is an impressive and one of the most emblematic architectural examples in Oporto, immediately recognized by anyone in Portugal as one of the key profiles of this city.   Six bridges, this is one of them.   The Project    Since early 40's it had become apparent [...]

Siloauto, iconic car parking silo

By |2021-01-24T16:34:59+00:00November 29th, 2017|Industrial Heritage|

Siloauto, iconic car parking silo The Siloauto, (Alberto José Pessoa and João Abel Bessa, architects, 1964) is a circular, multi-stage, car parking building situated in Oporto downtown, and an iconic building. The building is managed and maintained by the municipal government. [...]

Porto Leixões Cruise Terminal Building

By |2019-01-30T21:38:20+00:00November 29th, 2017|Architecture, Oporto|

Porto Leixões Cruise Terminal is a purpose built terminal for ocean-going passenger ships built by the Port Authority of Douro, Porto, Portugal. The terminal was opened on the 23 July 2015, and it's a landmark in the city. Architect : Luís Pedro Silva The cruise terminal is the largest port [...]

Penha Sanctuary Religion and Style

By |2021-01-24T16:40:14+00:00November 29th, 2017|Industrial Heritage|

Penha Sanctuary Religion and Style Combining views, architecture and religion, the Penha Sanctuary (Guimarães, Portugal) is unique. A project of the portuguese architect José Marques da Silva (18 Oct 1869 – 6 Jun 1947), one of the most important architects of modern architecture in [...]

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