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Portuguese travel posters by Rui Ricardo

Portuguese travel posters by Rui Ricardo - via Creative Roots Blog - Art and design inspiration from around the world. | Check out these awesome Portuguese travel posters by local illustrator Rui Ricardo. His posters are vintage inspired and showcase some of Portugal’s icons, such as the vintage Lisboa tram, the narrow buildings of Porto and the Arco da porta nova in Braga.

Palácio conde do Raio em Braga

10 Products Made in Portugal You Should Check Out!

10 Products "Made in Portugal" You Should Check Out! | Via HubPages Are you planning on visiting Portugal and wondering what you should take back home or try when there? Or maybe you have Portuguese roots and you're curious about the kind of products that are made in Portugal.

Braga

The Castle of Dona Chica (Portuguese: Castelo da Dona Chica) is a Neo-romantic castle and/or residence located in the civil parish of Palmeira, municipality of Braga, in the northern region of Portugal. Originally designed by Ernest Korrodi, the project suffered from a lack of funds early, eventually changing hands and falling into the possession of creditors.

Windows of the Church of the Carmelite Order, Porto, Portugal

Apartamento Em Braga by Correia/Ragazzi Arquitectos

Portuguese travel posters by Rui Ricardo

Portuguese travel posters by Rui Ricardo - via Creative Roots Blog - Art and design inspiration from around the world. | Check out these awesome Portuguese travel posters by local illustrator Rui Ricardo. His posters are vintage inspired and showcase some of Portugal’s icons, such as the vintage Lisboa tram, the narrow buildings of Porto and the Arco da porta nova in Braga.

Portuguese travel posters by Rui Ricardo

Portuguese travel posters by Rui Ricardo - via Creative Roots Blog - Art and design inspiration from around the world. | Check out these awesome Portuguese travel posters by local illustrator Rui Ricardo. His posters are vintage inspired and showcase some of Portugal’s icons, such as the vintage Lisboa tram, the narrow buildings of Porto and the Arco da porta nova in Braga.

Architecture by Eduardo Souto de Moura, a Portuguese architect