Why I love Portugal #238

temple of diana

Because you can see things like this without fighting the crowds in Rome — or, in fact, any crowds at all. First century Roman temple, anyone?

Note: Bowing to internal family pressure (“You need to post your photos in a bigger format where people can see them!”), I have finally created a Flickr account. If you’d like to see the above photo in a much larger size, click the image.

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About Fletcher DeLancey

Socialist heathen and Mac-using author of the Chronicles of Alsea, who enjoys pondering science, politics, well-honed satire (though sarcastic humor can work, too) and all things geeky.
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3 Responses to Why I love Portugal #238

  1. M. says:

    I envy. Romans didn’t want to conquer our part of Europe, so no Temples of Diana around 😦

  2. Ana_ñ says:

    You have chosen well the subject to start a photo album. Congratulations!

    >You need to post your photos in a bigger format where people can see them!
    I agree with your family, it was almost impossible to see those tiny Portuguese dishes

  3. Fátima Santos says:

    Indeed! it’s quite a roman heritage symbol out of Rome.

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