Lisbon Street Art

Walking or riding, Lisbon is attractive. They have gone well beyond graffiti to create pieces of public modern art. The fox, below, faces a main thoroughfare along the river and guards a derelict building. You can see through the window that the roof is gone and timbers are falling in.

Lisboa Fox
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Fox Guards a Derelict Building
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The LX Factory is a repurposed abandoned manufacturing area with arts and crafts boutiques and has a great Sunday Market.

Bee at LX Factory
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LX Factory’s Birdman
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LX Factory’s Madonna
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Magi – LX Factory
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Women Facing Cristo Rei at LX Factory
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Riding around the city you discover more eclectic art installations

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Rua Manuel de Jesus Coelho
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The City even creates artistic spaces and it is a pleasure to use their sidewalks:

Lisbon is known for their tile work
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Rua Augusta Pedestrian Mall
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Rua Augusta Pedestrian Mall
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Some art is practical by nature:

WC near Castelo Sao Jorge
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