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D. Luis I bridge Portugal

It's a 2 deck bridge completed in 1886 by a student of Gustave Eiffel, the bridge’s top deck is now reserved for pedestrians, as well as one of the city’s metro lines; the lower deck bears regular traffic, as well as narrow walkways for those on foot.
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Travel information

Access by car but best viewed on foot
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A decent amount of people

Sunset

07:30 17:10
00:50
41°8'21.2159" N 8°36'33.8327" W

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  • Chris Codelli
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Spot comments (3)

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Thomas Mahnken
Thomas Mahnken 13.01.2019
A very well performed composition, Perfect leading line. One of the best perspectives of this bridge I have seen so far. Chapeau!
Joao Pinheiro
Joao Pinheiro 14.01.2019
Thank you for your kind words. Much appreciated! Better than this (or any other ) image is to go there and enjoy the city. Well worth it (and don't forget your camera...)!!
Thomas Mahnken
Thomas Mahnken 14.01.2019
My camera & I will go there in spring :-)

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Thank you Joao Pinheiro for creating this photo spot.
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