Staying in the Algarve

These rooves are very different from the ones I have shared over the past two days, they are though only a short distance from the others. They are in Olhão as are these paintings by a early 20th century Portuguese artists Roberto Nobre. If you want to learn more about Olhão’s  unusual roofscape – Terra Cubista – visit a Portuguese post I wrote a few months ago.Artist - Roberto Nobre

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    • Oh I’m so glad you had time to visit the other post. It is a fascinating town, however a tad unkempt and certainly unfashionable so not everyone loves it as much as we do. Think that’s a good thing though!

      Loving your Indian Ocean roofs. They are wonderful. I’ve made a note to myself to come back and read all the other posts in a few weeks when I can give them the time and attention they deserve.

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