Dimas Sequeira's photos


  • Almendres Cromlech.

    Megalithic monument with 95 stones, it dates back to the Neolithic Age, having been achieved between the 6th and the 3rd millennium BC. It was only discovered in 1964. It stands on the countryside of Guadalupe, a civil parish within Évora council.

  • Almendres Cromlech.

    Megalithic monument with 95 stones, it dates back to the Neolithic Age, having been achieved between the 6th and the 3rd millennium BC. It was only discovered in 1964. It stands on the countryside of Guadalupe, a civil parish within Évora council.

  • Almendres Cromlech.

    Megalithic monument with 95 stones, it dates back to the Neolithic Age, having been achieved between the 6th and the 3rd millennium BC. It was only discovered in 1964. It stands on the countryside of Guadalupe, a civil parish within Évora council.


  • Hotel Solar de Monfalim.

    This ancient manor-house became a 2 stars hotel; it stands at Mercy Square, Évora.

  • Church of the Palace of the Dukes of Cadaval.

    At Count of Vila Flor Square, Évora.

  • Strange door!

    Not easy to get in, not safe to get out!... It can be seen inside Évora Cathedral, in front of the access to the Sacred Art Museum.


  • Cloister yard.

    At Évora Cathedral, in the historic centre (UNESCO heritage).

  • Looking down.

    A view from Évora Cathedral's terrace towards Dr. Mário Chico Square.

  • Bells.

    A glimpse over the belfry of Évora's Cathedral, from the towers' terrace.


  • The towers' terrace of Évora Cathedral.

    Standing on top of Évora's historic centre (UNESCO heritage since 1986), it provides a view all around as far as 50 km.

  • Electricity box.

    Spotted at Vasco da Gama Street, Évora. The painting shows local Roman Temple.

  • Electricity box.

    Inspired on Freddy Mercury? Spotted at Valdevinos Street, Évora.


  • Electricity box.

    Spotted at May 1st Square, Évora.

  • Windmill.

    In Saint Anthony Ravelin - a small fortlet on a hill at Castro Marim.

  • Saint Anthony Chapel.

    In Saint Anthony Ravelin - a small fortlet on a hill at Castro Marim.


  • Mural about work on salt pits.

    At Casa do Sal (Salt House), São Gonçalo de Lagos Street, Castro Marim.

  • Castro Marim Castle.

    Inside walls.

  • Then she moved her head...

    She was adopted by the ticket office of Castro Marim Castle and feels at home there. She's very friendly with visitors and climbs to showcases to make easier being cuddled.


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